Program

På Children Need Arts – Global Summit 2021 præsenteres du for en lang række internationale oplægsholdere, kulturinitiativer, forskning, debatter, netværksarrangementer og kulturelle indslag med unge kunstnere. Samtidig inviterer Children Need Arts til udviklingen af en fælles handlingsstrategi.



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26. april, The Royal Playhouse


Kl. 8.45 – 9.45  Arrival and registration
Coffee/tea, breakfast rolls and fruit

Musical welcome
By young musicians from the Children’s Home, Uummannaq, Greenland

Kl. 10.00  Morning session

Welcome and agenda

Moderators Adam Holm & Lotte Thor Høgsberg

Kl. 10.05
Opening speech
Danish Minister of Culture Joy Mogensen

Kl. 10.20 Musical feature by Copenhagen Girls´ Choir
Choirmaster Anne Marie Granau

Kl. 10.35 Arts to the Heart of Education
Andria Zafirakou (UK), winner of The Varkey Foundation’s Global Teacher Prize, 2018

Q&A

Kl. 11.15 Break
Coffee/tea

Kl. 11.35 Participation – a social investment
Tone Fløtten (N), PhD sociology, Managing Director of Fafo – Institute for Labour and Social Research, Oslo

Kl. 11.55 Presentation 
To be announced later

Kl. 12.20
Lunch
Light, green buffet incl. beer/water

  Afternoon session

Kl. 13.20
Why the arts matter - especially in early childhood education
Pamela Burnard (UK), Professor of Arts, Creativities and Educations, Cambridge University

Kl. 13.50
Cultural diversity and collective learning through the arts

Panel discussion with Holly Bass (US), National Director and Winston C. Cox (US), Implementation Director, Turnaround Arts, Washington DC
&
Joseph Spilberg (US), Associate Director of Education, Community Programs and Research and Mark Diaz (US), Associate Director of Education, CAPE, Chicago

Kl. 14.30
Break
Coffee/tea and cake

Kl. 14.50
To be announced later


Kl. 15.20
To be announced later


Kl. 15.30
Year 3. A Project for Life
Anna Cutler (UK), Director of Learning and Research, Tate London

Kl. 16.00
Thanks for now and see you soon at the networking reception at the H.C. Andersen Castle, Tivoli
Shuttle transport to the H.C. Andersen Castle, Tivoli

Kl. 17.00 – 18.30
Networking reception at the H.C. Andersen Castle, Tivoli
Enter into dialogue with the speakers and the delegates in cosy settings

Free admission to Tivoli after this event


 



 

27. april, Axelborg


Kl. 9.00  Morning session

Welcome and agenda

Moderators Adam Holm & Lotte Thor Høgsberg

Cultural initiatives – round 1

Kl. 9.05 El Sistema Sweden
Ron Davis Alvarez, Artistic Director, Sweden

Kl. 9.25 The Cultural Schoolbag
June Mariann Breivik, department leader, Norway

Kl. 9.40 Reykjavík Children’s Cultural Festival
Harpa Rut Hilmarsdóttir, Project Leader, Iceland

Kl. 9.55 Go Creative
Esbjerg Municipality, VIVE, Barndrømmen, Denmark

Kl. 10.10 Q&A

Kl. 10.20  Break
Coffee/tea

Cultural initiatives – round 2

Kl. 10:35  The Children’s Home in Uummannaq
Ann Andreasen, Leader, Greenland

Kl. 10:50 Land of Hope Children’s Centre
Anja Lovén, Founder and Director, Nigeria

Kl. 11:05 Q&A

Kl. 11:15 Method focus – knowledge from the USA

Turnaround Arts, Washington DC
Holly Bass, National Director & Winston C. Cox, Implementation Director
Turnaround Arts, Washington DC, USA

Chicago Arts Partnerships in Education
Joseph Spilberg, Associate Director of Education, Community Programs and Research & Mark Diaz, Associate Director of Education CAPE, Chicago, USA

Kl. 12.10  Lunch
Light buffet incl. beer/water

Afternoon session

Kl. 13.10 Case 
To be announced later

Kl. 13.30  Art and the proactive mind – a brain scientist’s point of view
Kjeld Fredens (DK), MD, brain scientist and author

Kl. 14.00 Call to Action: The future’s opportunities – The future’s solutions
Formulation of joint strategy for further action
Moderators Adam Holm & Lotte Thor Høgsberg

Kl. 14.45 Concluding refreshments

Kl. 15.00   Thanks for now!