The DiSko project, or rather School and concert – from transmission to dialogue has delivered its third project report, Production report 1, to the project owner Arts for Young Audiences Norway (AYAN) . In the DiSko project, researchers and participants discuss, plan and implement school concerts aiming at all participants’ joint ownership to concert visits, – pupils, artists as well as teachers and other.
The newly published third report is one of a series of process reports from the project, the first being about project intentions and the second describing State of the Art in Schools. The series of project reports are a part of the DiSko project’s implementation strategy, which aims at communicating processes and results continuously.
The report is based on data in the shape of observation notes, films, pictures, recordings etc. and analyses and reflects on these data and project events during autumn 2017 at the different schools taking part. This semester was the first intervention semester with activities in schools. The report accounts for activities at project schools during the semester, followed by researchers’ analysis and recommendations for further development concerning each project school’s project work.
DiSko aims at a development towards concert ‘pilots’ and prototypes which can serve as models for the development of dialogic school concerts which are grounded in co-operation between schools, musicians and producers.