CERADA Fall 2019 events
On this page you will find the events the Center for Educational Research and Academic Development in the Arts (CERADA) is organizing for the fall 2019. Links and more precise information on each event will be added as soon as available.
Last updated 12th November 2019
Researchers’ Meet are day-long events when CERADA’s researchers present their field of research to their colleagues and the public.
Thu 15th August, Researchers Meet
09:00-13:00, Music Centre, S-3101 (programme)
13:00-14:00 Lunch break (own expense)
14:00-18:00, BOTTA (Töölönkatu 3, 4th floor), Rohkeus
“Funding Application Clinic”
In this workshop the researchers can ameliorate and finalize their research proposals to the Academy of Finland and other foundations with the help of the University’s Research Services experts and CERADA’s steering group’s members. Preliminary exercise required by August 9th!
Register to either or both the sessions and upload the Clinique's preliminary exercise clicking the following link
Mon 16th December, Researchers’ Meet & Pikkujoulut
Programme and venues TBA
Saturday August 17 - 14:00 - 18:00, Hapaaniemenkatu 6, K-522, 5th floor.
We would like to invite you to the third workshop / demonstration of Jeremiah Day’s ongoing research into collaborative methods of teaching performance.
In 2019, Jeremiah Day joins as a Post-Doctoral Fellow at Uniarts Helsinki’s Center for Educational Research and Academic Development in the Arts (CERADA), developing an investigation into the teaching and facilitating models that emerge from the intersection of dance and visual art.
Drawing upon the performance traditions of post-modern dance - Simone Forti’s improvisational moving-talking method Logomotion, and Steve Paxton’s Contact Improvisation in particular - this third workshop will focus on engaging site and place as methods for dealing with content.
Beginning with vibrant movement, we will build up to improvising through scores, free-writing and story-telling, including working outdoors with the landscape. The session will end with informal mini-performances, offering an arc of creative development through real-time composition. The workshop series overall will give participants new tools to develop their creative vocabulary through spoken word, movement, and ways to support lines of research.
Please contact (firstname.lastname@example.org) to reserve a place but drop-ins are also welcome.
Section 1: Alter-pedagogies and Artistic Research.
19th August - 9th September - 30th September
Section 2: Funding challenges for post-qualitative artistic research.
21st October - 25th November 2019
Hapaaniemenkatu 6, Room NH 2, 3rd floor (lift A)
More detailed description of the readings and their respective dates of discussion is available in the following PDF file: Academic reading Circle 2019
If there is any question or special requirement, feel free to message email@example.com
CERADA Studia Generalia are lectures held by CERADA’s own researchers and invited guests on their own research topics, results and/or methodologies. They are organized every first Wednesday of month and are free and open to all people interested.
Thu 12th September, 17:00-19:30
Intercultural Dialogue and Inclusion in Arts and Cultural Organisations
Open Seminar, programme
Hapaaniemenkatu 6, Room 535, lift C 5th floor.
Wed 2nd October, 16:00-18:00
Nicholas Rowe. University of Auckland
"The Great Neoliberal Hijack of Collaboration (…and what arts educators can do about it)"
Hapaaniemenkatu 6, Auditorio 2.
Thu 21st November, 17:30-19:30
Richard Frank, California State University Northridge (CSUN)
"Alternative Approaches to Secondary Jazz Education"
Mannerheimintie 13 A, Auditorio H-1112 (first floor)
Thu 28th November, 16:00-18:00
Ilmari Kortelainen, University of the Arts Helsinki
Deprivating and Extending Senses in Somatic Investigation"
Hapaaniemenkatu 6, Room 535, (Lift C)
Wed 4th December, 16:00-18:00.
Francisco Beltrame Trento, University of the Arts Helsinki
"On absolute hos(ti)pitality: radical difference in arts education environments"
Hapaaniemenkatu 6, Auditorio 1.
For further information or update, contact firstname.lastname@example.org