IDA Conference:

1st International Conference on Intercultural Dialogue through the Arts: Community Development, Education and Policy (day 1 of 4)

Date: Thursday, September 21st, 2017 Time: Time TBA

Speaker: Featured speakers: TBA. Call for papers due 10th June 2017

This conference is co-organized by NPO Tiempo Iberoamericano in Fukuoka, and the Multicultural Fitness Community , which is based at Saga University, in Japan. It is supported by the Faculty of Art and Regional Design, and the Faculty of Culture and Education at Saga University. It is also supported by Cultnet , which is a group of researchers sharing an interest in "the cultural dimension" of language teaching. The organizers and supporters of Intercultural Dialogue through the Arts: Community Development, Education and Policy, which includes academically-oriented practical arts-based workshops as well as academic presentations, aim to generate wide-ranging forms of intercultural dialogue through which interconnected global and local issues can be explored within the spheres of education, language, culture, and society through the arts. Scholars, educators, practitioners and community stake-holders from different fields will be invited to participate in this event to further promote intercultural exchange, community development, and educational and policy initiatives through the arts. The conference will take place from 21-24 September 2017 in Fukuoka and Saga, Japan.

  • Day 1 and 2 will be held at Saga University, to include Cultnet Day (Day 1) and Art Event Day (Day 2).
  • Days 3 and 4 will be held at Tiempo in Fukuoka, to include academic presentations and academically-oriented practical art workshops.

For details, please see the conference website.

Organization: Intercultural Dialogue through the Arts Conference (IDA Conference)

Cost: TBA

Venue: Saga University, 1 Honjo-machi, Saga, 840-8502 map

Location: Saga City, Saga Prefecture, Japan


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