Ailbhe Kenny, our research group member from Mary Immaculate College, University of Ireland, has recently published a new article on the topic Negotiating teacher-artist identities: “Disturbance” through partnership in collaboration with colleague Dorothy Morrisey. They write in the abstract: This article troubles the notion of “disturbance” in relation to teacher-artist identities within partnerships delivering arts education […]
Welcome to an open research seminar with the research group Culture – Criticism – Community in Fyrrommet at HVL campus Kronstad, February 20th 2019 at 1300-1500. About the seminar: Arts-in- education projects and creative partnerships are included in children’s arts education within schools. Such collaborations between artists and schools are often encouraged by politicians, and […]
Catharina Christophersen is professor of music education and principal investigator of the research project “Music Teacher Education for the Future” (FUTURED 2019-2022). She holds a PhD in music education from the Norwegian Academy of Music in Oslo. She has a background as a generalist music teacher in primary schools and has previously also taught in […]
Ailbhe Kenny (ph.d.) is a lecturer in music education at Mary Immaculate College – University of Limerick, Ireland. Her research interests include communities of musical practice, musical lives of children of asylum seekers, teacher/artist partnerships, arts education policy and curriculum, teacher education, music and arts governmental policy, formal and informal music education practices.