Arts Management at Sibelius Summer Academy - Sibelius Summer Academy
Arts Management at Sibelius Summer Academy 11.-14.8.2020
Four days international course of lectures, practical work and discussions
As this is the pilot edition of the Summer Academy Arts Management, our aim is to cover four different thematic fields, in order to present the current issues in these fields, but also to search the interest and the focus of the target audience. The program is planned in order to increase participant's knowledge and skills on how to link art and entrepreneurship and to emphasize the importance of cooperation and networking in the art field.
Daily operating time during the course
- The fee for all four days is 200 Euro.
- One-day fee is 80 Euro, except the event on 13th of August, the two-panel session are free of charge and open for public.
- Payment: all participant will get the information about the payment after the application period ends.
Accommodation and food
All participants are responsible for their accommodation and food during the summer academy.
The students can get three credits from the Sibelius Summer Academy course only if they attend all four days. There is no other option to get credits.
Link to the application form will be added to this page later in February 2020.
The maximum number of participants per course is 30. Only the first 30 applicants will be accepted. The event on 13th of August, the Panel sessions, are open for public and no limits for attendance.
Helsinki Music Center and Sibelius Academy Uniarts Helsinki's R building, Helsinki, Finland
APPLICATION AND COURSE FEES
Application period: 2nd of March - 2nd of June 2020
The maximum number of participants per course is 30. The first 30 applicants will be accepted only. The event on 13th of August, the Panel sessions, are open for public and no limits for attendance.
The fee for all four days is 200 Euro.
One-day fee is 80 Euro, except the event on 13th of August, the two-panel session are free of charge and open for public.
The course is free of charge for Arts Management degree students of University of the Arts, registered as 'attending' or the academic year 2019-2020 including Doctoral degree students. They are, however, required to enrol through the same application form as everyone else.
Course: Fusion: New Models of Cultural practices, Institutions and Policies- Arts and wellbeing Dr. Franco Bianchini (Italy) and Lynn Frogget (UK)
Course: Entrepreneurship and Digitalization
Dr. Lidia Varbanova (Canada) and Representative from Slush Helsinki
Thursday 13.08.2020 (Open public event)
Panel session 1: What kind of skills are needed in order to be relevant in the music business of today and in the future
Moderator: Helmi Saksala, Business Coach and Communications Consultant (Finland)
- Kaarlo Hildén (Finland), Dean of Sibelius Academy
- Kaisa Rönkko (Finland), Executive Director, Music Finland
- Erkko Lehtinen (Finland), Festival & club producer, DJ, journalist.
- Maria Silvennoinen (Finland), Executive Director, Jazz Finland
Panel session 2: How does digitalization affect the music business and relation to the audience
Moderator: Helmi Saksala (Finland)
- Tanja Johansson (Finland), Vice Dean, Sibelius Academy
- Rachel Roberts (USA), Associated Professor at EASTMAN School of Music
- Toni-Matti Karjalainen (Finland), Professor in Arts management, Sibelius Academy
- Daniel Knapp (Germany), Producer
Course: “From idea to realization”- Project conception, Cooperation and Networking (EU findings) Violeta Simjanovska (Finland), Head of Arts Management Department, Sibelius Academy, Sue Key (UK/France)
- Masters and PhD students
- Cultural operators and professionals
- Representatives from international organizations and Institutes of Culture
- Anyone interested in this topic
Contact person: Maija Kühn (email@example.com)
Responsible person: Violeta Simjanovska (firstname.lastname@example.org)