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Register now for the 8th ELIA Leadership Symposium!

10 May 2017

29 November-1 December 2017
Poznan, Poland 
Early bird Registration Deadline: 31 July 2017

We are thrilled to announce that the registration is now open for the 8th ELIA Leadership Symposium, focusing on Heritage / Transition / Values

The Leadership Symposium brings together influential leaders from Higher Arts Education Institutions and Universities across the globe for a timely exchange and discussion on current issues in leadership.

During the three-day event you will explore different facets of heritage, discuss the role of higher arts education institutions in times of transition and re-examine the value systems on which art schools are based. By sharing your experiences, doubts and hopes with peers, you will delve into new discourses and investigate possible future solutions. 

The symposium will take place 29 November – 1 December 2017 and is hosted by the University of Arts in Poznan.  

Expect inspirational keynotes, powerful discussions, enriching mobile visits, networking opportunities and many activities to experience the local cultural scene. Take a look at the Full Programme here.

Join the critical debate and register now!
You can register here.
The Early Bird Deadline for ELIA Members is 31 July 2017. Read more about the fees and registration deadlines here.
For more on the Theme, Programme, Practical Information and the Hosts, please visit www.elialeadershipsymposium.org 
Should you have any questions, contact ELIA Conference Manager, Janja Ferenc at janja.ferenc[at]elia-artschools.org.


Beulingstraat 8
1017BA Amsterdam
The Netherlands

Phone nr. +31(0)20 330 1116
Email: info@elia-artschools.org

Office hours:
Monday - Friday from 09.30 - 17.30

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