Entries by Hilde Steinmoen

Kick-off – Research activities in DiSko

More than thirty participants were gathered at a 2-day seminar for DiSko late September 2017. Teachers from the four participating schools, project owner, researchers, musicians and administration representatives were present. a A draft of DiSko’s first report “ Status report” was discussed. The report has been constructed from data drawn from 12 interviews with teachers […]

New Erasmus+ project

The CASE Center has just been awarded with the coordination of a newly-funded EU Erasmus+ project in the focus area of school, creativity and innovation. The project name is “Creativity, Art and Science in Primary Education (CASE)”. This project will be realized within the European Commission’s “Strategic Partnership” program, and will implement trainings, conferences and […]

Inspiration from China!

The Global Science Opera activities in China are led by Professor Hongfeng Guo at the Chinese National Astronomical Observatory in Beijing / Chinese Academy of Sciences. This year Hongfeng will be participating in Global Science Opera for the third year in a row. As part of the 2017 “Moon Village” opera production, she plans to […]

Science and Art project at International Paris Air Show

Masters student Janne Robberstad presents Moon Village the 2017 Global Science Opera (GSO) in a B2B meeting program accompanying the Paris International Air Show (19. – 25. June), where exchange of knowledge and experiences, in combination with the search for solutions in the aerospace sector, is in the foreground. Robberstad has explored the integration of Eco-Scenography […]

Project leader presented DiSko for the music network of Arts for young audiences Norway – AYAN

Early June 2017 music employees of Kulturtanken’s (AYAN’s) associated organizations around Norway were gathered in Stjørdal near Trondheim. Project leader of DiSko, Kari Holdhus, had been invited to present the DiSko project with these professionals, mainly creative producers and administrators devoted to distributing concerts to schools in their respective regions. Presentations and discussions on the […]

Register for The Arts and Education 2017 seminar: Integration or Separation?

The Arts and Education 2017 event is an interactive international seminar organized byKulturtanken – Arts for Young Audiences Norway and the DiSko project, CASE center. International keynotes and clinicians are Eric Booth, US, the founder of the Teaching Artist movement, professor Gert Biesta, UK, and professor Liora Bresler, US. Register and see the full program

Music and animation artworks inspired by science

Masters student Jose Eduardo Garcia Aldama Pepe is studying at the Annimation Department of Volda University College (Norway). Pepe is currently working on animation films for the UH-nett Vest project ART@CREATIONS which will produce a series of music and animation artworks inspired by scientific themes related to the European Commission’s project, CREATIONS.  

Building Sustainable Digital Practices in Kindergarten Literacy and Arts Programmes (DigiSus)

DigiSus is a bottom up competence project involving kindergartens in two municipalities, pre-service kindergarten teacher programmes and a research environment. The main objective of the project is to develop and establish a competence framework for kindergarten staff and teacher educators connected to evaluation and implementation of sustainable digital practices (SDPs) in kindergartens supporting playing and learning in literacy and […]

Work on ”field portrait” of schools started in DiSko

In the project “School and concert – from transmission to dialogue”, fieldwork has started. This first half year is dedicated to analysis and exploration of four different school contexts, and a “field portrait” of each school will be constructed on basis of interviews, observation, conversations, focus groups, document/curriculum analysis and literature reviews. The researchers are […]