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ARTEVELDE UNIVERSITY, GENT

SITE OF THIS YEAR'S CONFERENCE

NEWS

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The programme for this year's ECArTE conference will be available, and registration will be open from mid-April.

The conference is hosted by Artewelde University of Applied Sciences, and will take place in three venues in Central Gent.

 

For more information about the location, the venues and other relevant details see the Conference pages.

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KEYNOTE
Dijana Milošević

Dijana is an award-winning theater director, activist, writer and lecturer. She co-founded DAH Theater and has been its leading director for over thirty years

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KEYNOTE

Uwe Hermann

Uwe has practised for more than three decades at the State Training Institute for the Blind in Hanover. He has also taught on the MA Art Therapy programme at Weissensee Academy of Art, Berlin

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MASTERCLASS

Frankie Armstrong

Frankie has been signing professionally since 1964.

In 1975 she began her pioneering Voice Workshops based on ethnic styles of singing

Conference Bursary Scheme

We are offering a Conference Bursary Scheme which aims to support delegates financially in attending the ECArTE conference. There are a limited number of bursaries available, and applications will be assessed based on accessibility and motivation.  Applications must be received by the closing date of 13 May.

DOWNLOAD THE BURSARY APPLICATION FORM HERE

The home of Arts Therapies Education in Europe

ECArTE is a consortium of Universities, which was founded in 1991 and currently comprises 33 member institutions from 15 European countries. It is a non profit-making organisation. Its primary purpose is to rep­resent and encourage the development of the Arts Therapies at a European level, in particular courses offering nationally-validated and professionally-recognised education for arts therapists.

The Arts Therapies include art therapy, dance movement therapy, dramatherapy, music therapy and play therapy.

We are working towards establishing mutual recognition and compatibility in educational and vocational training for arts therapists within the European Community.

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