2022 NAfME National Conference Call for Proposals

 


Call for Proposals: Submit your proposal now (below) for music research (SRME) and teacher education (SMTE), PreK-12, or music program leader sessions. Submission deadline: February 15

 

The 2022 NAfME National Conference is the premier national event fostering and facilitating collaboration between music education practitioners, researchers, and program leaders across the spectrum of PreK-12 and higher education. The 2022 conference combines the best of three traditional signature NAfME events: the NAfME Biennial Music Research and Teacher Education Conference, the NAfME National PreK-12 Conference, and the NAfME All-National Honor Ensembles.

The theme of the 2022 NAfME Conference is NAfME is ME!. NAfME is Music Education, a vibrant diverse community of music educators. NAfME is ME is the unique, valuable contributions, perspectives, and participation that all NAfME members embody every day at the local, state, and national level.


Mark your calendar! We look forward to seeing you at the 2022 conference at the Gaylord National Resort & Convention Center in National Harbor, Maryland, near Washington, DC. Registration will open in April.


Schedule Overview:

  • November 3-6: All-National Honor Ensembles, final concerts November 5-6
  • November 2-3: Music Program Leaders Forum
  • November 3: Emerging Leaders Forum
  • November 3: Additional pre-conference, TBA
  • November 3-5: 2022 NAfME National Conference
    • Keynote/plenary sessions, featured sessions, and hundreds of peer-reviewed presentation and poster sessions through NAfME’s call for proposals (see below)
  • Young Composers Concert which will feature the winners of the 2022 NAfME Composition Competitions (date TBA)


2022 NAfME National Conference Call for Proposals

The 2022 NAfME National Conference Organizing Committee encourages proposals across all components of the conference that:

  • Support and advance diversity, equity, inclusion and access (DEIA) at all levels in the field of music education
  • Foster interaction and interdisciplinary connections across NAfME’s vibrant network of communities, affiliates, councils, and societies
  • Facilitate diverse types of collaboration between music education researchers and PreK-12 practitioners

 

Submit Your Session Proposal

The 2022 NAfME National Conference offers the following options for submitting proposals. Click on the links below for more information about the three types of submissions.

 

Important Dates that Apply for All Proposal Submissions:

  • December 13 – NAfME announces the call for proposals and application guidelines
  • January 7 – Call for proposals online platform for submissions opens for all proposal types
  • February 15 – Submission deadline for all proposal types
  • April 30 – Acceptance notices for submissions go out


2022 NAfME National Conference
Organizing Committee

  • SRME
    • Wendy Sims – SRME Co-Chair for the 2022 NAfME National Conference; SRME Executive Committee
    • Beatriz Ilari – SRME Co-Chair for the 2022 NAfME National Conference; SRME Executive Committee
    • Carlos Abril – Chair, SRME Executive Committee
  • SMTE
    • David Rickels – Chair, SMTE Executive Committee
    • Sean Powell – Chair-Elect, SMTE Executive Committee
    • Jay Dorfman – SMTE Executive Committee; SMTE Communications Chair
  • Mackie Spradley – President, NAfME
  • Scott Sheehan – President-elect, NAfME
  • Michael Stone – Chair, NAfME Council of Music Program Leaders
  • Annamarie Bollino – Chair-elect, NAfME Council of Music Program Leaders
  • Judy Bush – NAfME Professional Development Committee Tri-Chair; NAfME North Central Division President
  • Rob Lyda – NAfME Professional Development Committee member; Chair, NAfME Council for General Music Education
  • Chris Baumgartner – NAfME Professional Development Committee member; Co-chair, NAfME Mentoring Project
  • Rob Deemer – NAfME Professional Development Committee Member; Chair, NAfME Council for Music Composition
  • Johnathan Hamiel – NAfME Equity Committee member, NAfME Professional Development Committee member