II International Seminar on Research in Musical Education (SIEM) // I International Congress on Creativity in Artistic Education (CICREA)
Presented by: Federación de Sociedades Musicales de la Comunidad Valenciana and Berklee Valencia Where: Las Naves - Calle de Joan Verdeguer 16-24, 46024, Valencia When: Wednesday June 27, 9 a.m. (local time) Event link: https://siemcicreavalencia2018.wordpress.com/inicio/ How to Attend: Tickets required
Berklee's campus in Valencia, along with other institutions, partners with Federación de Sociedades Musicales de la Comunidad Valenciana (Music Associations Federation in the Valencian Community) in its 50th Anniversary to present the II International Seminar on Research in Musical Education (SIEM) and the I International Congress on Creativity in Artistic Education (CICREA), taking place on June 27th, 28th, and 29th. Berklee Valencia will also host one of the event's presentation.
The general objective of this Seminar / International Congress is to present a series of proposals and reflections on the course carried out by tutors, doctoral students, and teaching staff so that they remain useful for researchers, doctoral programs, and future doctors or Teachers in active employment, both in formal and non-formal education. The Seminar / Congress has been designed in an eminently participatory way so that it helps us to define specific actions that lead to lines of research and innovation in arts education and to encourage collaboration between national and international doctoral programs, as well as a clear commitment to innovation in educational practices.
The Seminar / Research Congress will be focused on the field of artistic creativity and will be a relevant meeting at the national and international levels, bringing together researchers, teaching staff and students from the university context and higher music conservatories, as well as teachers of ‘Primary Education, Secondary Education or Music Schools. It will count with the participation of four invited experts of recognized value of national and international scope in the field of the investigation in arts education. Moreover, it has a scientific committee made up of renowned professors/investigators with a recognized track record in the field of arts education in general and especially in music. A wide range of universities and Spanish conservatories will participate.
These types of meetings are of considerable value and need in the field of musical education. It should be noted that it is the first International Congress of these dimensions in the field of musical and artistic creativity organized in Valencia.
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