October, 28th to November 1st in 2019 // Frankurt am Main (Germany)
International Drama/Theatre and Education Association (IDEA), International Society of Education through Art (InSEA), International Society for Music Education (ISME) and World Dance Alliance (WDA) have joined together to create the World Alliance for Arts Education – a powerful voice for advocacy, networking and research.
International Drama/Theatre and Education Association
International Society for Education through Art
International Society for Music Education
World Dance Alliance
BVTS (National Association for Theatre In Schools, Germany)
In cooperation with Frankfurt City council, “Schultheater-Studio Frankfurt”, German associations for arts education, Deutscher Kulturrat,...
2019, October, 28th , 04.00 PM until November 1st , 01.00 PM
Registration starts at 01.00 PM on Monday, Oct. 28th
Hotels and conference-venues are close to “Museums-Ufer” Frankfurt-Main-City-centre and –Sachsenhausen, and in institutions/schools for musical, fine arts, dance and theatre education.
One-Day-Prizes for part-time-participants without accomodation:
Mo / Fr - 15 € p.P.
Tu / Wed / Thu - 25 € p.P.
Registration please via form or e-mail.
Payment cash in the conference.
WAAE has discussed important Arts Education issues in annual international summits since 2006. In March 2019 the WAAE will meet in Egypt and initiate future planning, this meeting will be followed by a conference in Frankfurt, where WAAE will review UNESCO Arts education policies and chart a plan for the next 5 years of action.
IDEA, InSEA, ISME and WDA invite all experts and representatives of their associations from all parts of the world and UNESCO to an international conference in Frankfurt/M, Germany, on October, 28th to November 1st in 2019.
UNESCO stated clearly at the World Arts Education conference in Seoul 2010 the need to: “Enact policies and deploy resources to ensure sustainable access to:
What has happened since 2010 in diverse formal education systems worldwide? Has there been any progress in approaching aspirations of the Seoul Agenda?
In Frankfurt we aim to focus on evaluating the situation of Arts Education in formal education (Schools) - quantity, quality, accessibility, models for arts cooperation etc.. We invite researchers and experts from national arts education associations to contribute to the evaluation of diverse ‘real situations’, judge them and discuss strategic planning with UNESCO experts about next steps and aims for the next decade of arts education policy.