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The Annual Meeting for International Relations Coordinators 2018 will take place at the Academy of Performing Arts in Prague, Czech Republic, from 19 to 22 September 2019.
The meeting is meant for administrative or teaching staff members in Conservatoires who deal with international relations and European programmes (such as ERASMUS), as well as for institutions not familiar with these programmes, but with an interest in becoming involved.
The meeting is important for networking, exchanging useful information and for developing partnerships. With this annual meeting, the AEC is bringing together a growing community of International Relations Coordinators. The programme of the meeting, as well as other important documents and policies on the field of international relations of conservatoires, are the result of the collaboration between the AEC office and the IRCs Developmental Working Group
The IRCs Developmental Working Group:
Bruno Pereira (ESMAE, Porto) - Chairman
Hanneleen Pihlak (Estonian Academy of Music and Theatre, Tallin) - EASY subgroup
Christofer Fredriksson (University College of Opera - part of the Stockholm University of the Arts, Stockholm)
Jan-Gerd Krüger (Prins Claus Conservatorium, Groningen)
Dimitrios Marinos (Athens Conservatoire)
Frauke Velghe (Hogent, Gent)
Sara Primiterra (AEC Events and Project Manager) - Working Group Coordinator and EASY project manager
Ingeborg Radok Zadna - representative of the hosting institution
Roberto Boschelli (former student at Conservatorio Stanislao Giacomantonio Cosenza) - Student Representative
The AEC working groups members work on the preparation of AEC events on voluntary basis. The AEC Preparatory Working Groups are all formed by coopting active individuals in the relevant field of specialization within AEC member institutions. Proactivity, as well as geographical and gender balances are the applied criteria to guarantee the diverse and dynamic character of the groups, who should ideally recreate the diversity of AEC members institutions.
Working group members are financially supported by their home institutions, which cover their travel and accommodation expenses to the working group meetings and to the actual event.