ELTE workshop for Arts Education, Budapest, june 2017

Conference website: http://ewae.elte.hu, http://mpk.elte.hu/en
Abstract submission till 30 April.
Venue: ELTE University, Faculty of Science, H-1117 Budapest, Pázmány Péter sétány (Alley) No. 1/A.
Hotel closest to the conference venue: ibis Styles Budapest City Hotel
PRELIMINARY PROGRAM:
23 June 2017
12:00-18:00: Registration
14:00-14:15: OPENING OF THE WORKSHOP, ANDREA KÁRPÁTI, Chair, Visual Culture Research Group of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences at ELTE University and MIKLÓS KOCSIS, Director, Research Institute for the Arts, Hungarian Academy of Arts, Budapest
14:15-15:15: YOUTH VISUAL CULTURE PRACTICES AND THEIR RELEVANCE FOR ART EDUCATION IN FINLAND. MIRA KALLIO-TAVIN, Head of InSEA Finland and the Nordic Visual Studies and Art Education (NoVA), Senior Lecturer, School of Arts, Design and Architecture, Aalto University, Helsinki, Finland
15:20-16:05: CULTURAL HERITAGE AND FUNCTIONALITY OF MUSIC EDUCATION. DAMIEN SAGRILLO, Professor of Music, University of Luxemburg, Faculty of Arts, Research Centre for Politics, Social Institutions and Spaces (IPSE), Luxemburg.
16:05-16:25: Coffee break
16:25-17:10: ECOLOGY OF THE SOUL: THE NECESSITY OF DRAMA EDUCATION IN THE XXI CENTURY. SANJA TASIĆ, President, General Meeting Committee (GMC) of International Drama/Theatre and Education Association-IDEA, President, CEDEUM-Centre for Drama in Education and Art, artistic director, Hleb Teatar
17:15-18:15: THEMATIC PAPER PRESENTATION SESSIONS AND WORKSHOPS: 1. Visual arts, design and media; 2. Theatre and drama; 3. Music and dance; 4. Interdisciplinary aesthetic education; 5. Child and youth culture.
18:30-20:00: RELEVANCE OF ARTS ON COGNITIVE FUNCTIONING. TAMÁS FREUND, Director of the Institute of Experimental Medicine, Hungarian Academy of Sciences, and Head of the Department of Neurosciences, Pázmány Péter Catholic University, in Budapest and winner of the Brain Prize.
24 June 2017
8:00-10:00: Registration
9:00-10:00: ASSESSMENT TASKS BASED ON THE EUROPEAN FRAMEWORK OF VISUAL LITERACY (preliminary title). ERNST WAGNER, Principal Investigator, European Network of Visual Literacy (EnVIL) and Professor, College of Education, Munich.
10:05-11:05: KATIE OVERY, Senior Lecturer and Director, University of Edinburgh, Reid School of Music, Institute for Music in Human and Social Development, (IMHSD), UK: THE MUSICAL BRAIN: LEARNING AND MEMORY
11:05-11:20: Coffee break
INTERRELATIONSHIPS OF MATHEMATICS AND ART PRESENTED THROUGH EXHIBITIONS AND WORKSHOPS BY KRISTÓF FENYVESI, UNIVERSITY OF STEAM Transdisciplinary Learning & Contemporary Culture Studies, Department of Art and Culture Studies, University of Jyväskylä, Finland and The Bridges Organization AND ZSOLT LAVICZA, University of Cambridge, Faculty of Education, Queens’ College, UK, Johannes Kepler University, STEM Education Centre, Linz, Austria and International GeoGebra Institute)
13:15-14:00: Lunch
14:00-15:00: VIOLA VAN LANSCHOT HUBRECHT, curriculum expert for Arts Education, National Curriculum Design Center (SLO), Enschede, The Netherlands
15:05-16:05:
„AESTHETIC BILDUNG”: RISING TO THE CHALLENGE OF LEARNING WITHIN A MULTI-DIMENSIONAL SYSTEMIC FRAMEWORK. GERHARD HOFBAUER, President, International Association for Polyaesthetic Education
16:05-16:30: Coffee break
16:30-18:00: THEMATIC PAPER PRESENTATION SESSIONS AND WORKSHOPS: 1. Visual arts, design and media; 2. Theatre and drama; 3. Music and dance; 4. Interdisciplinary aesthetic education; 5. Child and youth culture.
18:00-18:30: CLOSURE OF EWAE 2017, INAUGURATION OF EAWE 2018: Andrea Kárpáti, Chair, Visual Culture Research Group of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences and ELTE University, Gábor Bodnár, Associate Professor and Chair, Department of Music Education, Faculty of Arts, ELTE University, Budapest.
EXHIBITIONS:
WORKS FROM THE ARCHIVES OF THE DÜSSELDORF ACADEMY OF ART presented by KUNIBERT BERING AND JUTTA STRÖTER-BENDER
HUNGARIAN ART EDUCATION: TRADITION AND INNOVATION presented by the VISUAL CULTURE RESEARCH GROUP of the Hungarian Academy of Science and ELTE University
INTERDISCIPLINARY ARTS AND SCIENCE EXHIBITION by the International Experience Workshop presented by KRISTÓF FENYVESI
“THE EXPERIENCE OF SCIENCE” – Selected works from the project based Hungarian Secondary School Student Competition presented by BÉLA ZOMBORI, Head of the Child and Youth Workshop and Archives

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