Colleagues from all artistic disciplines are invited to contribute and showcase their practices in the arts and education, be it in a Pecha Kucha presentation, workshop, debate or any other suitable format that sparks discussion and engages the audience.
Please spread the word in your institution! We would like to offer this great platform to your academic staff, researchers, lecturers and leaders.

Read the full Call for Presentations here!

THEME: Resilience and the City. Art, Education, Urbanism
The conference will be held in Rotterdam and will focus on the role of the arts in creating resilient cities in times of global change.
Over the past decades, few concepts have gained such prominence as resilience. Resilience is the capacity of a system, be it an individual, a forest, a city or an economy, to deal with change and continue to develop. It is about how humans and nature can use shocks and disturbances (like a financial crisis or climate change) to spur renewal and innovative thinking.” (Stockholm Resilience Center)
The 15th ELIA Biennial Conference sets out to examine how art, design and performance can play a vital role in building resilience, especially in the urban context.

HOW TO APPLY
The required information should be filled in the submission form available at the ELIA Biennial Conference website: www.eliabiennial.com.
Submissions should be sent by 18 December 2017 at the latest.
The selection will take place the end of January 2018; applicants will be informed by 15 February 2018 at the latest.
The Call is open to ELIA Member Institutions. If you are interested in joining ELIA, then read all about Membership here.

Successful applicants will be offered a reduced participation fee of 295 €.
Animation, Architecture, Audiovisual and interactive media, Crafts, Creative industries areas, Design, Fashion and textiles, Film, Heritage (tangible & intangible), Music, Performing arts, Photography and photo imaging, Visual arts

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