A report from RESEO’s Autumn Conference 2012 on intergenerational projects in opera and dance. How can people of different ages contribute to opera or dance via performances and projects?Dance Intergenerational Opera
In this section you will find research, studies, conference reports and presentations from both RESEO and our members.
Study: a mapping exercise of the opera and dance education sector conducted by RESEO from October 2011 to March 2012 aiming to highlight general tendencies in the development of the sector over the past years.Arts education Dance Europe Opera
A report from the 4th edition of the European Symposium Culture and Education in Aix-en-Provence, which examined young audience productions and intergenerational work.Intergenerational Young audience
In 2012, RESEO carried out a research study on the impact of evaluation on European opera organisations in order to highlight possible tendencies or differences and reveal different models.Dance Europe Evaluation Opera
A study carried out by RESEO members La Monnaie / De Munt in 2010 on opera education activities offered for and with universities.Education Opera Students
In 2009, RESEO conducted research aiming to establish an inventory of productions for young audiences in Europe. The results were presented to RESEO members at the Oslo conference that October.Arts education Education Europe Opera Young audience