OTEA Conference

OREGON THEATRE EDUCATORS ASSOCIATION presents

2019 OTEA Professional Development Conference

Continuing the Conversation: Advocacy, EDI, and Networking

Friday and Saturday, October 11-12, 2019 – Newport OR

CLICK HERE TO REGISTER!

Who: OTEA – theatre educators from around Oregon

What: A day-long conference including discussions, workshop sessions, and social/networking opportunities!

Where: Hallmark Resort Hotel, Newport OR

When: Friday, October 11, 9:30 A.M. to 4:00 P.M. (with special evening activities!), and Saturday, October 12, 9:00 to 11:00 A.M.

Why: This is Oregon’s only statewide professional development focused solely on theatre education.

How Much: $65 for OTEA Members; $75 for Non-Members

Our goal is our work together be both rejuvenating and worthy of your time and energy. In your survey topic responses, we heard two needs, loud and clear:

1. Continue our work in EDI (Equity,Diversity and Inclusion) and Advocacy on a school/troupe/state level.

2. Time to cover curricula, troupe & show resources and strategies, through networking.

Both needs will be covered during our time together for Professional Development.

Registration Info:

$65 for CURRENT OTEA members (If you are an EdTA member, you are an OTEA member.)

$75 for non-Members

Membership in OTEA is automatic with membership in the Educational Theatre Association (EdTA). There are several ways to become and EdTA Member, whether as Troupe Director of a Thespian Troupe, or without any affiliation or participation in Thespians. Visit schooltheatre.org for more information.

Lodging Info:

Call 541-265-2600 to reserve your room in the Oregon Theatre Educators Conference.

Rooms run $129-179 (plus tax). The discounted OTEA rate is only available through 9/18.

Group rate to apply Oct. 8-16.

https://www.hallmarkinns.com/newport/?gmp

Please note: Dog owners – yes, you can bring your furry friend. Sadly, they are not permitted to stay in-room without you and we respectfully request they not be at the workshop (we need to be sensitive to allergies, etc). Last year, dog owners did a great job of co-oping with spouses and partners to give the pups a great day on the beach. Thank you for understanding!

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