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In light of the latest COVID restrictions, the ASME Conference Organising Committee have made the difficult decision to move the 2021 Conference to a fully virtual, online experience. This is the safest approach for the well-being of the delegates, speakers, sponsors and exhibitors. The Conference will still be held over three days, incorporating a comprehensive program that will appeal to all attendees. By offering the Conference in a virtual format this will broaden the learning opportunities and engagement within the industry.

Thank you for your understanding and support in this trying time. We feel the virtual approach will allow attendees to partake in an interactive and engaging experience through a dynamic online conference platform. 

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Details of some past conferences may be viewed below:

2019 – James Cuskelly OAM and Debbie O’Shea. The Friends School, Hobart. Conference flyer 2019

2018 – Rob McWilliams, Davina McClure, Antony Hubmayer, TSO Education Program – Building the Future, Scotch Oakburn College, Launceston Conference Flyer 2018

2017 State Conference,The Friends’ School Hobart. Keynote presentations from Mat Nobel, Heather Monro and Musical Futures Conference Flier 2017Program 2017

2016 State Conference. Scotch Oakburn College. Keynotes Stephen Leek and Deb Smith.  Download Conference Flier 2016 Conference Program

2015 State Conference. The Friends’ School Hobart. Keynotes: Professor Gary McPherson and Susie Davies-Splitter. Download Program

2014 Keynote: Dr Bradley Merrick. Venue: Launceston College. Download Program

2013 Elizabeth College, Hobart.

2012 Elizabeth College, Hobart.

2011 Keynote: Dr Bill Baker. Venue: Scotch Oakburn College.

2009  NATIONAL CONFERENCE. Keynotes: Professor Jackie Wiggins; Professor Margaret Barrett; Professor Craig Kirkhoff; Professor Susan Hallam. National Conference Musical Understanding. Venue: Hotel Grand Chancellor, Launceston.

2008 Keynote: Mandy Stefanakis. Venue: University of Tasmania, Faculty of Education. Launceston.

2007 Keynote: Mary Brake. Venue: University of Tasmania, Faculty of Education. Launceston.

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