AEC Newsletter June 2020
 
Celebrating and looking forward

Let us celebrate that life is slowly getting back to normal again in an increasing number of our member institutions after the COVID-19 crisis, and that we can look forward to the AEC Congress also this year, however mostly as an online event, generously taken over by mdw, Vienna. Then in 2021, The Royal Conservatory of Antwerp will be ready for hosting a full-scaled Congress followed by Lyon in 2022!

And let us celebrate the recent announcement of the Vienna Declaration on Artistic Research signed by all major players in the field. The declaration brings together all art forms in a joint understanding of the discipline and is a claim for full recognition of Artistic Research as an independent category of research, also within the OECD Frascati Manual.
Enjoy the summer!
Eirik Birkeland
AEC President
 
French translation   -  German translation

News on the European Budget for Culture

For more than a year, negotiations have been under way to agree on the future Multiannual Financial Framework (MFF), the long-term budget of the European Union for the period 2021 to 2027.
How did COVID-19 affect the budgets of Erasmus+ and Creative Europe?

 
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The Vienna Declaration on Artistic Research

The Vienna Declaration has finally been officially adopted and presented to the public a few days ago. The Vienna Declaration is a strategy paper that promotes the full recognition of Artistic Research as a research discipline of its own dignity all across Europe.

 
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International Relations Coordinators: News and Publications.

After the publication of the IRCs Manifesto 2020 and its accompanying video, the IRCs working group will deliver the IRCs Annual Meeting in hybrid format.

 
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Welcome to the new members

In the past months, five institutions applied to become members of the AEC community. The AEC Council granted these institutions Active and Associate Membership of the organisation and today we would like to extend a warm welcome to our brand newmembers.
 
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AEC Goes Green – Statement on AEC and environmental sustainability

AEC decides to take action in relation to environmental sustainability and climate change as part of its Action Plan 2020.

 
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The Conservatorio di Milano reopens its doors with safety measures

The Conservatorio di Musica “G. Verdi” in Milan, Italy, reopened its doors to students, teachers and audience with the implementation of safety measures.
 
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Call for papers - Journal of Music, Technology and Education

A special issue of the Journal of music, technology and education welcomes papers addressing the role and significance of technology and digital learning in teaching and learning in higher music education, with a particular focus on performance programmes.
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New project partnership: ECMA PRO - International career development and socially engaged outreach in chamber music

The aim of this new project is  to support young ensembles in the development of their international careers and develop new performance formats.
 
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AEC Events

Important news about the upcoming AEC events!
 
 Events

24-26
Sep.
2020
Annual Meeting for International Relations Coordinators (IRCs Meeting)Conservatorio Superior de Música de Vigo and online
6-7
Nov.
2020
AEC Annual Congress and General AssemblyUniversity of Music and Performing Arts - mdw and online
 
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News from the AEC project SMS

The Student Working Group celebrated the World Music Day on 21 June with a live discussion on artistic identity. Students and alumni from across Europe came together to discuss this topic, which is central to all musicians beyond genres. Watch the discussion here!


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