Papers and presentations


We are in the process of receiving and processing all papers from the 11th ELIA Biennial. If your paper is not yet there, please contact us.


Symposia


1. Upheavals in the landscape of Higher Arts Education in Europe


Frans van Vught:
U-map and U-multirank: Two new transparency tools


2. Artistic research in Europe 2010: A necessary dialogue of users and stakeholders


Klaas Tindemans:
The document as performance

Kerstin Mey
It takes two to tango

Timothy Emlyn Jones
Art research as creative process

 

5. Emergent social media and new educational initiatives


Laurence Ridell and Lynda Devenney:
New learning spaces

Hyunjung Bae
The wikiest link: Intentionally informal use of SNS for post class discussion

 

6. HEARTH - Regeneration of cities and the role of art schools

Kevin Henry:
Craftivism: reconnecting art and design education through the social act of making

Petr Oslzly
The function of theatres and theatre schools in creating the human dimension of the city

7. Writing the story: narrative trails in academic writing


Franziska Nyfenegger
Becoming friends with the ABC

Maziar Raein et al.
Narrative trails in academic writing


Discipline sessions


Architecture

Johan Verbeke and Adam Jakimowicz
Designing a prime

Fine Art and Curating


Sissel Lillebostad
The daily practice of imagining things differently

Rob Flint and Lucy Renton
The Curriculum is Out There
presentation

Isidro López-Aparicio
Mapping and naming Oriental Sahara
Paradoxia, created by ILA (presentation of Paradox)

Design


Andrew Kulman:
Authorial practices in graphic art education

Music


Henrik Frisk:
Time and reciprocity in improvisation

Gérard Pape:
A “polyagogic” approach to the use of the computer in music pedagogy


Film and New Media


Andrea Braidt
Why feminist film theory should matter to art students

Per Zetterfalk
Seven remarks on artistic research

Tim Middleton
Where's the timetable? making space and the dissolution of discipline boundaries
presentation

International Relations

Philip Courtenay
Move photons not people



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