The ELIA Academy, held on 25-27 September in Stuttgart, introduces an exciting programme with interactive presentations, workshops and hands-on discussions, developed around the topic of digitalisation in higher arts education. Together with our keynote speakers, Felix Stalder, Jennifer Walshe, Cornelia Sollfrank, Daniel Martin Feige, Abhay Adhikari, and our presenters, we will explore new digital tools and practices in teaching and learning.
Join us to decode creative skills, further develop digital pedagogies, democratise the digital knowledge, dance to coding, and much more.
Why pay more? REGISTER HERE for the Early Bird tickets before 3 June!
Organised in conjunction with the ELIA Academy, Challenges of Doctoral Supervision will take place on 24-25 September in Stuttgart.
This conference is part of the Erasmus Plus Strategic Partnership Project Advancing Supervision for Artistic Research Doctorates, which produces intellectual, ready-to-use outputs for those involved in doctoral supervision across all artistic disciplines.
If you want to join workshop and discussion sessions on doctoral supervision, hurry up! The capacity for this event is limited.
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What are some of the cultural biases that might stand in the way of fruitful collaborations? How can we, as leaders, equip our institutions with the right tools to overcome these biases?
Delegates joining ELIA’s 2019 Leadership Symposium will meet local higher arts education institutions and gain knowledge and inspiration while discussing cross-cultural collaboration practices.
Six keynote speakers introduce topics to stimulate the debate between peers around: