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SHARE Conference Aarhus:
Programme Highlights - Workshops on EU Funding Applications and Consortium Building
Registration Closes 9 June!



Full Programme available online!


SHARE, in collaboration with the Aarhus School of Architecture, organises the SHARE Conference Aarhus to be held in Aarhus, Denmark from 20-21 June 2014.

Visit the SHARE Conference Aarhus Registration Page for more information and to register now. The deadline to register is 9 June.

Programme Highlights: Workshops on EU Funding Applications and Consortium Building, Horizon 2020 & More
The programme features two days of keynote speeches, presentations of doctoral research and workshops covering such topics as Horizon 2020; Research Assessment and Quality Criteria; Supervisors Training; and discipline specific sessions breaking out along the themes of the conference.

Through the workshops delegates will have access to experts in the field of EU funding and applications writing - particularly in regards to Horizon 2020. The workshops at SHARE Aarhus will address delegates of all levels of experience with EU funding and offer an excellent networking forum to find application partners.

Are you new to EU funding applications and looking for guidance? Come to learn the basics from the bottom up and obtain the information and resources you need to get started.

Do you have experience with funding and want to improve the quality of your applications? Come to discuss the opportunities presented by Horizon 2020 in detail and discover new methods for optimizing your applications.


Artistic Research Across the Fine Arts
SHARE Aarhus seeks to bring together artistic researchers, spatial practitioners, architects, urbanists, planners, designers, artists of all disciplines, musicians, composers, performers, activists, community organisers and city-dwellers to consider the question of the contemporary city as a site of enquiry, debate and political and professional contestation.
 
In this fourth conference of the SHARE network, dialogue on artistic research education moves further into the question of the key research themes emerging across all arts (architecture, design, visual arts, performing arts, media arts…).


To view the full programme visit the SHARE Conference Aarhus website.

Questions? Contact ELIA Deputy Director Schelte van Ruiten at schelte.van.ruiten@elia-artschools.org 
 

 

 

SHARE Advocacy Toolkit
Now Available for Download

The SHARE Advocacy Toolkit is a set of brief documents, available in the English and French language, that provides an easy-to-use online tool, supporting higher arts education institutes in their advocacy work, including briefing national and European policymakers, as well as updating academics and authorities on relevant developments. The toolkit is one of the outcomes of the SHARE Academic Network 2010 - 2013. It is best used in conjunction with the SHARE Handbook for Artistic Research Education.

The Share Advocacy Toolkit and additional resources can be found on the SHARE webpage.

For further information contact ELIA Deputy Director Schelte van Ruiten at schelte.van.ruiten@elia-artschools.org 
 

 

 

13th ELIA Biennial Conference
LOCATION/AESTHETICS
Glasgow 13-15 November 2014

Register Early-bird Now to Save 100 euro


Peruse the fully interactive Biennial Conference Registration Brochure to discover all that the LOCATION/AESTHETICS programme has to offer.

Register now to meet the early-bird deadline (30 June) and save 100 euro on registration fees! 

The European League of Institutes of the Arts (ELIA) is pleased to announce that online registration has opened for the 13th ELIA Biennial Conference, hosted by the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland and The Glasgow School of Art in the vibrant and cosmopolitan city of Glasgow.

The ELIA Biennial Conference is the largest conference on higher arts education worldwide, drawing an audience of approximately 500 directors, artists, teachers and thinkers. 

THEME: LOCATION/AESTHETICS
This year’s conference theme focuses on the relationship between the creative and the city and the dynamic interplay between place, culture, creativity and the artist.  Recognising that the arts are both the most local and the most international of activities - proud of their traditions and identity, but at their most exciting when they break down barriers and cross borders, LOCATION/AESTHETICS will explore the cultural, social and economic role that creative individuals and institutions play in creating and transforming a city, regional or national identity and place in the world.

Four sub-themes have been identified to address more specific issues:
» 
IDENTITY/DIVERSITY
» REGIONALISM/GLOBALISM
» HOMECOMING/NOMADISM
» ECONOMY/CULTURE


For further information visit www.eliabiennial.com or contact Interim ELIA Conference Manager Marte Brinkman at marte.brinkman@elia-artschools.org 
       
 

 

 


Call for Venue: 15th ELIA Biennial Conference and General Assembly 2018


ELIA will organise its 15th Biennial Conference in 2018 and is calling upon its members to nominate a venue.

The deadline for nominations is 1 December 2014.


ELIA is currently preparing the 13th Biennial Conference that will take place in Glasgow 10-12 November 2014, hosted by the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland and the Glasgow School of Art.

The ELIA Board will decide in September 2014 whether the 14th Biennial Conference will take place in Firenze, Italy or Poznan, Poland.

To improve the preparation process and facilitate the hosts in raising funds, ELIA has anticipated the publication of the next edition of the 15th ELIA Biennial Conference.


The ELIA Biennial Conference is usually organised in autumn and attracts roughly 500 delegates, representing more than 40 countries, giving the host institute(s) a unique opportunity to present themselves to Higher Art Education Institutions and Universities  from all over the world. The host institute’s students and teachers are encouraged to be involved in the development of the conference. 

For further information on hosting and details on how to submit a nomination for your city please read the full Call for Venue: 15th ELIA Biennial Conference and General Assembly 2018
 

 

 


ELIA Stands with the Balkans and Glasgow


From everyone at ELIA, our deepest sympathies go out to the victims of the recent severe flooding in the Balkans, particularly the staff and students of our member institutions throughout the region. During this difficult time, ELIA also sends our thoughts to The Glasgow School of Art for the fire that has affected the historic and beloved Charles Rennie Mackintosh building.

The University of Banja Luka in Bosnia and Herzegovina is now accepting financial and material assistance on behalf of the wider community in the area. For more information on how to help please visit their website at www.unibl.org/en or email flooddisaster@unibl.rs

The Glasgow School of Art has established the Mackintosh Building Fire Fund for those wishing to give financial and material assistance.

Please note that the 13th ELIA Biennial 2014, hosted by The Glasgow School of Art and The Royal Conservatoire Scotland, will continue as planned. 
 

 

 

New ELIA Publication
Artfutures: Working with Contradictions
in Higher Arts Education 


Artfutures: Working with Contradictions in Higher Arts Education is now available to download in digital form or to order in hardcopy on the Art Futures Publication webpage.

Artfutures: Working with Contradictions in Higher Arts brings together leading arts practitioners, educators and thinkers - among them Yoko OnoFrédéric Martel, Peter Weibel, and Douglas Couplandthat are key players in the current cultural paradigm because they are actively creating the future cultural landscape. They come from across 14 countries and a variety of disciplines to address the most pressing issues in higher arts education from the perspective of those operating within the field.  

Hardcopies can be ordered at the cost of shipping by sending a mailing address to ELIA Office Manager Johan Deeder at johan.deeder@elia-artschools.org

For further information and supplementary video material visit the ArtFutures Publication webpage or contact ELIA Communications Officer Jessica Maxwell at jessica.maxwell@elia-artschools.org 
 
 

 

 
     
   
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Contents
SHARE Conference Aarhus 

SHARE Advocacy Toolkit

13th ELIA Biennial Conference 2014
Early Bird Registration


Call for Venue:
15th ELIA Biennial Conference 2018

Deadline 1 December

ELIA Stands with the Balkans and Glasgow

ArtFutures: Working with Contradictions
in Higher Arts Education


 
 

 

Upcoming events

Breda, 17 June
Digisol: Digital Futures Conference

Aarhus, 20-21 June 
SHARE 2014 Conference on
Artistic Research


Stockholm, 23-27 July
The 15th International Bakhtin Conference

Johannesburg, 22-24 September
Design with the other 90%:
Changing the World by Design Conference


Glasgow, 12-16 November
ELIA NEW NOW LIVE Festival

Glasgow, 13-15 November 
13th ELIA Biennial Conference:
Location Aesthetics


Belgrade, 14-16 November
FIST 10 - Festival of International Student Theatre

Helsinki, 26-27 November 
5th Art of Research Conference:
Experience, Materiality, Articulation (AOR2014)

 

 

Job openings

Aalto University
Tenure Track/Tenured Position 
Professor in History of Art and Culture

Deadline 3 July 2014
 
 
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