BY: KANG Sue-jin, South Korea
Dancer, Artistic Director of the Korean National Ballet
International Theatre Institute ITI World Organization for the Performing Arts
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Arts Education Research for Cultural Diversity and Sustainable Development UNITWIN International Graduate Research Symposium 2022
FOR graduate (and recently graduated) students to submit a presentation proposal for an arts education research symposium. The purpose of this FREE virtual online meeting is to allow graduate students from around the world to share and discuss their arts education research and engage in helpful dialogue. Students can present on any stage of their dissertation, thesis, or project-based research ( formal, informal and alternative format presentations).
Symposium Dates: June 20 and 22, 2022
Proposals due by: May 23, 2022
Notice of acceptance by: June 6, 2022
2022 Asia Teaching Artist (TA) Exchange Workshop and Joint Projects (on Socially Engaged Arts Education)
In an aim to boost exchange among arts education practitioners in Korea and Asia, the Korea Arts and Culture Education Service (KACES) continues to offer programs that emphasize 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, KACES is putting together the 2022 Asia Teaching Artist (TA) Exchange Workshop and Joint Projects on Socially Engaged Arts Education, designed for literature study and research on relevant and resonant topics for the Asian region, and putting the outcomes into action through group projects following the workshop. The purpose of this year’s workshop and joint projects is to promote a sustainable network of arts education practitioners in Asia for vibrant and continuous exchanges, and to revisit the definition and role of teaching artists in the region. #Korea-Asia #Social Engagement #Arts Education Practice #Exchange #Workshop #Group Projects #Joint Project #Call for Proposals #Call for Working Groups We wholeheartedly appreciate your interest and participation.
□ How to Apply
ㅇ Apply via the link(https://forms.gle/EKnXnPXDfj2pjkcUA)
and send the proposal to firstname.lastname@example.org
ㅇ Application Deadline: April 11 (Mon.) May 2 (Mon.) 17:00 (KST), 2022
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Call for Proposals
Title: Arts Education: A Global Affair
Editor: Bernard W. Andrews, University of Ottawa, Canada
Description of the Project:
Arts education programs and research have increased significantly across the globe since the beginning of the century. Alternate forms of arts instruction, such as small-group learning, individualized instruction and the learning circle, and new forms of arts-based research, such as ethnodrama, a/r/t/ography and poetic inquiry, have arisen and made significant contributions to the arts education community. Moreover, teaching and research in arts education have changed significantly as a consequence of the world-wide pandemic, Covid-19. Emerging variants have exacerbated the situation and show no signs of subsiding. In response to these challenges, arts educators and researchers have developed new modes of instructional delivery and data collection. These include asynchronous, synchronous, hybrid and bi-modal online learning, and online questionnaires, surveys, focus groups, and video interviews. This peer-reviewed book, entitled Arts Education: A Global Affair, published by Brill of Leiden, The Netherlands will highlight the adaptations that arts educators and researchers have undertaken to successfully adjust to the new reality in education. This book will provide a valuable resource for students, teachers, professors and researchers in the arts disciplines, media studies, education, and cultural studies.
Bernie Andrews is Professor of Education at the University of Ottawa. He is a member of the Review Board of the International Journal of Music Education. His most recent books are Andrews, B. W. (Ed.). (2019). Perspectives on arts education research in Canada, Vol. I: Surveying the landscape. Leiden, The Netherlands: Brill/Sense and Andrews, B. W. (2020). (Ed.), Perspectives on arts education research in Canada, Vol. II: Issues and directions. Leiden, The Netherlands: Brill/Sense.
The 35th ISME international conference on music education takes place virtually from July 17th - 22nd of 2022. This will be preceded by a week of specialised international seminars hosted by the ISME Commissions and Forum. The theme for the conference is A Visible Voice, an aim at encouraging participation and recognition of diverse music education activities and processes, and hence the cultural diversity of the players, materials and procedures of music education. Early bird registration takes place from January 2022. Please visit the website (www.isme.org) for more information.
The World Dance Alliance (WDA) will be holding its annual International dance conference as per the following:
Style: Digital meeting (NOT face to face at this stage)
Title: SWEAT – Hong Kong International Dance Festival.
Date: 13-25 June 2022
Organised by Hong Kong Academy of Performing Arts
SWEAT website: https://sweat-festival.hkapa.edu/
WDA global summit open call: https://sweat-festival.hkapa.edu/eSites/opencall/Home
This year, we wish to collect the voices of art educators to spread out during the celebrations of the international arts education week during May 23-29, 2022. Here are our plans: https://www.waae.online/iwae-socialmedia.html
9th world congress of IDEA (International Drama Education Association DRAMA 4ALL. Drama for tall and small. Celebrating drama in a changing world
The 9th world congress of IDEA (International Drama Education Association DRAMA 4ALL. Drama for tall and small. Celebrating drama in a changing world will be held in Iceland from 4th to 8th of July 2022 .The Congress is hosted by IDEA member FLISS – The Icelandic Drama in Education Association and The University
of Iceland, School of Education. By hosting the congress FLISS and the UI aim to celebrate drama as asubject in its own right in compulsory education as part of the curriculum.
IDEA welcomes all drama educators, cultural workers, theatre artists,researchers, teachers and students from all over the world to this common arena for inspiration and development.
Registration for the Congress is open from January 2022, and the papers and workshop proposals are accepted until 15th of January.
Please visit the website (https://ideaiceland.com/) for more information.
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.