This activity took place on:
Wednesday 20 May ’15
20 May: Peer-to-peer meeting prior to the Long Live Arts Conference
Prior to the Long Live Arts Conference, in The Hague from 20 - 22 May 2015, professional peers from all over Europe will form small, dynamic groups to learn from each other's (practical, research and policy) experiences and exchange best practices. Together they can draw on the group's collective insight and concentrate on active learning from a European perspective. Enrich your conference experience, increase your expertise and be inspired!
The Amsterdam-based Boekman Foundation is hosting a peer-to-peer meeting for researchers to further explore the conference sub-theme The Added Value of Art and analyse which particular follow-up research is most likely to be effective. In 2011 the Boekman Foundation dedicated their quarterly journal ‘Boekman Cahier’ to ageing, containing a revolutionary article by Paul Schnabel, in which he called upon the field of arts and culture to develop more artistically challenging programs for older people and consequently benefit from these highly educated art consumers.
Paul Schnabel (former General Director of the Netherlands Institute for Social Research) will act as chair.
The peer-to-peer meetings will be held on Wednesday 20 May 2015 and start at 12:00 AM with a lunch, followed by the programme at 1:00PM and drinks at 5:00PM. Each meeting may be attended by 30 conference participants.
Peer-to-peer meetings may be booked as an optional addition to your conference registration. Price per person is € 60,-. Please click here to book