Street Arts Winter Academy#4: Creating the European Federation of Education and Training in Street Arts

Author
Bev Adams
Number of pages
30
Document producer
Circostrada
2015
  • Street Arts
English

The fourth edition of the Street Arts Winter Academy was held in Maribor, Slovenia between 6 and 8 March 2015 and gathered European professionals, academics and students to decide upon
a way forward for the Education and Training in Street Arts.

In this publication, Circostrada Network offers a synthesis of the conference proceedings that included a further exchange of methods and approaches to ETSA and led to the ratification of SAWA into a new organisation called EFETSA, the European Federation for Education and Training in Street Arts. 

Table of contents


Contributions to the seminar: Context

  • European Cultural Policy - Julie Ward Member of the European Parliament & Culture Committee
  • Why ETSA are essential for the future of Street Arts - Goro Osojnik, Director, Gledališcˇe Ana Monro/ Founder of Šugla and Tea Vidmar, Pedagogical Leader, Šugla Street Theatre School, Slovenia
  • Conference of the Birds – a project and a metaphor for formal and Informal teaching methods - Sally Mann, Director, Fuse Performance and John Lee, Head of BA for Street Arts University of Winchester

Contributions to the seminar: Methods and approaches to Education and Training in Street Arts

  • Transforming Teaching Methods from Contemporary Dance - Vita Osojnik Choreographer and Dancer (Slovenia)
  • Towards international Qualifications and Experiences in ETSA - Dr Olu Taiwo, Senior Lecturer BA Street Arts, University of Winchester (UK)
  • Training in Street Arts is like fireworks - Dr Ebru Gökdag ̆, Anadolu University (Turkey)
  • Contributions from Participants