DAY 1 SATURDAY 30 JULY 2016 @ HOMERTON COLLEGE & FACULTY OF EDUCATION

(9:45 AM) BIBAC opening performance Chartwell Dutiro (SOAS London)
Voices Of Ancestors – which, in its cultural context, is Mystic Mbira Music of Shona people of Zimbabwe.

(Papers slots are 20 mins each (15 min presentation + 5 min Q&A). Workshops are 45 mins each.

// To download and print the full programme for the whole three days of events follow this link //

SESSION A : COMMENCES 11.15 AM

Arts in society
Chair : Rachel Lai
(Room 1S3)
Interdisciplinarity
Chair: Gabby Arenge
(Room GS4)
Interculturality
Chair: Susmita Pujara
(Room GS5)
Marián López Fdz. CAO
Diversity, diving into diversity in museum and in the city. READ MORE >>
Hannu SALMI & Kristóf FENYVESI
Create your own art with mathematics and create your own mathematics with art!
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Petrina HANLY
South Africa: a cultural calabash. Reimagining cultural identity through theatre. READ MORE >>
Mohammad Shahidul Islam CHOWDHURY
Sexuality and society: challenges and possibilities. READ MORE >>
Daniel A. WALZER & Jesse M. HEINES
“Teaching a computer to sing”: Preliminary findings from a middle school after-school pilot program integrating computer programming and music education.
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Kate HATTON
Poetical journeys: the implications of adopting broad contexts of analysis and intersecting discourses for intercultural arts research.
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Tyler DENMEAD
Cultivating baristas? Learning to labor in the creative city’s cosmopolitan service sector.
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Merete Morken ANDERSEN
Healing the split in the digital age: the ways of arts and science. READ MORE >>
Richard FAY, Ros HAWLEY &
Elinor SHERWOOD
‘Klezmer returns to college’ – intercultural experience and social engagement through musical performance READ MORE >>

 

SESSION B : COMMENCES 3.15 PM

Interdisciplinary – intercultural practice
Chair: Gabby Arenge
(Room 1S3)
Interdisciplinary arts – medicine
Chair: Susmita Pujara
(Room GS4)
Theorising practice-led research
Chair : Tatjana Dragovic
(Room GS5)
Birgitte BAUER-NILSEN
The choreographer’s view – choreographic practice and strategy as a method in the creation of an intercultural performance.
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Hadas MARCUS
Promoting environmental awareness through ecodrama and ecomusicology. READ MORE >>
Kylie STEVENSON
A map of practice: envisioning music practice-led research in a higher degree context. READ MORE >>

 

Zhuomin HUANG
An interdisciplinary exploration of ‘who I am’: using visual-creative-arts to understandintercultural personhood.
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Neslihan ONDER-OZDEMIR
Publish or perish in medicine. READ MORE >>
Sunnie Yang HE
Developing an arts entrepreneurial competence framework (AECF) in mainland China – a study of tertiary music education in Guangzhou. READ MORE >>
Ayşe GULER
Improving intuition through music in visual art processes by means of a new practice based research method a/r/tography: Painting George Gershwin’s Cuban overture.
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Ho WAI-ON
A cross cultural combined arts prototype arising from cancer and remembering Cantonese opera. READ MORE >>
Tatjana DRAGOVIC
Leadership development programme with a twist. READ MORE >>

 

SESSION C : 4.45 PM

Intercultural meanings / community spaces
Chair : Tatjana Dragovic
(Room 1S3)
Performing
poetry / creative
work-creative cities
Chair : Julie Blake
(Room GS4)
Interdisciplinary & intercultural productions & learning
Chair : Stephen Fairbanks
(Room GS3)
Arts research community forum
Chair : Liz Winter
(Room GS5)
Paper – workshops
Chairs:
Gabby Arenge
(Room 2S5)
Shelley TRACEY
Exploring the ‘Inter’ in intercultural in the context of community arts in Northern Ireland: methods, metaphors, models and a manuscript.
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(4.45-5.05 pm)
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Susan WEST &
Pauline GRIFFITHS
Simply Singing: the practice and politics of music making in cross-institutional, intercultural and interdisciplinary space.
(5.10-5.30 pm)

Cristina FERNANDEZ RECASENS
Mariona MASGRAU JUANOLA
Ariadna SARRATS
CARBO
Dancing words / embodying words. How body movement helps in poetry experimentation.
A didactic experience.
(4.45-5.05 pm)
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Tyler DENMEAD
Creative Illusions: the false promise of 21st labour.
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(5.10-5.30 pm)
Johanna Maria ROELS
Children on wings – dimensions of interdisciplinary & transdisciplinary learning.
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Kristina KOLBEBetween Diversity and Elitism – Researching the sociocultural implications of contemporary music production in Berlin
Liora BRESLER & Team:
Former Doctoral Student Forum

Mentoring as an interactive research pathway: The proliferation of ideas across disciplinary cultures.
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Donna Murray Tiedge
Kimber Andrews
Koji Matsunobu
Tawnya Smith
Tracie Costantino
(4.45-5.30 pm)
Susmita PUJARA Measuring the treasure: evaluating intercultural arts.
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