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Teachers' Academy Porto: One Week Left to Register!

Registration Deadline: 3 July 2012

The ESMAE School of Music and Performing Arts and the Faculty of Fine Art, University of Porto open their doors to the 5th ELIA Teachers’ Academy held 11-13 July 2012 in Porto.

Happier Together: The Teachers' Academy and NEW NOW LIVE

This year's edition of the Teachers' Academy will be held in conjunction with the NEW NOW LIVE Festival in Porto. The combination of these two dynamic events will result in a participatory experience covering the range of arts education pedagogy from process to production.

What is the Teachers' Academy?

The Teachers’ Academy is an international platform for ideas and practices for teachers in artschools in Europe and beyond. Its main aim is to contribute to the professional development for lecturers in higher arts education.

Teachers’ Academy Participants will:

+ Engage with innovative pedagogic and research methods at an international level;

+ Acquire new insights and practices about educating artists in and across the art disciplines;

+ Share their latest ideas and practices with international colleagues.

Click here to register.

Final registration will close 3 July 2012.

For full information regarding registration please visit the
registration information page.

For full programme details visit the
Teachers' Academy programme page.



Please direct all questions and enquiries to ELIA Conference Manager Barbara Revelli: barbara.revelli@elia-artschools.org

eliateachersacademy.org
 

 

 
 



NEW NOW LIVE Festival Kicks off 11 July in Porto!

ONLINE wherever you are, whenever you want.

LIVE 11-15 July amidst the summer splendor of Porto, Portugal.

 
The NEW NOW Festival provides an innovative platform for the most exciting and creative NEU artistic talent NOW emerging from higher arts education institutions and universities across Europe and beyond – to present themselves to wider audiences in the NEW NOW online and LIVE Festival.

The NEW NOW Festival is:

+ An online and a live event that promotes artistic excellence through cutting edge presentations and activities;

+ An opportunity for selected young artists to show their work, meet each other during the LIVE Festival and create new international partnerships;

+ A place where audiences, producers and curators can see the most excellent artists and innovative projects emerging from the art schools and universities across Europe;

+ A forum where emerging artists, producers, curators, cultural operators and policy makers can discuss future developments for the arts and share views on the cultural role of higher arts education institutions;

+ A means of presenting an emerging generation of professional artists, drawn from across Europe, to the attention of a wide audience.

The fourth iteration of the NEW NOW online and the NEW NOW LIVE Festival includes projects arranged across the following five art disciplines:

+ Visual Arts

+ Design

+ Theatre/Dance

+ Music/Sound

+ Film

In whichever field you find your passion for art, NEW NOW has something fresh and innovative...

For detailed information on travel and accommodation please refer to the visitor's information page

Visit the festival homepage to explore the online festival, preview the LIVE festival and view the full programme of events scheduled for 11-15 July. 

 

For any additional questions or enquiries please contact Project Manager Ute Kohlmann: ute.kohlmann@elia-artschools.org


neunow.com

 

 

 

Call for Partners for Upcoming EU Applications

ELIA is commencing the planning of an application for a new Academic network (2013-2016) to be submitted in early 2013 and we are also investigating options for projects in other European programmes. Point of departure is that new projects must address new priorities and developments in higher arts education.

We are interested in new ideas for joint project- and networking activities, bringing together arts institutions from different countries, continuing the work within previous networks such as ArtesNet (2007-2010) and the current network SHARE (2010-2013) funded under the Lifelong Learning Programme. 

Academic Networks operate together with partners from all EU and EU-candidate countries. 

In preparation for this application we would like to invite you to express your interest to become a partner in a new ERASMUS Academic Network and/or in other joint projects.



The focal points of the network are yet to be finalized and at the moment interest in several relevant themes are being investigated:

1. Collaboration with Other Disciplines
2. Collaboration with Societal Organizations
3. Business Collaborations
4. Access to Culture
5. Regional Collaborative Projects

Partners who already conduct activities in these areas and those who are interested in establishing activities are both welcome.

Deadline to apply is 10 September 2012.

To be involved in the next Academic Network for 2013-2016 please download the short form
Call for Partners for Upcoming EU Applications.



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

 

elia-artschools.org/Documents/new-documents
   
 


A Sectoral Qualifications Framework
A bold attempt to produce a common set of statements for Creative and Performing Disciplines

ELIA has been engaged in the university driven Tuning Educational Structures in Europe Project. The broadly used Tuning documents were certainly a milestone. In the last two years a group of ELIA members from visual and performing arts have collaborated with groups from music (AEC) and architecture (ENHSA) in developing a European framework that would for the first time manifest the sector for higher arts education as an independent sector in the European Higher Education Area.

The document, Sectoral Qualifications Framework for the Creative & Performing Disciplines, is a bold attempt to produce a common set of statements about expected achievement levels for students in any and all of the disciplines represented: the visual arts, the performing arts, music and architecture. As well as seeking to define what these disciplines have in common, the framework is intended to bring into focus what sets them apart from other disciplines and gives them their distinctive character as a sectoral grouping.

The framework as it is now is available here. Your critical comments are welcome.


elia-artschools.org/Documents/

   

 

 


ELIA-ASIA Symposium: Creating a Global Network

Early Bird Registration Closes 15 July!

Early Bird Registration Deadline: 15 July 2012


K-Arts - Korea National University of Arts will be hosting the ELIA-ASIA Symposium 4-6 October 2012.

The University of the Arts London, as a founding member of ELIA and with long standing successful relationships with Asia, supports the initiative.

Approximately 80 delegates are expected, coming from all over Asia and Europe, with the aim to network, share good practice and discuss on the theme “The Role of the Arts for a Better World”. Possibilities of establishing an ELIA-ASIA network will be explored and future action agreed.

Don't miss out on Early Bird rates!
Click here to register.

Early bird registration will close 15 July 2012.

Final registration will close 18 September 2012.

Further information on the ELIA-ASIA initiative can be found on the
official homepage.

For full programme details please click here.

 

Please direct all questions and enquiries to ELIA Conference Manager Barbara Revelli: barbara.revelli@elia-artschools.org


elia-artschools.org/Activities/elia-asia-

   

 

 

12th ELIA Biennial Conference: Vienna November 2012

Early Bird Registration Closes 30 July!

Early Bird Registration Deadline: 30 July 2012


The 12th ELIA Biennial Conference, hosted by the University of Applied Arts Vienna – Die Angewandte on 8-12 November 2012, is shaping up to be an unmissable event featuring such luminaries as Ute Meta Bauer, Shady El Noshokaty, and VALIE EXPORT.

The ELIA Biennial Conference has been established as a major event for a large number of institutes of higher arts education in Europe and beyond. We meet, we share, we discuss, we celebrate, we establish new links, and sometimes we change our views.

Thanks to the MuseumsQuartier Wien, venue of the Biennial Conference, we will experience a highly enriching environment in an exciting city.

To join us in this lively discourse, click here to register!

Early bird registration will close 30 July 2012.

Final registration will close 26 October 2012.

For further information, including a full programme, please visit the ELIA Biennial website.



Please direct all questions and enquiries to ELIA Conference Manager Barbara Revelli: barbara.revelli@elia-artschools.org


elia-artschools.org/Activities/biennial-conference

 

 

 


Team Culture 2012
Impressions from the Inspiration & Dialogue Meeting
Held in Brussels
6 June 2012
The Danish Minister of Culture, Uffe Albaek took the initiative for an Inspiration & Dialogue Meeting in Brussels on 6 June 2012 on the role of culture in the crisis. ELIA Senior Advisor Truus Ophuysen was at the meeting and reports back.  Read her full report here.
 


Making the Most of Our Potential:
Consolidating the European Higher Education Area

Bucharest Communiqu
é Now Available 


The Ministers responsible for higher education in the 47 countries of the European Higher Education Area (EHEA) met in Bucharest on 26 and 27 April 2012.

The Bucharest Communiqué represents one of the main political documents of the EHEA as it takes account of the achievements since the last Ministerial conference in Leuven in 2009 and sets future priorities for the Bologna Process.

The Ministerial Communiqué focuses on widening access to higher education through emphasizing quality assurance, enhancing employability of graduates, strengthening mobility and improving data collection and transparency.

To read the full document click here.



 

New Members

ELIA is pleased to welcome the following new members:

Alberta College of Art + Design
Calgary, Canada

www.acad.ca

Dunedin School of Art
Dunedin, New Zealand
http://www.otagopolytechnic.ac.nz/schools-departments/art.html

Orpheus Instituut
Gent, Belgium
http://www.orpheusinstituut.be/en/intro


 
 
 
    
   
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Contents

Teachers' Academy 2012
Porto, 11-13 July
Registration Deadline: 3 July

NEW NOW Festival
Online: Now
Live: Porto, 11-15 July

Call for Partners for
Upcoming EU Applications

Deadline: 15 September

Sectoral Qualifications Framework
for the Creative & Performing Disciplines


ELIA-ASIA Symposium
Seoul, 4-6 October
Early Bird Registration Deadline: 15 July

12th ELIA Biennial Conference
Vienna, 8-12 November
Early Bird Registration Deadline: 30 July

European Culture News:
Inspiration & Dialogue Meeting
Held in Brussels
6 June 2012

European Education News:
European Higher
Education Area
Bucharest Communiqué

New Members

 
 

 


Upcoming events

Barcelona, 9-12 July
7th International Conference on Cultural Policy Research

Porto, 11-13 July
5th ELIA Teachers' Academy 2012

Porto, 11-15 July
NEW NOW LIVE Festival 2012

Nida, 15-24 July
SHARE/NIDA Summer School

London, 23 July-4 August
Sport []like []dislike Exhibition

Helsinki, 3-10 August
Artistic Research in Depth-International Summer Academy

Roskilde, 12-16 August
Participatory Design 2012

Vienna, 5-8 September
Artistic Practices - conference on the sociology of the arts

London, 11-14 September
Out of Control

Ljubljana, 27-28 September
Employability of Graduates
and Higher Education Management Systems
Conference


Rotterdam, 27-29 September
Unlocking Skills for a New Life: Personal Effectiveness and Employability through the Arts (PEETA) Conference

Vienna, 8-10 November
12th ELIA Biennial Conference

Ljubljana, 14-21 October
Atelier for Young Festival Managers

Tbilisi, 19 October-20 November
1st Tbilisi Triennial

Helsinki, 28-29 November
The Art of Research: IV Conference

Ayia Napa, 30 November-
2 December
Photography and Museums: Displayed and Displaying

Bergen, 23-25 January 2013
Sensuous Knowledge Conference

Gothenburg, 17-19 April 2013
Crafting the Future

Oslo, 14-17 May 2013
DRS//CUMULUS Oslo 2013 The 2nd International Conference for Design Education Researchers
 

 

 

Job openings

The University of Gothenburg
Two Positions for Critical Heritage Studies Postdoctoral Research Fellow
Deadline for Applications:
1 August 2012

Aalto University School of Arts, Design and Architecture
Doctoral Student in Communication Design Research
Deadline for Applications:
14 August 2012

Aalto University School of Arts, Design and Architecture
Doctoral Student in the Learning Environments Research Group
Deadline for Applications:
14 August 2012

University of Applied Arts Vienna and the Konservatorium Wien University
Social Design – Arts as Urban Innovation: New Master Programme
Deadline for Applications:
14 September 2012




 

 

 

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