2020 ITAC5 is online from September 14 through 17!

The ITAC5 theme ‘Boundaries into New Pathways’ will be presented throughout the digital conference. ITAC5, hosted by Korea Arts & Culture Education Service for the first time in Asia, will be filled with engaging sessions, activities, informal and formal discussions, opportunities to connect with new colleagues and with leading artist-educators around the world. Registered conference delegates will have a variety of ways they can choose to participate, from interacting in and out of sessions, to creating conversations of particular interest to you. 

Program


How do we empower citizens to transform borders and boundaries into positive futures through arts education?
"These three days are lined up with 64 presenters from 19 countries.
Join us at itac5.org!"

Mon 9.14

 
The Introductory Session to ITAC5 & Opening Ceremony 

Tue 9.15
Day 1. 

Unlearning

  • What do we as teaching artists (and participants) need to unlearn, and what are the most powerful tools for new learning?

Wed 9.16
Day 2. 

Local & Nomadic Practices

  • How does your practice reflect your own culture and at the same time the roots of local cultures and issues of the communities you work with? 
  • What is universal in the practices that we offer to other specific communities and even to other parts of the world—our nomadic potential? 
  • What is the dynamic balance between local and universal?

Thu 9.17
Day 3. 

Peace & Reconciliation

  • Can we facilitate citizens to become the agents of change in their own communities and beyond, in embracing difference and diversity?

Registration

Korea Arts & Culture Education Service

YTN News Square, 76 Sangamsan-ro, Mapo-gu, Seoul, South Korea

E-mail : contact.itac5@gmail.com  Tel : +82-2-6209-5959

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