12th ELIA Biennial Conference: Announcing More Opportunities for Presentation and Networking
Final Registration Deadline: 26 October 2012
The 12th ELIA Biennial Conference, hosted by the University of Applied Arts Vienna – Die Angewandte on 8-12 November 2012, has been established as a major event for a large number of institutes of higher arts education in Europe and beyond. Thanks to the MuseumsQuartier Wien, venue of the Biennial Conference, we will experience a highly enriching environment in an exciting city.
The ELIA Biennial: Not Just a Single Event, An Opportunity for Continuing Growth
The ELIA Biennial, in addition to being a platform for dialogue and learning of the highest caliber, offers delegates a plethora of opportunities to disseminate their own work on an international scale, interact with colleagues in their own fields and beyond, and create a strong network of contacts to take home after the conference.
The hope is that these opportunities will create channels to keep the momentum of the Biennial going even after the physical event is over.
Highlights of the Biennial focused on affording delegates opportunities to present their work, projects and publications, and network with other participants include:
The Open Floor Podium
Open to all delegates, from all disciplines, for all topics.
The Open Floor Podium is a free space for delegates to present their own works, institutions or anything else they are passionate about and want to bring into the public eye at the conference. Time slots can be signed up for via the conference reigstration module. Depending on the number of submissions, a selection of presentations may need to be made.
The Biennial Book Fair
To further encourage the exchange of knowledge this year's edition of the conference will feature a Book Fair open to delegates for submission of their own professional publications. The selected books will be available for sale for the duration of the conference.
Following the input of the speeches in the plenary sessions, delegates will be divided into small groups to discuss the themes over coffee in a more informal atmosphere.
These small groups have been specifically designed to facilitate engaging dialogue and allow delegates the opportunity to network and make new contacts. Each table talk will consist of a new composition of delegates, increasing and diversifying the number of people to meet.
All of the above can be signed up for via the online registration module.
SHARE and the ELIA Biennial: More ArtSHARES Speakers Confirmed
SHARE is an international networking project comprising 40+ partners from across Europe working together on enhancing the 3rd cycle of arts research and education in Europe.
On Thursday 8 November SHARE will host a morning of dissemenation sessions. More speakers have been confirmed including circus/dance/theatre director John-Paul Zaccarini.Click here to view the full ArtSHARES programme.
All ELIA members are welcome to attend the SHARE Sessions and can register through the online registration form.
To register for the Biennial click here!
Final registration will close 26 October 2012.
To view the conference brochure please click here.
For further information, including a full programme, visit the ELIA Biennial website.
Please direct all questions and enquiries to ELIA Conference Manager Barbara Revelli: firstname.lastname@example.org
ELIA-ASIA Symposium Last Call for Registration!
Final Registration Deadline: 25 September 2012
Hosted by K-Arts - Korea National University of Arts and in collaboration with the University of the Arts London, ELIA - the European League of the Institutes of the Arts is organizing the ELIA-ASIA Symposium, in Seoul, South Korea on 4-6 October 2012.
Delegates coming from all over Asia and Europe will be joining this event with the aim to network, share good practice and discuss on the theme “The role of the arts for a better world”.
On the event website, the delegates list is now available.
ELIA, with its over 20 years of activities, will support delegates in discussing the possibilities of establishing an ELIA-ASIA network and in identifying what activities are of most interests for the European and Asian higher education institutions.
Click here to register
The program of the three days event is available on the event website.
Please see the ELIA-ASIA Symposium event website for further details, including travel information.
All questions and enquiries can be directed to ELIA Conference Manager Barbara Revelli at email@example.com
Efva Lilja Releases Two New Books on Dance
ELIA Board and Team Culture 2012 Task Force Member Efva Lilja has released two new books:
Do You Get What I'm Not Saying? On Dance as a Subversive Declaration of Love and
100 Exercises for a Choreographer and Other Survivors.
For more information on the bilingual Swedish/English books, now available on both Efva Lilja's website and Ellerströms, click here.
This newsletter is funded with support from the European Commission. This communication reflects the views of ELIA and the Commission cannot be held responsible for any use which may be made of the information contained therein.
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