This online survey aims to seek the views of educators in culture and arts education. It was designed by the World Alliance for Arts Education (WAAE), in consultation with UNESCO.
The survey was launched on the 2nd March 2023 at the WAAE World Summit of Arts Education in Madeira, Portugal.
The results of this questionnaire will contribute to the global consultation process to develop a UNESCO Framework for Culture and Arts Education.
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This online survey aims to seek the views of educators in culture and arts education. It was designed by the World
European OMEP Conference 2023“Quality and Equality in Early Childhood Education and Care”
call for papers on peace education in relation to arts cultural and aesthetic education.
We would like to inform you that the call has been extended to March 31 for abstract submission and July 31 for full text submission.
We kindly invite you to discuss, from the perspective of your research interests, the culture of peace, not only in situations of conflict and war but also in everyday misunderstandings between individuals as well as in their interactions with the environment or any other related contexts.
Contributors will not be asked to pay an article processing charge (APC) for submitted proposals or accepted articles. The issue will be open access and published in the peer-reviewed International Journal for Research in Cultural, Aesthetic, and Arts Education (IJRCAAE) by Waxmann-Verlag.
Download here the call for papers
Research in Arts Education is an academic journal published by Research in Arts Education Advisory Board. It is evaluated as THCI (Taiwan Humanities Citation Index) Tier 1 journal by Research Institute for the Humanities and Social Sciences, Ministry of Science and Technology. It also wins Knowledge Impact Award in arts disciplines given by National Central Library. The founding of this journal aims to promote the academic atmosphere, research quality, and communication width of arts education. The first issue of the journal was released in May of 2001. As a semi-annual journal, it is published twice a year at the end of May and December.
Call for Papers
Arts education is an integrated field. This journal focuses on arts education. To emphasize its interdisciplinary and integrative nature, the journal considers publishing such research reports as in visual arts education, music education, dance education, drama and theatre education, design education, arts administration education, arts technology education, aesthetic education, art history education, and art museum education. Any research article relevant to applied arts education and its development is welcome also.
Please log on to the online submission system https://www.ipress.tw/J0089 and complete the submission procedure. Download the latest submission guidelines and writing template here.
The Makerere University, Kampala, Uganda, in partnership with IDEA (International Drama / Theatre and Education Association) and the Rostock University of Music and Theatre, Germany is organizing the International Performing Arts Conference “Performing Arts and the University of the 21st
Century: Concepts, Training, and Practice” from March 27th until April 1srt 2023.
More information can be found on: www.paf.mak.ac.ug
(IDEA Day was celebrated all over the world on the 27th of November.
It is the day for the celebration of drama/theatre education, for the promotion and visibility of the field.
An online celebration event organized by the IDEA Elected Officers was held, where IDEA members from all continents presented their work and shared how they celebrate IDEA Day.
( drawing by Adriana Nichting)
Invitation to the 2022 Asia Teaching Artist Exchange Workshop & Joint ProjectFinal Presentation
In an aim to boost exchange among arts education practitioners in Korea and Asia, the Korea Arts and Culture Education Service (KACES) has been continuing to offer programmes that emphasise the importance and need for socially engaged arts education activities and promote sustainable exchange among intermediaries.
Following the 2021 Asia Teaching Artist (TA) Exchange Workshop, 15 teaching artists (TA) from seven different Asian countries grouped into five and worked together since May 2022. They ran workshops, discussions and research together to explore issues in the region and put them into action as joint projects.
Now they are ready to share and present the outcomes of joint projects, ideas and issues they have been working on for seven months. We invite audiences interested in TAs' activities from Asia and join the conversation for more interactive and exciting collaborative discussions.
△ Event Title: <2022 Asia Teaching Artist Exchange Workshop & Joint Project Final Presentation>
△ Date and time: Monday 14th Nov. 2022, 4PM~6PM (KST) *Please note that time may be subject to change
△ Event details: Group Presentations, Free Discussions, Q&A time
△ Who can join: Open to everyone interested in TA’s practices
△ Language: English
Reserve your spot below for free!
by 10th Nov. 2022(Thu.), 6 p.m.(KST)
- The Zoom link will be provided via email closer to the date.
- The Final Presentation will be recorded and up-loaded on the official KACES’s YouTube channel.
AisaTA 2022 Secretariat T. +82-10-7621-7484 E. firstname.lastname@example.org
MONDIACULT 2022: Report from Patricia González-Moreno- ISME President-Elect (2022-2024)
UNESCO World Conference on Cultural Policies and Sustainable Development MONDIACULT 2022: September 28th-30th, 2022
135 Ministers of Culture
32 intergovernmental organizations
9 UN agencies
During this important ministerial and intergovernmental conference, the 150 States unanimously adopted the Declaration for Culture which aims to provide a common roadmap to strengthen the future of public policies in this field. It is stated that culture is a “global public good”, and must be included among the next United Nations Sustainable Development Goals “in its own right”. Another outcome of the Conference includes the establishment of a World Forum on Cultural Policies to be organized by UNESCO every four years.
The document reaffirms fundamental principles of previous Declarations adopted at the UNESCO World Conferences on Cultural Policies held in Mexico (1982) and Stockholm (1998), including the definition of culture as a “set of distinctive spiritual, material, intellectual and emotional features that characterize a society or social group, [which] includes not only arts and letters, but also modes of life, the fundamental rights of the human being, value systems, traditions and beliefs”. It also points at the need of acknowledging cultural diversity as “a source of exchange, innovation and creativity” (p. 1).
The Declaration states the concern about the continued vulnerability of the cultural sector, in view of the increasing threats to culture (COVID-19, armed conflicts), particularly the unequal access to culture, social gaps, the status and livelihoods of artists, cultural professionals and practitioners, destruction of cultural heritage and disruption of living cultural practices. Therefore, the imperative need of protecting and promoting human rights and cultural diversity is emphasized. It calls to action in order to build equitable conditions for women, youth, children, indigenous peoples, persons with disabilities and other vulnerable groups.
The text defines the cultural rights that need to be taken into consideration in public policies, including the social and economic rights of artists, cultural professionals and practitioners, artistic freedom, the right of indigenous communities to safeguard and transmit their cultural identity and heritage, and the protection and promotion of cultural and natural heritage. It also suggest the need to regulate the digital sector, for the benefit of cultural diversity, artists’ intellectual property rights and access to content for all.
It advocates for “a systemic anchoring of culture in public policies”, and “the importance of enhancing synergies between culture and education.” It acknowledges the need to:
An important element of the Declaration, on which the WAAE can continue to advocate and lobby, relates to the goal of supporting “the development of a revised UNESCO framework on culture and arts education, to encompass the evolutions of the cultural sector, in collaboration with relevant stakeholders, such as UNESCO National Commissions and expert networks”.
In addition to the plenary sessions held at the National Auditorium, I was able to attend several thematic sessions, as side-events, of particular interest to the field of arts education including:
“From Policy to Practice: The Role of the 2030 Agenda and Beyond”
Two outcomes were presented in this session: a Zero-draft of a future Culture Goal, that aims to ensure that culture is placed at the heart of development planning. And a new toolkit as a guide to the SDGs for cultural institutions.
“Arts for Dignity, Justice and Peace”
This event was inspired by UNESCO’s Art-Lab for Human Rights and Dialogue, which aimed to encourage intercultural dialogue, ensuring respect for diversity, dignity and human rights, social justice and peacebuilding. Invited speakers provided diverse types of community programs and workshops engaging at-risk populations in artistic interventions in Mexico.
The UNESCO ResiliArt 100 exhibition presented at MONDIACULT, showed the outcomes of the ResiliArt movement launched by UNESCO on April 15 2020, as an open discussion dedicated to artists and culture professionals, to address the challenges that COVID-19 pandemic brought, and the central importance of culture in our lives.
The exhibition, based on the following report, (https://unesdoc.unesco.org/ark:/48223/pf0000382692) presented 14 areas of action in order to respond to current challenges:
As a ministerial and intergovernmental event, there was limited opportunity for more active participation. I received an invitation to attend the pre-conference event “A Culture Goal is Essential for Our Common Future”, from Siljia Fischer, Secretary General of the International Music Council, unfortunately, this event took place on September 27, before my arrival to Mexico city.
The 10th Art Writer Award for High School Students
Essays in English
The Art Writer Award for High School Students is an essay contest on art.
It allows students to develop the ability to convey their ideas and think about art in their own words.
The 10th contest will be held over a two-year period: essays in English in 2022 and essays in Japanese in
Write your thoughts on art in English within 1000 words.
Write about Japanese art.
Write about your experience of creating art work.
Art and Life 2022
Write about art and life in contemporary worldwide situations.
You may write an essay that spans more than one topic.
Application deadline: Friday, Sept 30, 2022
Read More: https://www.geijutsu.tsukuba.ac.jp/~awa/