Australian and New Zealand Association for Research in Music Education

(ANZARME)

(formerly the Australian Association for Research in Music Education [AARME] and before that, the Association of Music Education Lecturers [AMEL])

GENERAL INFORMATION


The Australian and New Zealand Association for Research in Music Education (ANZARME) was established at the Annual General Meeting in 2007 of its precursor, the Australian Association for Research in Music Education (AARME). In turn, AARME was established at the Annual General Meeting, held in Wollongong in August 1995, of its precursor, the Assocation of Music Education Lecturers (AMEL). The Association of Music Education Lecturers was established in 1977.


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ANZARME Young Researchers Conference

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ABN 60 517 692 473

 ANZARME 2014 call for Papers

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 President's Letter 2014

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2014 Student Scholarship Form

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The objectives of the ANZARME shall be:
  • to promote communication between music education researchers and music educators;
  • to contribute to the further development of music education research and music education;
  • to encourage community support for music education research and music education;
  • to bring to public attention issues vital to music education research and music education;
  • to organise an annual conference; and
  • to issue an annual publication of articles drawn principally from papers presented at the annual ANZARME conference.