Seminar on Migration and the Arts: Borders, Intercultural Collaborations and Education, Nov 30 - Dec 1
Seminar on Migration and the Arts: Borders, Intercultural Collaborations and Education
Online / Malmö, Nov 30 - Dec 1
In this seminar we join forces to expand knowledge on migration flows and sustainable societies through inviting knowledge forms from the Arts. The presenters represent research and practice from theatre and music and all share a deep interest and experience from wor- king in intercultural settings, with challenging, innovative and promi- sing methods to see beyond the taken for granted understandings of a multi dimensional world. The seminar invites to a multidisciplinary conversation with science and stakeholders in the local community to imagine an inclusive and anti-oppressive future.
This event is BY INVITATION ONLY.
If you would like to be considered for an invitation to this event, please send an email to jorgen [dot] daghlqvist [at] thm [dot] lu (jorgen.daghlqvist)jorgen [dot] daghlqvist [at] thm [dot] lu [dot] se (@)jorgen [dot] daghlqvist [at] thm [dot] lu [dot] se (thm.lu.se.)
A Zoom link will be communicated to enrolled participants before the start of the event.
Monday, November 30th
Check-in and Welcome
Arts for Children, Cultural Diversity and the Production of Difference
Presenter: Jan Sverre Knudsen, Oslo Metropolitan University
Music Education in Times of Trouble
Presenter: Eva Sæther, Malmö Academy of Music, Lund University
Music Education for Sustainable Development. Presentation of PhD Project
Presenter: Lina Van Doreen, Malmö Academy of Music, Lund University
The Arts and the Music School: Culture for All?
Presenter: Jalle Lorensson, Malmö Arts and Music School
Staging Migration: Rhetoric, Representation, and Reception in Swedish Children’s Theater
Presenters: Rebecca Brinch, Department of Culture and Aesthetics and at the Centre for the Studies of Children’s Culture, Stockholm University and Ylva Lorentzon, Depart- ment for child and youth studies at Stockholm university
Intercultural Collaboration from the Perspective of Transculturation
Presenter: Nguyễn Thanh Thủy, Malmö Academy of Music, Lund University
Performance + Artist Talk: Intercultural Collaborations in Music
Presenters: Pär Moberg and Yahia Alnajem, Malmö Academy of Music, Lund University
Reflections on Possibilities and Pitfalls from Using Appreciative Inquiry in a Cross- cultural Research Project
Presenter: Danielle Treacy, Sibelius Academy, University of the Arts Helsinki
Sounding Democratic Societies? Music and Migration at the Simrishamn Kulturskola
Presenter: Carrie Danielson, Department of Arts and Cultural Sciences, Lund University
Tuesday, December 1st
Heritagelore: Performances of Home Against the Political Backdrop of Migration
Presenters: Thomas O’Dell and Lizette Gradén, Department of Arts and Cultural Scien- ces, Lund University
Doing Oral History: Experiences of Co-creation at the Museum of Movements, in Women Making HERstory, and in the Malmö Life Stories Project
Presenters: Robert Nilsson Mohammadi, Malmö University and Roxana Ortiz and Parvin Ardalan, Museum of Movement
’Solidarity as Part of the European DNA’ or ’the Shining City on the Hill: Reflec- tions on Meta-narratives of Migration in Relation to the Performing Arts
Presenters: Jörgen Dahlqvist and Fredrik Haller, Malmö Theatre Academy, Lund Uni- versity
Performance: Welcome to Sweden
Presenter: Lukas Orwin, Theatre Maker
The Crisis of EU migration Law and Sustainability Discourses: The politics of legal silence and the sirens of future laws
Presenter: Alezini Loxa, Department of Law, Lund University
Presenter: Evangelia Papada, Geography and Environment, School of Social Sciences, Loughborough University
Moderated Discussion Between Lukas Orwin, Evangelia Papada and Alezini Loxa
Discussion: Where Do We Go From Here?
Program committee: Jörgen Dahlqvist, Malmö Theatre Academy and Eva Sæther, Malmö Academy of Music
The Öresund Collegium for Artistic Research is based at the Malmö Theatre Academy (Faculty of Fine and Performing Arts, THM, Lund University). It combines PhD studies and postdoctoral research related to, or relevant for, performing arts, with a special focus on interdisciplinary, transdisciplinary and inter-artistic collaborations.
Research at the Malmö Academy of Music is carried out by researchers and doctoral students within the disciplines of Music Education and Artistic Research in Music. The discipline of Music Education has a future-oriented approach, focusing on creativity, the international community, intercultural music education and advocacy – promoting quality music learning opportunities for all. Furthermore, the emphasis on empirical work includes an ambition towards practice-based research.
This seminar is part of the Heritage, Migration and Mobility Collaboration initiative that involves four faculties at Lund university, several museums and archives in the Skåne Region as well as partner universities and museums in Europe and the US.
It also a part of activities by the Faculty of Fine and Performing Arts relating to the Agenda 2030 Graduate School at Lund University.