PHOENIX: A multimedia Renaissance

Completed

PHOENIX: A multimedia Renaissance

New Employability Within Self-Leadership in Music Academic Programs (NEWS IN MAP)

Contract Number

Description

The Project aims are;

– to broaden education related to the world of work in contemporary art

– to orient teaching and workshop to labor market in order to offer the students more chances

of employment in the field of contemporary art in Europe (self-promotion)

– to network performing arts production with reference to the performing and creative praxis

in which artists play in real time while they stay in places far away from each other

Main topics of the Project are;

– theory and practice of network arts production

– composition using sound and visual aesthetic project

– multidisciplinary installations/performances

Expected outcomes are;

– network for the promotion of productions made in the IP

– installations or performances

– creation of virtual totem

– development of the relationships between the IP participants and curators/directors of art galleries

Project Website

Start Date

2012

End Date

2013

Budget

37.353,42 €

Institutional Budget

Coordinator

Conservatorio di Musica S.Giacomantonio – Cosenza, Italy

Program

LLP/ ERASMUS- Intensive Programmes (IP)

Status

COMPLETED

Partners

  • Yaşar University – Turkey
  • Conservatorio di Musica”S. Pietro a Majella” – Italy
  • Escola Superior de Músicae Artes do Espectáculo – Portugal
  • Tromsø Universiy – Norway
  • Koninklijk Conservatorium – Belgium
  • University of Malta – Malta
  • Koninklijk Conservatorium – Holland
  • Academy of Performing Arts – Slovakia

Institutional Project Coordinator

Assist.Prof.Dr. Payam GÜL SUSANNİ