12th ELIA Biennial Conference:
110 Euro Discount Per Delegate
Reduced Registration Fee for Groups of 3+
The 12th ELIA Biennial Conference(link to: www.eliabiennial.com) 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. This year Yoko Ono will be joining a number of other luminaries including Matthias Horx, Isabel Mundry, Ute Meta Bauer and Shady El Noshokaty.
“We meet, we share, we discuss, we celebrate, we establish new links, and sometimes we change our views.”
In 2012 ELIA is adding a political dimension to the programme. A resolution will be made available to conference participants in advance of the event to stimulate discussion and encourage active engagement between arts and politics.
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.
Visit the ELIA Biennial online registration portal (link to: https://asp.artegis.com/lp/BiennialVienna/13335292511011597076?1=1) to register and join this lively discourse!
Group Discount Information & Registration
Groups of 3 or more new delegates from the same institution can now register at the ELIA Biennial Conference and still take advantage of the Early-Birds fee.
This results in a saving of 110 euro per delegate.
If interested, please send a confirmation email with the names of the delegates registering to email@example.com When registering please add “agreed early-bird fee” to the comments field to ensure the discounted fee.
For further information, including a full programme, visit the ELIA Biennial website (link to: http://www.eliabiennial.com).
Final online registration will close 26 October 2012.
Please direct all questions and enquiries to ELIA Conference Manager Barbara Revelli: firstname.lastname@example.org
The European League of Institutes of the Arts (ELIA), based in Amsterdam, is the primary independent network organization for higher arts education. Founded in 1990, ELIA represents over 300 member institutions in 47 countries on the European and international levels. ELIA forms unique bodies of knowledge and facilitates dialogues, mobility and activities between artists, teachers, administrators, senior managers, key decision makers and more than 300,000 students from all art disciplines. For more information on ELIA and its many initiatives visit www.elia-artschools.org or e-mail email@example.com.
About The "Angewandte"
The University of Applied Arts Vienna, which was founded in 1867, has over 2,000 students, many of whom come from abroad. Throughout its history the “Angewandte” has made a major contribution to the development of the artistic and intellectual identity of both Vienna and Austria. Moreover, today the “Angewandte” is one the world’s most important universities of art with a broad range of content in the fields of Architecture, Design, Fine Arts, Media Arts, Restoration and Art Theory. In the last years the “Angewandte” has increasingly assumed a pioneering role in many new areas of development such as transmedial and transdisciplinary art, art & science, social design and artistic research. For more information visit www.dieangewandte.at or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.