The purpose of this event is to present the work of The Arts of Inclusion network and discuss the role of music for other-than-musical purposes, with examples form a recent book by TAI members, Music and Social Inclusion .
The event also offer opportunities for networking, and is open to higher education staff and doctoral students, as well as practitioners interested in the topic. TAI started in 2019 supported by the UK Arts and Humanities Research Council and Royal Society of Edinburgh as a network of academics and practitioners aimed at building expertise to critically assess the role of performing arts practices for social inclusion and conflict transformation. Initially with members from UK and Latin America, the network has grown ever since.
This event will take place on Thursday 23rd March, from 11am - 3pm (UK time).