CReArC: New Research Centre for Artistic Citizenship at RMC

Join the digital launch of CReArC on 23 February.
4. Feb 2021

Rhythmic Music Conservatory is now launching CReArC: Copenhagen Centre for Research in Artistic Citizenship to become an international hub for research in the field of music and arts education, with a particular emphasis on Artistic Citizenship.

The ideas behind the concept of Artistic Citizenship have the potential to unfold the art institutions’ capacity for contributing in diverse ways to the cultural and artistic engagement of all citizens in society. From a contemporary, creative music perspective, Artistic Citizenship holds strong notions of inclusion and co-productive creativity, where the citizen becomes tangibly involved in the creative art processes. Such processes are claimed to enhance and enforce citizens’ creative agency and general quality of life from a life-long perspective.

CReArC aims at being the pivot of research in the field of Artistic Citizenship with international and collaborative research activities such as workshops, talks, conferences and network meetings for students, teachers and researchers.

More about CReArC and the CReArC Network of International Scholars at

Join the launch

The digital launch of CReArC will take place on Zoom on 23 February 2021 at 17.00–19.00 CET. 

To participate in the event please register using this Zoom link.

See also the Facebook Event

17.00–17.25 Welcome by Principal Henrik Sveidahl, Lars Brinck, Maria Westvall & Duo Cosmo Broosch

17.25–17.55 Short talks by CReArC Network of International Scholars:

      • Dr. Charles Carson, Associate professor of Musicology/Ethnomusicology at University of Texas at Austin, USA.
      • Dr. Flávia Motoyama Narita, Senior lecturer of Music Education at Universidade de Brasília, Brazil.
      • Dr. Kim Boeskov, Postdoctoral researcher at RMC, Denmark.

17.55–18.10 Questions and discussions. Duo Cosmo Broosch

18.10–18.40 Short talks by CReArC Network of International Scholars:

      • Dr. Oscar Pripp, Associate professor of Ethnology at Uppsala Universitet, Sweden. 
      • Dr. Nan Qi, Associate professor of Music Education at Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Norte, Brazil. 
      • Dr. Emily Achieng Akuno, Professor of Music at The Technical University of Kenya.

18.40–18.50 Questions and discussions

18.50–19.00 Closure with Lars Brinck, Maria Westvall & Duo Cosmo Broosch.

For more information about the launch and the speakers, please see the invitation (pdf).

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