The European regional InSEA Congress will be held
Registration opens: November 2017
Please follow the link below for registration information (prices etc):
You can access the registration form from that page
Scientific and Social Interventions in Art Education
The Congress will concentrate on European and global issues around art education and its connections to societal and scientific topics. The goal for this InSEA Congress is to offer possibilities for intercultural and interdisciplinary conversations on most current and burning issues in contemporary art education. Different submission formats will offer room for new ideas to appear among researchers, teachers, artists and project workers.
Main themes of the presentations
Aalto University as Venue
Aalto University is in the city of Espoo, close to downtown Helsinki. Aalto University’s main campus, originally designed by Alvar Aalto, will offer interesting sights and new possibilities to explore art education in interdisciplinary contexts. Art and its education meets with Eco/Bio/Tech/Digital/Societal connections in Aalto University, on many levels. Workshops and excursions will open doors for laboratories, design environments, and nature. Participants can learn from the strong Finnish art education structures and practices through the conference program, developed together with local art and art education professionals. The venue and location nearby Helsinki, the Baltic Sea, and national parks offer the possibility to experience the Northern summer light in nature and in the urban area, with many museums and other sites.
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Patron of the Congress
President Tarja Halonen is the Patron of the Congress.
President Tarja Halonen, Photo: Lasse Keltto
For information about InSEA, The International Society for Education Through Art, see insea.org
For information about the City of Espoo, see visitespoo.fi
For information about the City of Helsinki, see
In collaboration with Cumulus, the International Association of Universities and Colleges of Art, Design and Media