Korea Arts & Culture Education Service is organizing the Asia Teaching Artist (TA) Exchange Workshop with Asian artists and teaching artists to discuss the current issues of Asia and the social role of arts and arts education together. This event will be a stepping stone to expand the boundaries of Teaching Artistry and the intimate network of Asian TAs.
If you are in interested in exchanging knowledge, forging partnerships with other teaching artists in Asia, you can register in the workshops.
The call will remain open until the 19th of October, 17:00(KST) through the link below.
THE UNESCO REPORT Reimagining our futures together: a new social contract for education is AVAILABLE NOW
Reimagining our futures together: a new social contract for education
Excerpt from pg. 73 of the Futures of Education report:
Building imagination, judgment and possibility through arts education
Education in the arts – music, drama, dance, design, visual arts, literature, poetry and more – can greatly expand students’ capacities to master complex skills and can support social and emotional learning across the curriculum. It can enhance our human abilities to access the experience of others, whether through empathy or the reading of non-verbal clues.
The arts also make visible certain truths that are sometimes obscured and provide concrete ways to celebrate multiple perspectives and interpretations of the world. Many forms of artistic expression traffic in subtleties and grapple with life’s ambiguities; students can learn that small difference can have large effects. Artistic experience often requires a willingness to surrender to the unknown; students can learn that everything changes with circumstance and opportunity. The arts also help us learn to say, show, and feel what needs to be said, shown, and felt, helping to advance the horizons of knowing, being, and communicating in and beyond the arts.
Curricula that invite creative expression through the arts have tremendous future-shaping potential. Artmaking provides new languages and means through which to make sense of the world, engage in cultural critique, and take political action. Curricula can also cultivate critical appreciation and engagement with cultural heritage and the powerful symbols, repertoires, and references of our collective identities.
The purpose of the summit is to bring together arts education professionals worldwide to share the latest research, thought, and practice in arts education assessment and evaluation. We invite primary and secondary school arts educators, higher education professionals, arts education researchers and policymakers, national, state and local education officials from across the world to join us online on October 11-15, 2021.
The impact of the arts and arts education is wide and significant. As a global arts education community, we seek to know the impact of our work in the many contexts in which it manifests. Assessment and evaluation of the impact of arts learning and arts programming involves complex and valuable processes that are shaped by the contexts in which arts education takes place. From design to implementation to analysis, unveiling the impact of our work is achieved in multiple ways – through various designs, models, and practices.
Registration for the summit is now open .
Go to the registration page
Soon: Arts conference in Kampala, Uganda, on 28-29 September 2021. AFRICAN NATIONS THROUGH ARTS AND CULTURE IN POST COVID-19”.
The Africa Arts Association (AfrAA) holds its first Arts conference in Kampala, Uganda, on 28-29 September 2021. Our theme is “UNLOCKING THE CREATIVE POTENTIAL OF AFRICAN NATIONS THROUGH ARTS AND CULTURE IN POST COVID-19”.
The Portuguese Journal of Artistic Education invites all interested parties to submit proposals for unpublished articles on any topic in the field of Art Education, resulting from original research or essays, preferably in the areas of Music Education, Dance, Theatre, Arts Plastics, Musicology and Art History.
Articles from all Portuguese-speaking countries are welcome and, in case of special relevance, works in English may be accepted.
Proposals must be sent by October 18, 2021, to the e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org.
For more information on publication standards, consult the website http://rpea.madeira.gov.pt/ .
The RPEA is Indexed and Referenced by the following international databases of scientific periodicals:
ERIH PLUS - European Reference Index for the Humanities and Social Sciences
LATINDEX - Sistema Regional de Informação para as Revistas Científicas de América Latina, Caribe, Espanha e Portugal
DOAJ - Directory of Open Access Journals
REDIB - Red Iberoamericana de Innovación y Conocimiento Científico https://www.redib.org/pt-pt
MIAR - Matriz de Información para el Análisis de Revistas
OAJI - Open Academic Journals Index
SIS - Scientific Indexing Services.
CAPES - Portal de Periódicos da Coordenação de Aperfeiçoamento de Pessoal de Nível Superior
RCAAP - Repositórios Científicos de Acesso Aberto e Portugal
Theatre educators all over the world are creating work and are looking for new ways to make performances. During this 36 hours online festival IDEA creates an open and inclusive space where members will share their work/practices/research with the world. This is a festival without curation, all languages are welcome and because of the non-stop program the festival will also be time-zone friendly. On the 28th and 29th of August the IDEA TOGETHER WE GO ON Festival will be there for the community within and outside IDEA.
We live in challenging times and the best way to deal with that is to share the ways we respond to a crisis as an interconnected, global and participatory theatre society. The TOGETHER WE GO ON festival is there for us to support each other in the work we are making.
Our goal is to make a festival that doesn't exclude anyone. IDEA is an organization for everyone that cares about theatre and the people it is created with. That is why we organize this time-zone free and language-inclusive online festival.
The Festival starts Saturday August 28th on 09.00 hrs a.m. (UTC) and has a non-stop program until Sunday August 29th 08.00 hrs p.m. (UTC).
Please find the Zoom link to the Festival below:
READ here the program
Every 3rd Wednesday of the Month, theatre practitioners, researchers, and teachers initially from 12 African countries will speak and showcase theatre forms in their country blending the past and the present towards sustainable communities.
JOIN the next African Theatre Webinar Series on 18 August 2021 on the topic:
“Producing Theatre in the New Normal”
UTC: 16 00 hrs | BERLIN: 18 00 hrs | KAMPALA /NAIROBI: 19 00 hrs
Meeting ID: 941 3572 5279 | Passcode: 309040
African Theatre Webinar Series is a Project of International Drama / Theatre and Education Association (IDEA), in Cooperation with Department of Performing Arts and Film, Makerere University Kampala, Uganda, and Hochschule fur Musik und Theater Rostock, Germany.
Every 3rd Wednesday of the Month, theatre practitioners, researchers, and teachers initially from 12 African countries will speak and show case theatre forms in their country blending the past and the present towards sustainable communities.
1. To share concepts of African drama and theatre globally as part of Africa’s contribution to world sources of knowledge and practice in drama and theatre.
2. To establish closer contacts, mutual, and professional relationships among drama and theatre practitioners in educational institutions in Africa and with the rest of the world.
3. To contribute towards efforts to mainstream Africa and Africans into world debates and agendas on drama and theatre forms and practice.
4. To contribute towards the decolonization hence liberation of Africa and the African mind from perpetual dependency on the West for cultural values and identities.
SAVE the date for the course on Arts, Armed Conflict and Humanitarian Aid, starts September , 15, 2021.
A free MOOC in English language organized by Ateliers du Rêve; WAAE and APECV at NAU platform. Register at https://www.nau.edu.pt/en/course/arts-armed-conflict-and-humanitarian-aid/
WAAE, the World Alliance for Arts Education, is co-organising with Ateliers du Reve (a French collective) and APECV ( Portuguese Association of art teachers) a MOOC about Arts in context of humanitarian emergency. It will start on 15 September 2021.
The MOOC "Arts, Armed Conflict and Humanitarian Aid" offers a 4 weeks training space in NAU platform dedicated to the different professionals of the humanitarian or artistic field concerned by artistic practices in humanitarian emergencies.This MOOC aims to bring theoretical knowledge in Humanitarian aid contexts, through different topics, and to link this knowledge with a more practical part, allowing the participants to become aware of real situations lived in the field, as well as bringing expertise and sharing experiences of real contexts of artistic practices in humanitarian emergencies contexts
The 2nd InSEA Webinar in Asia region. New Directions in Art Education: Museum and gallery education in Asia
Saturday 21 August
InSEA Asia is organizing a webinar about museum and gallery education in Asia. The purpose of this webinar is to share the experience of enhancement of museum and gallery education in the pandemic time and to create new perspectives and possibilities of future art and aesthetic education in Asia. The presenters in this webinar will be people who engage in art museum and gallery education in Asia. They will talk about their stories in the pandemic time. Attending the webinar is free. The places are limited. To save your seat,
please register here: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/the-2nd-insea-asian-webinar-in-2021-tickets-162121721433) in advance.
The 2nd InSEA Webinar in the South-East Asia and Pacific Region:
New Directions in Art Education
Monday 11 October 2021
Across the diverse physical and cultural countries, regions and localised contexts in Southeast Asia and the Pacific, arts and cultural workers have been hit hard by the pandemic’s economic toll. The impact of COVID-19 in the Global South on the visual arts, visual arts education and higher education is unprecedented. We seek to acknowledge the effect the pandemic continues to have on the cultural, creative and education sectors across area. Restrictions on public gatherings and state and international border closures have forced many in the visual arts community to cancel programs and activities.
As a result of teaching, learning, and living in anxious and precarious times we invite you to this 2nd InSEA South-East Asia and Pacific regional webinar to collaborate and consider new directions for art education in a pandemic.
Colourful Narratives of Resilience
In this Webinar, participants are invited to discuss the importance and value of resilience amidst the pandemic. The webinar will anchor on the cultural and creative lens in illustrating stories that highlight lessons from the pandemic. Through this webinar, we would be able to unravel and identify the symbols and peculiar patterns embedded in the participant’s culture on how resilience is defined in various cultures and communities. The webinar is being led by InSEA member and Filipina visual artist, Anna Karina Jardin. Anna Karina is a children’s book illustrator, educator and Creative Projects Management Consultant based in Malaysia. She believes in the power of art in creating a positive social impact.
Please register here: https://www.eventbrite.com.au/e/second-insea-seap-webinar-colourful-narratives-of-resilience-tickets-166749832237
Thank you, organisers and presenters - and welcome to our new members in South East Asia and Pacific Region (Ed.)