The 2nd SIMM research seminar – organized by the international research platform SIMM, the Antwerp Research Institute for the Arts (ARIA), University of Antwerp and the Royal Conservatoire Antwerp – was dedicated to the relationship between research and practice in SIMM-type projects. The seminar took place from 25 – 28 November 2019 in Antwerp, Belgium.
This research-seminar allowed post-graduate students and early-career researchers involved in ongoing research on the possible role of music in social and community work (SIMM) to spend a week together and share their research experiences.
Introductory keynote by Pascal Gielen (ARIA/UA), “From Community Art Towards Commoning Art” (ARIA, 25 November 2019)
Closing keynote by John Sloboda (Guildhall School of Music and Drama, London): “Research into Social Impact of Making Music: Issues and dilemnas” (Royal Conservatoire Antwerp/DeSingel, 28 November 2019)