THE BOOK OF PROCEEDINGS IS AVAILABLE!
With extended abstracts of our keynote speakers, the Conference Book is now available.
The Scientific and Organising Committee wishes to thank all presenters and participants for their contributions! We invite everyone to join us in Budapest again, at the 2. ELTE Workshop for Arts Education to be organised in June 2018 at the Faculty of Humanities of ELTE University. In focus: music education, central theme: creativity.
FINAL PROGRAM AND JOINING INFORMATION
A new version of the final program is available on the website here.
Please download your joining information.
Registration opens at 8:00 on 23 June at ELTE, Faculty of Science, (1117 Budapest, Pázmány Alley 1/A, Ground Floor). The workshop opens at 14:00 in Room 0.65, Ground Floor. See you there!
REVIEW RESULTS ARE AVAILABLE
SUBMISSION DEADLINE PROPONGED TILL 7 MAY!
VISUAL LITERACY FRAMEWORK, DRAMA EDUCATION WORLDWIDE, MUSIC AND SOCIAL SKILLS, DUTCH ARTS CURRICULUM
Program highlights, 24 June: Ernst Wagneron the European Network of Visual Literacy (EnVIL) and College of Education, Munich;
Sanja Krsmanović Tasić, President, General Meeting Committee (GMC) of International Drama/Theatre and Education Association-IDEA on the current necessity of drama education; Viola van Lanschot Hubrecht, SLO experton the Dutch arts curriculum and assessment system; Katie Overy, Senior Lecturer and Director, University of Edinburgh, Reid School of Music, Institute for Music in Human and Social Development, (IMHSD), UK on music education and social skills development.
INTERDISCIPLINARY ARTS AND SCIENCE PROGRAMS: BRIDGES, EXPERIENCE WORKSHOP, POLYESTHETIC EDUCATION ASSOCIATIO
See the exhibition and take part in the exhibition and demonstrations of the International Experience Workshop.
Educational implications will be presented by Kristóf Fenyvesi, Department of Music, Art and Culture Studies, University of Jyväskylä and Vice-President of BRIDGES Organization, the world largest math-art community and Zsolt Lavicza, Johannes Kepler University, STEM Education Centre, Linz, Austria. Gerhard Hofbauer, President of the International Polyaesthetic Education will introduce this international artists’ and scientists’ community
OPENING LECTURES, 23 JUNE, FROM 2 P. M.: VISUAL ARTS AND MUSIC EDUCATION AND BRAIN RESEARCH
Mira Kallio-Tavin, School of Arts, Design and Architecture, Aalto University, Helsinki, Finland will show how youth culture is represented in arts education in Finland.
Tamás Freund, Director of the Institute of Experimental Medicine, Hungarian Academy of Sciences, in Budapest and winner of the International Brain Prize will show the relevance of arts on cognitive functioning.