European network for opera, music and dance education

RESEO is a unique European network for arts education and creative learning with a specific focus on opera, music and dance.

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Member news, upcoming events and our latest publications

Event

Getting Closer: Authentic Collaboration Through Opera, Music and Dance

BOOK NOW! What are the challenges involved in the participatory process, and how can arts education professionals overcome them?

Brussels, Belgium

26 - 28 September 2019

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Event

Making Sense Across Borders

“Making Sense Across Borders” aims to foster international cooperation and exchange around young audience opera.

Aarhus, Denmark

19 September 2019

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Article

Greek National Opera Wins the FEDORA Prize for Education 2019

The education programme Co-OPERAtive is an opera hub for young Athenians and unaccompanied refugees.

1st July, 2019

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Projects

Large-scale international and European projects aimed at the further development of the arts education sector

Ongoing

Get Close to Opera

The GET CLOSE TO OPERA project will develop inclusive and multicultural arts education and training programmes to support best practice in migrant and refugee contexts.

Europe

2017 to 2019

Ongoing

SPACE – Agents of Change in Education

SPACE is an international network project, building bridges between the worlds of Arts education and STEM education through working with trainee teachers in the delivery of innovative & interdisciplinary education models.

2016 to 2019

Ongoing

FondAction du Football

As part of the Open Football Club, RESEO connects the FondAction du Football with members who can provide young players in training with cultural activities such as workshops, guided tours, exchanges with young artists and performances.

2014

Past

CREAT-IT

CREAT-IT is aimed at developing and supporting late primary and early secondary teachers’ skills in science education.

2013 to 2015

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