PRIhME Final Multiplier event
We are thrilled to announce the upcoming Final PRIhME Multiplier event, which marks the culmination of PRIhME – Stakeholder Assembly on Power Relations in Higher Music Education. We cordially invite you to participate in this highly anticipated event, taking place on August 24, 2023, from 14:00 to 17:00 CET (online).
|Welcome and introduction by Deborah Kelleher, AEC President
|14:15 – 15:00 CET
Power Relations in Higher Music Education, moderated by Lucia Di Cecca, member of the PRIhME Editorial Board
Gender and Sexual Orientation in Higher Music Education, moderated by Christa Brüstle, member of the PRIhME Editorial Board
|Socio-Economic Background and Disability in Higher Music Education, moderated by Mojca Piskor, member of the PRIhME Editorial Board
What is the blueprint for the conservatoire of the future?, moderated by Karin Johansson, member of the PRIhME Steering Committee
Q&A and Conclusion, by Deborah Kelleher
We extend a warm welcome to everyone, including those from the non-musical field who are working on PRIhME-related topics, to join us in this enriching discussion. Your diverse perspectives and contributions will be highly valued.
We look forward to your presence at this momentous Final PRIhME Multiplier event!
Please register by 20 August 2023.
About the PRIhME project:
PRIhME is the first attempt to address how power relations inequities in higher music education can adversely affect our culture, our places of study and work. Power relations in the musical context are nuanced and complex because they have pedagogical relevance and can affect [mental] health both during studies and in the workplace.
AEC and the partner’s goal was and still is to foster a safe and healthy sector in which we can train and educate creative and socially engaged performing artists through policy recommendations and examples of best practices.
PRIhME has thus worked with the following four themes in four Stakeholder Assemblies:
– Understanding Power Relations and Music
– Sexual Orientation and Gender
– Socio-Economic background and Disability
– Artistic Standards
The 50-person PRIhME Stakeholder Assembly included students, teachers and administrative personnel from 9 European institutions and met regularly to address these four themes.