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 »
The 3rd ANCER conference is organized by Cambodian Living Arts in partnership with Institut Français du Cambodge and LASALLE College of the Arts. Read more »
In this Place addresses how the importance of ‘place’ impacts the way in which we generate ideas, create and design. It looks at how we transmit and circulate ideas, ideologies and knowledge between geographical locations, historical moments, objects, images, actions and cultural contexts.
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ARTS EQUAL is a six-year research project for which we now received funding for the first 3 years. The project includes 3 Universities (University of the Arts Helsinki, University of Turku, Lappeenranta University of Technology) and 2 research institutes (Foundation for Cultural Policy Research Cupore, Finnish Institute of Occupational Health).
ARTISEQUAL stands for The Arts as Public Service: Strategic Steps towards Equality Read more »