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MCICM Corona Conversations

MCICM Corona Conversations Maastricht Centre for the Innovation of Classical Music Dates: 18 June, 25 June and 2 July 2020 from 13:00 to 14:00 CET The current COVID-19 crisis and the lockdown measures greatly affected classical music organizations. Concerts and tours were cancelled, and classes moved online leaving musicians, educators, researchers and audiences to figure…

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Save the date: presentation Border Encyclopædia, September 3rd

The Research Centre for Arts, Autonomy and Public Sphere (Zuyd University), the Institute of Cartopology and Dear Hunter execute the artistic research project Border Encyclopædia, Commissioned by ITEM. Looking closely at maps of border regions, only simple lines cover the complexity, diversity and constant shifting character of the inner borders of the EU member states….

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Inloop-spreekuur scriptie & afstudeeronderzoek / Open Office thesis & graduation research

English below Het Inloop-Spreekuur van het Lectoraat Autonomie en Openbaarheid in de Kunsten wordt voortgezet in MS Teams! De frequentie is opgevoerd zodat -juist nu- de studenten van alle kunstopleidingen het lectoraat AOK kunnen bereiken voor extra inhoudelijke input voor hun scriptie, lecture-performance en/of afstudeeronderzoek. Al dan niet in relatie tot hun werk in de…

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MCICM Newsletter March 2020

Welcome to the first newsletter from the Maastricht Centre for the Innovation of Classical Music. The past few weeks have changed the way we lead our lives in unimaginable ways. One noticeable change is the move of our activities to the digital realm whenever possible. We have already seen glimpses of this new normal: the…

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Buren & Bagage: artistiek onderzoek naar grenzen

Het Laagland en het Lectoraat Autonomie en Openbaarheid in de Kunsten (Zuyd Hogeschool) presenteren met plezier de rijke oogst van een artistiek onderzoek naar grenzen. Het project startte vanuit vragen naar de productiviteit en kwaliteit van grenzen: Wat doen we eigenlijk in ons alledaagse leven op en met grenzen? Hoe kunnen dergelijke grenspraktijken waardevol zijn?…

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Cartopology, or how to create your own discipline?

In her PhD-project artistic resesarcher Marlies Vermeulen aims to combine anthropological fieldwork with cartographical techniques to notate the local qualities of space. She calls this approach Cartopology. As any other scientific and artistic discipline, Cartopology now has its own Wikipedia-entry, where its theoretical background and current use are explicated and explained. We witness here a…

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New publication: Music in the Making: experimenting with an open and collaborative learning environment

Inge Pasmans and Ties van de Werff wrote an article on Inge’s LIED-project from 2017, in which she experimented with an open learning environment at the Conservatorium Maastricht. The article is now published in the anthology Becoming musicians. Student involvement and teacher collaboration in higher music education, edited by Stefan Gies and Jon Helge Sætre…

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‘Het Voorstel’ terug op de Toneelacademie

‘Het Voorstel’, een project van Rita Hoofwijk, is terug op de Toneelacademie! Vanaf 2 maart staat de herkenbare kast in de gang aan de Lenculenstraat 31-33. In 2017 ontwikkelde Rita Hoofwijk, in opdracht van het lectoraat AOK, een installatie van waaruit ontmoetingen kunnen vertrekken. Dat werd ‘Het Voorstel’. De installatie vloeit voort uit Rita’s afstudeerscriptie,…

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Research Studio ‘Designing Life/Designing Dialogue’ at iArts started

This week, the freshly developed research studio ‘Designing Life/Designing Dialogue’ started with six enthusiastic students at iArts. In the next 10 weeks, these brave students will explore ways to create an artistic space in scientific and societal debates around an emerging development in the life sciences: the yet mysterious microbe P. Putida. As a designed…

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