Meeting place music theatre landscape
Erasmus+ Strategic Partnership, 2015-2017
The Meeting place music theater landscape: Phase 2 was a strategic partnership and aimed to expand the opportunities for both stage artists and landscape architects to develop their methods within conceptions of the current European social landscape, exploring both domestic and inter-country tensions that the landscape contains, both literally and figuratively.
The project aimed to bring together artists, researchers, designers, students, special environments, across the EU institutions with exploration of community, theory and creative practice.
Stockholms konstnärliga högskola was the main coordinator.
An international program for film, media and performing arts.
Building Bridges (15 credits) provided opportunities for students and teachers to broaden their fields of work and meet new aspects of their artistic work in an international context. During one year, 25 students and 10 teachers from five educational institutions meet for three work periods in three different cities. In between, the work was based on distance work in groups formed by a student from each institution.
The partner schools are:
• School of Visual Arts, New York
• Experimental Theatre Wing, TISCH, New York University
• Stockholm konstnärliga högskola
• Zürcher Hochschule der Künste
• Aalto University of Arts, Helsingfors
Erasmus+ Strategic Partnership
This two-year strategic partnership aimed to modernize curricula and teaching and learning methods in higher music education through the further development of the European Music Master for New Audiences and Innovative Practice (NAIP). The strategic partnership was focusing on developing new content and sustainable structures for NAIP education in curricula, mobility and recognition. It developed competence in the field of new target groups and innovative methods, especially in the pedagogical knowledge and skills of NAIP teachers, as well as to strengthen the position of NAIP philosophy in regular education programs. It developed and disseminated ideology creative collaborative learning methods that address the aforementioned problems, with the aim of increasing collaborative composition, improvisation, practice-based research and building personal skills in traditional education.
The Iceland Academy of the Arts was the main coordinator.
Erasmus+ Strategic Partnership, 2015-2018
NextMove was a three-year development project under the Erasmus+ Strategic Partnership program and aimed to explore and develop new technologies to meet the changing needs of today's society in the teaching of dance, music and other art forms.
The Department of Dance Pedagogy at SKH was the main coordinator and together with Stichting ArtEZ in the Netherlands and the Jyske Music Conservatory in Aarhus, Denmark, create a joint course to be performed regularly. The focus was on developing methods and introducing entrepreneurship to reach a new and wider audience.