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Bootcamp for Music Performing Arts and Arts Management students

THE ART OF LIVING FROM THE ARTS

BOOTCAMP FOR MUSIC,PERFORMING ARTS STUDENTS and ARTS MANAGEMENT STUDENTS
JAKOBSTAD, FINLAND 4-8 MAY 2019

ActInArt – the Nordic Baltic network for promoting entrepreneurial thinking in the arts, invites students to apply for an intensive bootcamp in Jakobstad 4-8 May 2019. Jakobstad is located in beautiful settings in the west coast of Finland. The camp will be hosted by the Novia University of Applied Sciences – Department of Culture.

For five days students will engage in an innovative artistic laboratory involving a wide range of teaching and learning methods such as mentoring, lecturing, group work and open practices. Participants will explore and investigate questions such as:

- Who are we as artists / arts managers, and how can we move where we want to move?
- How can we connect our creative potentials and competences to real life projects?
- How do we as artists act and engage in our contemporary societies with all the challenges these are faced with?

The elaborated content of the bootcamp will be developed by students and will be facilitated by competent teachers and researchers from the ActInArt network.

PRACTICALITIES:
Time:
​ 4-8 May 2019
Place:​ Jakobstad, Finland
Level:​ MA and BA
ECTS:​ The bootcamp is offered as an elective course worth 5 ECTS credit points.
Economy:​ Travel, accommodation and food will be covered by the network.
Application: Send a motivation letter (max 1 page) introducing your artistic background and what you are aiming for in your professional future. Explain why you find it relevant to your development to engage in the bootcamp.

The motivation letter should be send to the network lead: Anna Maria Ranczakowska, anna@ema.edu.ee.

Application deadline:​ 1st February 2019. www.actinart.org