New Alliances for Europe: Tuesday, 19 May


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Tuesday, 19 May >>

Joint plenary session for "New Alliances"-participants, INRAE and ACEnet

8:00 am

Breakfast

9:00 am

"Monitoring National Arts Education Systems: a progress report"
presentation by Teunis IJdens, senior policy and research adviser at the Netherlands Expertise Centre for Cultural Education and Amateur Arts (LKCA) and Susanne Keuchel, director of the Remscheid academy for arts education

Questions and answers in the plenary assembly

10:30 am

Coffee break

11:00 am

Separate working sessions (I) of:

>> the "New Alliances"-project

  • Plenary Session
    Session chair: Paul Collard

    Reports from the working groups – reactions, ideas and proposals for further developments – and identification of topics that need further discussion

>> INRAE

  • 11:00 – 11:30 am      Introduction
    “Wisdom of the many”- Ways to create academic knowledge through a democratic process (Shifra Schonmann)

    Pilot study for a qualitative thematic analysis of the Yearbook Vol. III “Wisdom of the many” (Ben Bolden, Larry O’Farrell)

    Mapping the Yearbook Vol. III “Wisdom of the many” (Ernst Wagner)

  • 11:30 am – 12:30 pm      Reports of the participants about sections of the book in regard to three main aspects:
    Key issues, key concepts, key methods – discussion

>> ACEnet

  • Introduction by the chairs

  • Introduction round of the participants

  • Conclusions from former meeting, November 2014, Brussels, Belgium

  • Connection to other bodies (UNESCO/OECD/EU-OMC)

  • Discussion on the manifesto of the network and a new plan of action: part I

 

12:30 pm

Lunch

2:00 pm

Separate working sessions (II) of:

>> INRAE

  • Continuation of the reports

>> ACEnet

  • Discussion on the manifesto of the network and a new plan of action: part II

 

3:30 pm

Coffee break

4:00 pm

Seperate working sessions (III) of:

>> the "New Alliances"-project

   Different working groups (with rapporteurs)

  • The European Network of Observatories in the Field of Arts and Cultural Education linked to UNESCO (ENO): planning the next steps
  • Mobility and exchange: what is already possible and existing or furthermore needed on European level?
  • Quality in arts and cultural education: how to organise better connections between research and practice for quality development?
  • Cross sectorial and cross disciplinary cooperation: how to foster this very demanding task on all levels?
  • Professional and further training in arts and cultural education: what is necessary for more professionalization?

>> INRAE

  • Visual mapping in working groups
  • Pilot study for a qualitative thematic analysis of the Yearbook Vol. III “Wisdom of the many”

>> ACEnet

  • Thematic focus: cultural education and new media: discussion based on homework

6:00 pm

Dinner

7:30 pm

Get-together for all participants with music (Matthias Schriefl's Multiorchester), dancing,..



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/// NEW ALLIANCES FOR EUROPE – Polylogue III on Arts Education

17 – 20 May 2015, Kreuth, Germany

The conference will be held at Wildbad Kreuth, a former spa 65 kilometres south of Munich, close to lake Tegernsee in the mountains of the Bavarian Alps.

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