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Arts for all?

The role of arts schools in current society


Arts4all meeting: Sunday, 8th November to Tuesday, 10th November 2015, Diest, BE
Pre-Opening: Saturday, 7th to Sunday 8th November 2015, Mons, European Capital of
Culture, BE
The last EU youth report has come to many positive results. The rate of youngsters
between 15 and 29 years who reached higher education degrees, for example
increased from 33.8% to 37.9%. Also are 82% taking part in social networks, 50%
are members of organisations, 25% are engaged in voluntary work. On the other
hand there are 13.7 Mio. youngsters in Europe who are neither in education nor in
work. The risk of being unemployed for youngsters with migration backgrounds,
health problems and lower education is 50% higher than it is for others in the same
ages. The report states that those youngsters are also participating less in politics,
culture and voluntary activities. It describes an increasing gap, which is connected
with the European crises. There are well- educated youngsters, taking part in society
on the one hand and on the other, there are young people with less chance to
participate and to live the life they want to. Those young people are threated to be
discriminated and marginalized.
Arts education strengthens the subject and helps children to find their own talents.
Arts schools and centers of creativity as part of the infrastructure of arts education in
Europe ensure cultural education for young people beside the formal school sectors.
The societal changes stated above influence questions of participation, accessibility,
educational goals, content, diversity politics, learning methods, cooperation partners
and digital strategies of arts schools. Remembering the UNESCO development goals
on arts education, we will ask, if our institutions are fit for contemporary challenges.
What frame conditions do we need to support the right to learn arts for and with
everybody on high levels of quality? What are good concepts and examples that
might be able to be models for other art schools in Europe?
The voluntary pre-opening meeting in Mons, capital of culture 2015 will be connected
with the youth exchange I is another, that had been developed within the Arts4all
network. Youngsters from Mons, Brugge, Riga, Aachen and Munster will present their
results after one week of art workshops. There will also be time to explore the Capital
of Culture together.
[More about Arts4all at: http://www.arts4all.eu/ and http://arts4all.bjke.de/aboutus/]
Accomodation & Costs in Mons
7th November, 14:00 oclock to 8th November 14:00 oclock (train to Diest leaves
14.20)
Accomodation & Costs in Diest,
8th November, 17: 00 oclock to 10th November, 14:00 oclock
Thanks to a cooperation of several (art)schools and a socio-cultural organisation of
Diest - coordinated by OVSG - we can accommodate you in host families in the
center of the city of Diest, provide breakfast at host families, an opening dinner,
sandwich lunches and conference drinks. There will be a voluntary visits program
provided on Tuesday afternoon for those, who stay longer.

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Arts for all?
The role of arts schools in current society - SCHEDULE
Saturday 07/11/2015: Exploring the captital of culture I, Mons
14:00 oclock: Arts4all pre-opening in Mons: questions of identity
Meeting point: Lobby of the youth hostel (Les Auberge des Jeunesse), Rampe du
Chateau 2, Mons
Come together and Visits:
Foto-Exhibition D'entre eux
Documentery fotografer Cdric Gerbehaye shows his subjective portriat of Belgium
Salle Saint-Georges, Grand Place
2 Euro/Person
I am another
Presentation of the workshops from the tri-national youth exchange of Arts4all
network partners
Evening: informal socializing
Sunday 08/11/2015: Exploring the captital of culture II
9:00 to 13:00 oclock: Trip to Grand Hornu (industrial heritage)
Meeting Point: Lobby of the youth hostel (Les Auberge des Jeunesse), Rampe du
Chateau 2, Mons
Looking around at Grand Hornu (industrial heritage)
Visiting the exhibition L'homme, le dragon et la mort La Gloire de saint Georges
& Collection
Muse des Arts Contemporains de la Fdration Wallonie-Bruxelles, Site du GrandHornu Rue Sainte-Louise 82, Hornu
8 Euro/Person entrance MACs (+ public transport and 2 Euro/audio guide, if you like)
(Departure Mons Station: 9:20 oclock, arrival at Hornu at 9:42 oclock (MAC opens at
10 oclock, departure Hornu MACs 12:30 oclock; arrival Mons Station: 12:52 oclock)
13:00 to 14:00 oclock: Break (grap your luggage and some food)
14:05 to 17:05 oclock: Traintransfer from Mons to Diest. Meeting point: Mons Station
7,60 Euro / Person
17:05 to 17:15 oclock: Meeting your host families at Diest station. Checking in
afterwards Diest station
18:30 to 21:00 oclock: Welcome Dinner for participants from abroad and their host families
at de badmeester, Omer Vanaudenhovelaan 50, Diest www.debadmeester.be
(nearby Swimmingpool-Soccerstadion-Windmill > Provinciedomein Halve Maan)

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Monday 09/11/2015, 9:00 to 17:30 oclock: Arts for All?
Academy Music and Word Diest (environment beguinage), Grauwzustersstraat
10, Diest
9:00 oclock: Arrive at the academy and have a coffee
9:30 to 10:00 oclock: Conference Opening
Warm Welcome by Chris Tilkin (director Academy Music and Word Diest) and Ilse
Geens (interim director Academy Visual Art Diest)
Program note by Julia Nierstheimer, Federal Assosiation of Art Schools in Germany
Practical information by Daniel Vandersmissen (phone: +32 478 911 532)
The Educational Secretariat of the Association of Flemish Cities and Municipalities (OVSG)

10:00 to 10:30 oclock: Strategies and lacks of Participation


How arts school structures are dealing with challenges of exclusion. 5-minutespodium-notes by
Anu Hietala, The Finish Association of Arts School
Hans Laureyn, The Educational Secretariat of the Association of Flemish Cities and Municipalities (OVSG)
Peter Kamp/Nadja Hll, Federal Association of Art Schools in Germany
Vilnis Heinrihsons, Mara Muizniece Riga School of Art
Moderator: Julia Nierstheimer
10:30 to 11:15 oclock: Reforming the Flemish art schools curriculum. Presentation by
Hans Laureyn, The Educational Secretariat of the Association of Flemish Cities & Municipalities (OVSG)
Moderator: Anu Hietala
11:15 to 11:45 oclock: Competency development in creative workshops. Good
practice presentation by Sibylle Keupen, Youth Art School Bleiberger Fabrik, Aachen
Moderator: Vilnis Heinrihsons
11:45 to 12:30 oclock: Inclusion: Working with children and youngsters and adults with
special needs: short notes and discussion (10 Minutes each and discussion afterwards)
INTO: Inclusion-Curiosity-Tolerance-Openness. Outcomes of project of for Art
Schools by Nadja Hll, State Associations of Art Schools in Northrhine-Westfalia
Results from an inquiry in Finland by Anu Hietala, The Finish Association of Arts School
Hans Laureyn, The Educational Secretariat of the Association of Flemish Cities and Municipalities (OVSG)
Moderator: Daniel Vandersmissen

12:30 to 13:15 oclock: Sandwich lunch


13:15 to 14:30 oclock: Guided tour through the medieval center of Diest
Guides: Students of the Department tourism of the high school KTA2, Diest and Hans Laureyn
14:30 to 16:00 oclock: International projects: networks, participation and the capital of culture.
(15 min presentation + 15 min discussion each)
Cultural Children of Europe by Vilnis Heinrihsons, Mara Muizniece Riga School of Art
Arts and Economy: Eksperimenta 2017 by Annely Kster, Sally Stuudio Tallin
Plzen 2015 and the Bavarian-Bohemian-Arts School Network by Irene Fritz, Youth
Art School Kulturwerkstatt Kalmreuth
Moderator: Peter Kamp
16:00 to 17:30 oclock: coffee break
17:30 to 18:00 oclock: Intermezzo
Afterwards go to dinner, eat and socialice at Albero DOro, Grote markt 18, Diest
www.alberodoro.be (city center > Grand marketplace)

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Tuesday 10/11/2015, 9:00 to 14:00 oclock: Visiting the Academy of Visual Art
Diest and perspectives for Arts4all
Meeting Point: Academy Music and Word Diest (environment beguinage)
Grauwzustersstraat 10
9:00 oclock: Arrive at the Academy of Music and Word Diest and have a coffee
09:30 - 12:15 oclock: Guided tour through the Academy of Visual Art - Citadel
atelier monumental art (conceptual art)
atelier painting
atelier draughtsmanship
atelier ceramics
Guided by Ilse Geens, Academy of Visual Art Diest
12:15 to 13:30 oclock: Arts4all Network
Looking back and perspektives for Arts4all-network 2016
Moderation: Peter Kamp, Julia Nierstheimer
13:30 to 14:00 oclock: Sandwich lunch
14:00 oclock: End or voluntary program
Visiting the high school KTA2 department of arts education
and/or
City museum (closes at 17:00 oclock)