Peer to peer meeting
'Learning Opportunities for Older Adults in the Arts and through the Arts'
7&8 October 2015, Akademie Remscheid, Germany
Kubia (Centre of Competence for the Arts and ageing) organised the peer-to-peer meeting Learning Opportunities for Older Adults in the Arts and Culture: How to Build Professional Training Provisions (participation on invitation only). Each Long Live Arts partner assigned twenty experts, to discuss topics like: encouraging cultural participation and arts-based learning; the latest European training opportunities; inciting cooperation in education and training on a European level; the learning needs of facilitators; competencies essential to the curriculum; where to look for providers and/or partners for training programmes.
You can read the invitation and programme here. Almuth Fricke, director of ibk kubia, and Prof. Dr. Theo Hartogh gave a presentation about Music and Cultural Geragogy, Teaching for Lifelong learning in the Arts and Culture in Germany. Read their presentation here. More information of the participants can be found here.