Circus Arts Research Development - a conference with lectures, workshops, performances, films and interventions in Stockholm, Sweden, December 9th to 11th 2015
The CARD2 Conference will take place 9th-11th December 2015, with international keynote speakers, workshops, presentations and performances by the leading thinkers and makers in the field of circus. The purpose of the conference is to create a platform for international researchers to introduce and share their research, to discuss, demonstrate and provoke, to agree, find collaborators, critical allies and opponents. Furthermore, to illuminate how circus practice has developed and how the field of artistic research differs from research for production. Read more »
ELIA is partner in an exciting project in the framework of the Dutch Presidency of the European Union (EU) that will start in Janaury 2016 for six months and invites students of ELIA member institutions to join us in Amsterdam! Read more »
For teachers and other education professionals in creative media industries.
Train-the-Trainers Workshop (TtT) is a 2 day intensive course on engagement methods in entrepreneurship and management literacy in the areas of film and other creative media.
TtT Workshop is ideal for teachers working in different subjects of film, arts, design, animation and other media courses. Teachers in management as an elective discipline in creative media courses are also welcome.
Come try the Cinema and Industry Alliance for Knowledge and Learning II Course Toolkit and learn to help students develop entrepreneurial and intrapreneurial skills and competences!
TtT Workshop is part of the Creativity Meets Business 2015 Conference Read more »
The publication consists of keynote lectures, dialogues between participating staff and students, and documentations of the workshops. Articles and dialogues treat the IP themes on a more ontological level whereas workshop descriptions document the practices in transparent, generous and open access manner. The publication includes contributions by Ric Allsopp, Niels Bovri, João DaSilva, Scott deLahunta, Ellen Jeffrey, Emilie Gallier, Konstantina Georgelou, Saara Hannula, Martin Hargreaves, Kiran Kumar, Miika Luoto, Sergiu Matis, Kirsi Monni, Sophia New, Mila Pavicevic, Victoria Pérez Royo, Goran Sergej Pristaš, Ari Tenhula and Jasna Zmak.
This documentation book may also appear helpful in planning and organizing future Erasmus projects or other EU funded co-operation projects. Read more »