The past few months have seen arts educators and their communities respond to unprecedented challenges with creativity and resilience. But as opera houses, concert halls, schools and institutions reopen and we are once again able to meet in person, new questions are arising: how can we navigate new conceptions of public space? How has the pandemic influenced the way we work online, and what are the lessons we’ve learned? How can we maintain strong links with our communities when faced with an uncertain future?
Taking place entirely online, In the Public Space will offer keynotes, project presentations, interactive workshops and performances.
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Bernard Foccroulle (BE) musician, composer and former Director of the Festival d’Aix-en-Provence and La Monnaie/De Munt.
Camille Villanove (FR), freelance arts educator.
Lucy Kerbel (UK), Director of Tonic Theatre and diversity expert.
RESEO members: free of charge
Non-members: a €50 registration fee gives access to the entire conference programme