Creating long term community projects and partnerships through music, opera and dance education offers the potential to make a real impact on many levels. But how do we plan for and ensure the legacy of these projects and what really happens when they end?
The RESEO Autumn Conference 2018 in partnership with the Royal Danish Theatre invited delegates to take a look at the lasting impact of arts education projects and the civic role played by arts institutions. What is legacy and what are the best practices for creating and sustaining it? How can we work with local, national and European stakeholders to ensure legacy, and what happens when priorities diverge? From a global perspective, what is the civic role of our work?