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Early-Bird Registration Deadline:
1 May 2015

Final Online Registration Deadline:
8 June 2015

 

Join the conference ECONOMIES OF AESTHETICS- FROM POSSIBLE TO DESIRABLE taking place in Basel, Switzerland, 18-20 June 2015.


The FHNW Academy of Art and Design, in partnership with ELIA, opens its doors to the conference ECONOMIES OF AESTHETICS. Held in the cultural city of Basel during Art Basel and Design Miami/Basel, the conference ECONOMIES OF AESTHETICS will create a platform for informed discussions between experts from the fields of contemporary aesthetic practices, higher arts education, economy, social sciences and philosophy.

As a delegate of an ELIA member institution or artist, you are welcome to join ECONOMIES OF AESTHETICS, be part of this debate, visit Art Basel and return home with new knowledge, new ideas and new contacts with colleagues from around the world. Also PhD students are welcome to participate. 

Programme


Take a look at the programme to discover all that ECONOMIES OF AESTHETICS, From Possible to Desirable has to offer and join us in Basel, Switzerland. In due course more detailed information about the speakers, presenters and presentations will be presented.
 

Fees

Fee Amount
Early-Bird ELIA Members Fee (Deadline 1 May 2015) € 295
ELIA Regular Members Fee € 395
Non-Members Fee € 750
   
The fee covers participation in all presentations and debates, one apero riche, two lunches, one dinner, a visit to Art Basel and access to social and cultural events. Your invoice and confirmation will be sent by e-mail within two weeks after your registration.
Please refer to the event Cancellation Policy, for further clarifications on our Terms & Conditions.


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