Drama Education Forum (Drama Education for All Students) of Shanghai Theatre Academy is successfully held

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On 3 December, the Drama Education Forum (Drama Education for All Students) of Shanghai Theatre Academy was held in the STA Experimental Theatre. With the theme of drama education for all students, this forum was organized by the Department of Dramatic Literature and the Comprehensive Art Teaching and Research Base, and supported by the International Theatre Institute (ITI). Tobias Biancone, director-general of ITI, Huang Changyong, president of Shanghai Theatre Academy (STA), and Wang Su, member of the National Committee of the Chinese People's Political Consultative Conference, delivered speeches at the opening ceremony, and WU Weimin, Professor of Yunnan Arts University, delivered a keynote speech. The opening ceremony of the forum was presided over by Shen Liang, director of the Academic Affairs Office and dean of the Graduate School of STA, with the active participation of professors and experts from many universities in Shanghai, principals and teachers of primary and secondary schools, as well as teachers and students of STA.

The forum was conducted in an online and offline combined way, and showed the achievements of demonstrative dramas of various kinds in drama education for all students. The exchange and discussion session in the afternoon was chaired by Professor Sun Huizhu of the Shanghai Theatre Academy. Teachers of colleges and universities and principals and teachers of primary and secondary schools talked about the present and future of drama education for all students, and raised questions and engaged in dialogues on the subject set-up, curriculum construction and teachers development of drama education in the respective schools, as well as on the achievements and challenges of aesthetic education and drama education in primary and middle schools and tertiary institutions, and jointly discussed the future development direction of drama education for all students.