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Primary independent network organisation for higher arts education Around 300 members in 47 countries, 300,000 students All disciplines Creates new opportunities for members. sample. The European League of Institutes of the Arts. 7 members President, Vice-President(s), Treasurer.

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Primary independent network organisation for higher arts education

Around 300 members in 47 countries, 300,000 students

All disciplines

Creates new opportunities for members

sample

The European League

of Institutes

of the Arts

organisation

7 members

President, Vice-President(s), Treasurer

Organisation

Executive Office

Currently 6.1 fte.

Coordinates daily affairs

Executive Group

Representative Board

22 members

Elected by the General Assembly

ELIA Members

Participate in projects & networks

Host conferences

Gather in General Assembly

advocacy

Advocacy

Consultations

Green Paper Unlocking the potential of Cultural & Creative Industries

EU Culture Programme 2013-2020

Position papers

Bologna position papers

Artistic Research Strategy Paper

Creativity & Innovation

Releasing the potential for arts&design research in Europe

Platforms and working groups

Cultural and Creative Industries

Access to Culture

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Involvement in Relevant

European Policy Developments

> Skills and competences; Sectoral Skills Council - DG Employment

> Creative partnerships; Knowledge alliances - Lifelong Learning Programme

> The lively domain of artistic research and a new generation of artist-researchers -

HORIZON

> Developing a joint European Qualifications Framework for the Architecture,

Performing and Visual Arts, Music – Bologna

> Quality assurance and peer reviews – Bologna

> European Creative Industries Alliance/European Design Leadership Board - DG

Enterprise

>European University Ranking System

events

Events

ELIA Biennial

> Approx. 500 participants

> Covers all disciplines

> Includes General Assembly

> Active participation of members and

partner networks

1990 Amsterdam

1992 Strasbourg

1994 Berlin

1996 Lisbon

1998 Helsinki

2000 Barcelona

  • 2002 Dublin
  • 2004 Luzern
  • 2006 Gent
  • 2008 Gothenburg
  • 2010 Nantes
  • Vienna

2014 Glasgow

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Events

ELIA Biennial 2014

13-15 November 2014

Glasgow

Hosted by

Glasgow School of Art

Royal Conservatoire of Scotland

www.eliabiennial.com

quality assurance enhancement

Quality Assurance & Enhancement

EQ-Arts

EQ-arts offers a distinctive approach towards QA&E, using a methodology specifically tailored for Higher Arts Education Institutions, which embraces all arts disciplines.

EQ-arts is a community of trained and highly experienced QA&E experts who use a methodology of institutional review tested through conducting institutional and subject reviews across Europe over the past six years.

EQ-arts provides:

Higher arts education institutions, preparing for European Quality measures, comprehensive guidance about how to establish a ‘quality’ culture;

Institutional and/or subject peer review by an international panel of ELIA trained and experienced experts;

Workshops in

Training and development of QA&E experts,

Qualifications frameworks and learning outcomes,

How to prepare for an institutional/subject peer review;

Trained and experienced QA&E experts for national accreditation processes.

projects

SHARE Handbook Artistic Research

Launch 25 November 2013 Brussels

Projects

SHARE Academic Network 2010-2013

“Step-Change in Higher Arts Research and Education”

Establishing a European Research Area in the arts

Co-ordinated by ELIA and GradCAM, Dublin

Three sub-networks:

Graduate schools

Development Third Cycle

Artists, researchers & supervisors

Conferences in Helsinki (2011), London (2012),

Brussels (2013)

www.sharenetwork.eu

2003 Los Angeles

2005 London

2007 Hong Kong

partners

Partners

ALIA

Asian League of

Institutes of the Arts

 Founded Seoul, South Korea

6 October 2012

2003 Los Angeles

2005 London

2007 Hong Kong

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Latest Edition:

E/MERGE

27 – 29 November 2013

Helsinki

Events

Leadership Symposium

Approx. 100 participants

Brings together presidents, rectors, directors, decision makers and senior management

2003 Los Angeles

2005 London

2007 Hong Kong

  • 2009 Zurich
  • Vancouver
  • 2013 Helsinki
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Last Edition:

    • Preparing the Artists of Tomorrow
    • 24-26 June 2013
    • Utrecht and Amsterdam
  • Next Edition:
    • 2015
    • Tilburg

Events

Teachers’ Academy

> Approx. 120 participants

> Workshops and lectures

> Informal setting

> 2012 & 2013 combined with NEU/NOW

2003 Barcelona

2004 Rotterdam

2007 Brighton

2008 Sofia

2012 Porto

2013 Utrecht and Amsterdam

2014 Tilburg

  • 2003 Barcelona
  • 2005 Rotterdam
  • 2007 Brighton
  • 2009 Sofia
  • Porto
  • Utrecht/Amsterdam
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www.neunow.com

Projects

NEU/NOW Festival

2003 Los Angeles

2005 London

2007 Hong Kong

projects2

Last Edition:

22-26 June

2013

Amsterdam

Next Edition:

12-16 November

2014

Glasgow

Projects

NEU/NOW LIVE Festival

2009 Vilnius

2010 Nantes

2011 Tallinn

2012 Porto

2013 Amsterdam

2014 Glasgow

Annual festival for

graduating artistic talent

in all disciplines

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Fatima Dunn & Mirjam von Ow, Landfall

    • Zürcher Hochschule Der Künste
  • Switzerland
  • Music/Sound
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NtandoCele, Face Off

Amsterdamse Hogeschool Voor De Kunsten

Netherlands

Theatre/Dance

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NevinPetrovic, Billboard

Akademija Dramske Umjetnosti Zagreb

Croatia

Visual Arts

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Ricardo Yui, La Costa Verde

Ecole Nationale Supérieure De La Photographie Arles

France & Peru

Visual Arts

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Nadège Abadie, 32 Boulevard de Magenta

Ecole Nationale Supérieure Louis Lumière

France

Film

challenges for higher arts education

Challenges for Higher Arts Education

> Making Higher Arts Education more responsive to technological change

> Developing artistic research and experimentation (Masters + PhD)

>Cultural entrepreneurship, Incubator units/start-up companies, services

> Creative partnerships + private-public partnerships

> Art schools as part of cultural districts; creative clusters, urban renewal;

> Internationalisation/globalisation

> Interdisciplinarity, links with science, business, technology

> Sharper focus in innovation (product; social innovation, cultural participation)

> Integration into larger educational structures

2003 Los Angeles

2005 London

2007 Hong Kong

developing profiles artschools

Independent; cutting edge, international; high artistic standards

The CCIs come to us, not the other way around

Strong professional focus; close collaboration with the industries (design, music, theatre dance)

We train the professionals for the sector

Regional embedding; focus on cultural participation, social development, interwoven with local cultural sector and CCIs

We are part of the creative fabric of the city

Knowledge centre; experimentation, research, embedded in academia; Masters’ and PhD programmes

We train the innovators and strategic thinkers of tomorrow

Multi-and cross-disciplinary focus embedded in a larger university. (design, digital media, audiovisual representation, visual culture, architecture, technologies, urban planning)

We produce the specialists, business and society needs nowadays

  • Independent; cutting edge, international; high artistic standards. “The CCIs come to us, not the other way around”
  • Strong professional focus; close collaboration with the industries (design, music, theatre dance) “We train the professionals for the sector”;
  • Regional embedding; focus on cultural participation, social development, interwoven with local cultural sector and CCIs “We are part of the creative fabric of the city”;
  • Knowledge centre; experimentation, research, embedded in academia; Masters’ and PhD programmes. “We train the innovators and strategic thinkers of tomorrow”;
  • Multi-and cross-disciplinary focus embedded in a larger university. (design, digital media, audiovisual representation, visual culture, architecture, technologies, urban planning) We produce the specialists, business and society needs nowadays.

Developing Profiles Artschools

contact

www.elia.artschools.org

[email protected]

On Facebook: facebook.com/elia.artschools

On Twitter: @ELIAartschools

On Vimeo: vimeo.com/eliaartschools

Contact

ELIA Office

Beulingstraat 8

1017 BA Amsterdam

The Netherlands

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