IKG

 
  • Music and Culture
  • Music and Education
  • Music and Health
  • Music and Instrumentality
  • Music and Perception
  • Music and Performance / Theatre
  • Music and Society
  • Music and Space
  • Music and Visuality
  • Music as Sound Art
Technologies and their implementations are changing who we are and the society we live in at a blinding pace. How can we make sense out of these changes? How can we forge new (conceptual) tools to guide our future?

About the Congress

With the social use of technology, interconnectivity and instantaneity, we face the challenge of providing musicians with the necessary concepts and mind-sets to adapt the development of their professional skills to the current paradigm and to understand and creatively deal with the changes within their respective fields. Educational institutions have to search for new concepts of knowledge production and redefine their structures to become hybrid models of think tanks and shelters, laboratories and publishers, funders and archivists at the same time and under one roof. Interdisciplinarity is the keyword of the hour but what are the personal and social prerequisites for a successful integration of the parties involved in contemporary music teaching, practice and musical innovation including all its traditions, cultural backgrounds, instrumentalities and mentalities?

We believe that physical and social technologies where always and will always be a crucial source for knowledge production and inspiration for artists, scientists and engineers. However, with the drastic and unprecedented reconfigurations of societies and economic structures artistic practice and production of knowledge cannot but constantly ask:

Will these fascinating technologies inspire uniformity or diversity? 

Objectives

  • To offer an overview of the link between music and artificial intelligence.
  • To innovate in the field of emerging pedagogies within the artistic field.
  • To present new innovative proposals in the field of musical pedagogy and artistic creation.
  • To learn in the environment of the new digital era from a transdisciplinary artistic perspective.
  • To present different lines of research linked to the fields of musical culture and society in the 21st century.

Aimed at

  • Students of the DART programme and higher artistic education institutions.
  • Doctoral students from UVa and other universities.
  • University students from the UVa and other universities.
  • Teachers from artistic disciplines
  • Other interested people.

Research Fields

  1. Artistic Interaction and Technology
  2. Innovation in Music Education
  3. Arts, Science and Technology
  4. Music and Society in the 21st century

Structure & Methodology

The congress will include 4 research fields; each with the following structure: Plenary Conference, Virtual Garden Conversations, Expert Debate Table and Virtual Talk.

Plenary Conference

Plenary speakers, chosen from among the world’s leading thinkers, will offer formal presentations on topics of broad interest to the community and conference delegation. Plenary speakers answer questions and participate in informal, extended discussions during their Virtual Garden Conversation.

Virtual Garden Conversations

Garden Conversations are informal, unstructured sessions that allow delegates a chance to meet plenary speakers and talk with them at length about the issues arising from their presentation.

Expert Debate Table

For work that is best discussed or debated, rather than reported on through a formal presentation, these sessions provide a forum for an extended “roundtable” conversation among a small group of expertes.

Virtal Talk

Knowledge exchange between two experts based on their own  professional experience, vision and perspective in a common topic.

 

Conference Program

TIME Friday, sept. 3, Afternoon Session: ARTISTIC INTERACTION AND TECHNOLOGY
17.00 - 17.30 Inauguration
17.30 - 18.30 Plenary Conference I: Bruno Zamborlin
18.30 - 19.00 Virtual Garden I: Bruno Zamborlin & Delegates
19.00 - 20.30 Debate Table I: Alexander Vert, Diego Tosi, Frederic Bevilacqua, Bruno Zamborlin
20.30 - 21.00 Virtual Talk I: Alexander Schubert & Jonathan Harth
TIME Saturday, sept. 4, Morning Session: INNOVATION IN MUSIC EDUCATION
10.00 - 11.00 Plenary Conference II: Pamela Burnard
11.00 - 11.30 Virtual Garden II: Pamela Burnard & Delegates
11.30 - 13.00 Debate Table II: Ana Lucía Frega, Andrew King, Lászlo Stachó & Anna Vernia, Moderator
13.00 - 13.30 Virtual Talk II: Adolf Murillo & Jesús Tejada
TIME Saturday, sept. 4, Afternoon Session: ARTS, SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY
17.00 - 18.00 Plenary Conference III: Hans Jörg Rheinberger
18.00 - 18.30 Virtual Garden: Hans Jörg Rheinberger & Delegates
18.30 - 20.00 Debate Table III: Elena Ungeheuer, Paul Vickers, Sandeep Bhagwati & Gerriet K. Sharma, Moderator
20.00 - 20.30 Virtual Talk III: Michael Iber & Angela Mc Arthur
TIME Sunday, sept. 5, Morning Session: MUSIC AND SOCIETY
10.00 - 11.00 Plenary Conference IV: Paulo de Assis
11.00 - 11.30 Virtual Garden IV: Paulo de Assis & Delegates
11.30 - 13.00 Debate Table IV: Marcel Cobussen, Bernd Herzogenrath, Lucia D´Errico & Davorka Begovic
13.00 - 13.30 Virtual Talk IV: Sandeep Bhagwati & Gerriet K. Sharma
13.30 - 14.00 Closing Session TBA

Congress Papers

We encourage academics, researchers, teachers, and students to submit their paper proposals to Congress.

Papers must be original and unpublished and should address the research fields of the Congress:

  • Artistic Interaction and Technology
  • Innovation in Music Education
  • Arts, Science and Technology
  • Music and Society in the 21st century

A maximum of three papers may be submitted as authors. The first author will be the corresponding author in charge of communicating the status of the presentation to the other co-authors. All authors of a paper must be registered at the Congress for it to be accepted.
Authors must place their work in one or more of the above priority areas or propose others.

They must follow the following rules:

  • Papers will have a length, in their main body, of between 700 and 1000 words (excluding title, authors, abstracts, and bibliographical references), and will be accompanied by abstracts (between 100 and 150 words) and keywords (between three and five) in Spanish and English.
  • Papers should be prepared using the templates available in the papers section available HERE.
  • Authors can modify the titles of the sections to suit their work, but always respecting the style of the template. Papers must follow the APA 7th edition style for bibliographical references, both in the body of the paper and in the final list.

Papers will be subject to blind evaluation, and will only be sent to the Congress organizers via the following email address: artemusopapers@gmail.com

INSTRUCTIONS FOR SUBMISSION

Accepted papers will be presented in the virtual platform of the Congress in organized sections according to the 4 research lines.
The presentation of each virtual communication will consist of:

  • Video with the presentation of the content of the communication.
  • Answers to the questions posted by the congress participants regarding the paper.

Video requirements:

  1. The video will have a duration of between 4 to 7 minutes. Videos that do not meet this time frame will not be accepted.
  2. The author or one of the authors must narrate the content of the presentation of the paper using an audio voice-over.
  3. It must be uploaded to a streaming portal (Youtube, Vimeo,…), with open access.

The templates for the creation of each slide that makes up the presentation will be given to the authors at the time of acceptance of the communication by the members of the Scientific Committee.

Note: Videos will only be accepted if all authors have paid the registration fee correctly.

IMPORTANT PAPER DEADLINES

  • 20 February 2020: Opening of the call for papers
  • 12 June 2021: Deadline for submission of papers
  • 1 July 2021: notification of the result of the review of papers
  • 5 July 2021: Deadline for accepted authors to register for the congress

 

PROMOTION AND DISSEMINATION

The Congress represents an important exchange and contribution of knowledge on the ways of approaching musical innovation in the new conditions of globalization and cultural industries in the digital era, thus collaborating in the adaptation of public policies in communication and its culture.
The Congress is seen as an opportunity to strengthen collaboration between researchers from different universities, educational and research centers working on similar topics, who will benefit from the exchange and the possibility of creating new networks and research teams.

The papers accepted by the Scientific Committee of the Congress will be collected in a digital Proceedings Book with ISBN from the Procompal Association publishing house. Procompal Publications.
An undetermined number of papers accepted to the congress will be proposed at the discretion of the congress management to be part of the monograph “education and artistic research”, which will be published in the year 2022 by LEEME’s Electronic Journal. The communications will have to comply with the rules of the journal, be sent in the form of scientific articles in case of being proposed, and pass the evaluation of the journal.

The Electronic Journal LEEME (Electronic Journal of Music in Education) is published biannually and is indexed among others in SCOPUS, (SJR, Q2) and EMERGING SOURCES CITATION INDEX (Clarivate).

Registration

Registration and payment of the registration fee for the congress can be made through the Fundación General de la Universidad de Valladolid (FunGe) at the following LINK

One week prior to the Congress, the organization will send an email  to each participant with specific instructions for access and participation in the Virtual Platform.

Fees

Collective Deadline Fee
Organising & Scientific commitee 30-08-21 0€
Dart & Scholarship Students 30-08-21 0€
UVa & FKG Staff 30-05-21 40€
UVa & FKG Staff 30-08-21 80€
UVa Students 30-05-21 80€
UVa Students 30-08-21 120€
General 30-05-21 100€
General 30-08-21 140€

Organising Institutions

  • Recognised UVa Research Group on Education and ICTs
  • Katarina Gurska Foundation and Institute for Artistic Research

Scientific Commitee

  • Inés María Monreal Guerrero. Universidad de Valladolid
  • David Carabias Galindo. Universidad de Valladolid
  • Paulino Capdepón Verdú. Universidad de Castilla la Mancha
  • Gerriet K. Sharma. Instituto Katarina Gurska
  • Evangelos Himonides. UCL Institute of Education (IOE), London
  • Carlos Duque Olmedo. Centro Superior Katarina Gurska
  • Antonio Narejos Bernabéu. Ministerio de Educación y Formación Profesional
  • María del Rosario Castañón Rodríguez. Universidad de Valladolid
  • María José Vallés del Pozo. Universidad de Valladolid
  • Anna María Vernia Carrasco. Universidad Jaume I
  • Saray Prados Bravo. Universidad de Valladolid
  • Manuel del Río Lobato. Universidad de Valladolid
  • Luis Antonio González Marín. Institución Mila i Fontanals. Consejo Superior de Investigaciones Científicas
  • María Elena Riaño Galán. Universidad de Cantabria
  • Remigi Morant Navasquillo. Universidad de Valencia
  • Leandro Martín. Conservatorio Superior de Tenerife
  • Helena Caspurro. Universidad de Aveiro
  • Ángela Morales Fernández. Universidad Autónoma de Madrid
  • Michele della Ventura. Music Academy “Studio Musica”, Treviso, Italy
  • Elena Berrón Ruiz. Universidad de Salamanca
  • José Luis Parejo Llanos. Universidad de Valladolid
  • María de la O Cortón de las Heras. Universidad de Valladolid
  • Mauricio Rodríguez López. Universidad de Almería
  • Alberto Acebes de Pablo. Universidad de Valladolid

Organising Commitee

  • Cristina Sitz Gento. Fundación Katarina Gurska
  • Inés María Monreal Guerrero. Universidad de Valladolid
  • David Carabias Galindo. Universidad de Valladolid
  • María del Rosario Castañón Rodríguez. Universidad de Valladolid
  • María José Vallés del Pozo. Universidad de Valladolid
  • Saray Prados Bravo. Universidad de Valladolid
  • Manuel del Río Lobato. Universidad de Valladolid
  • Verónica Castañeda Lucas. Universidad de Valladolid
  • Eva Fernández Gancedo. Universidad de Valladolid
  • Alberto Acebes de Pablo. Universidad de Valladolid
  • José Ignacio Farrán Martín. Universidad de Valladolid
  • Cristina Gil Puente. Universidad de Valladolid
  • Ruth Pinedo González. Universidad de Valladolid
  • Juan Carlos Manrique Arribas. Universidad de Valladolid
  • Félix Lobo de Diego. Universidad de Valladolid
  • Carmen Gómez Redondo. Universidad de Valladolid
  • Cristina Valles Rapp. Universidad de Valladolid
  • Mauricio Rodríguez López. Universidad de Almería
  • Antonio Jesús Calvillo Castro. IES Doñada
  • María Ángeles Sevillano Tarrero. Universidad de Valladolid

Mentors

Hans-Jörg Rheinberger
Bruno Zamborlin
Sandeep Bhagwati
Alexander Schubert
Diego Tosi
Paulo de Assis
Gerriet K. Sharma
Bernd Herzogenrath
Paul Vickers
Frédéric Bevilacqua
Marcel Cobussen
Andrew King
Ana Lucía Frega
Angela McArthur
Elena Ungeheuer
Anna Vernia
Alexander Vert
Lucia D`Errico
Michael Iber
Lászlo Stachó
Adolf Murillo
Jesús Tejada
Davorka Begovic
Jonathan Harth
Pamela Burnard

Downloads

Template for Papers: Download

About the Congress

With the social use of technology, interconnectivity and instantaneity, we face the challenge of providing musicians with the necessary concepts and mind-sets to adapt the development of their professional skills to the current paradigm and to understand and creatively deal with the changes within their respective fields. Educational institutions have to search for new concepts of knowledge production and redefine their structures to become hybrid models of think tanks and shelters, laboratories and publishers, funders and archivists at the same time and under one roof. Interdisciplinarity is the keyword of the hour but what are the personal and social prerequisites for a successful integration of the parties involved in contemporary music teaching, practice and musical innovation including all its traditions, cultural backgrounds, instrumentalities and mentalities?

We believe that physical and social technologies where always and will always be a crucial source for knowledge production and inspiration for artists, scientists and engineers. However, with the drastic and unprecedented reconfigurations of societies and economic structures artistic practice and production of knowledge cannot but constantly ask:

Will these fascinating technologies inspire uniformity or diversity? 

Objectives

  • To offer an overview of the link between music and artificial intelligence.
  • To innovate in the field of emerging pedagogies within the artistic field.
  • To present new innovative proposals in the field of musical pedagogy and artistic creation.
  • To learn in the environment of the new digital era from a transdisciplinary artistic perspective.
  • To present different lines of research linked to the fields of musical culture and society in the 21st century.

Aimed at

  • Students of the DART programme and higher artistic education institutions.
  • Doctoral students from UVa and other universities.
  • University students from the UVa and other universities.
  • Teachers from artistic disciplines
  • Other interested people.

Research Fields

  1. Artistic Interaction and Technology
  2. Innovation in Music Education
  3. Arts, Science and Technology
  4. Music and Society in the 21st century

Structure & Methodology

The congress will include 4 research fields; each with the following structure: Plenary Conference, Virtual Garden Conversations, Expert Debate Table and Virtual Talk.

Plenary Conference

Plenary speakers, chosen from among the world’s leading thinkers, will offer formal presentations on topics of broad interest to the community and conference delegation. Plenary speakers answer questions and participate in informal, extended discussions during their Virtual Garden Conversation.

Virtual Garden Conversations

Garden Conversations are informal, unstructured sessions that allow delegates a chance to meet plenary speakers and talk with them at length about the issues arising from their presentation.

Expert Debate Table

For work that is best discussed or debated, rather than reported on through a formal presentation, these sessions provide a forum for an extended “roundtable” conversation among a small group of expertes.

Virtal Talk

Knowledge exchange between two experts based on their own  professional experience, vision and perspective in a common topic.

 

Conference Program

Friday, sept. 3,
Afternoon Sessions:
ARTISTIC INTERACTION AND TECHNOLOGY

17:00 – 17:30  Inauguration
17:30 – 18:30 Plenary Conference I: Bruno Zamborlin
18:30 – 19:00 Virtual Garden I: Bruno Zamborlin & Delegates
19:00 – 20:30 Debate Table I: Alexander Vert, Diego Tosi, Frederic Bevilacqua, Bruno Zamborlin
20:30 – 21:00 Virtual Talk I: Alexander Schubert & Jonathan Harth

 

Saturday, sept. 4,
Morning Sessions:
INNOVATION IN MUSIC EDUCATION

10:00 – 11:00 Plenary Conference II: Pamela Burnard
11:00 – 11:30 Virtual Garden II: Pamela Burnard & Delegates
11:30 – 13:00 Debate Table II: Ana Lucía Frega, Andrew King, Lászlo Stachó & Anna Vernia, Moderator
13:00 – 13:30 Virtual Talk II: Adolf Murillo & Jesús Tejada

Saturday, sept. 4,
Afternoon Sessions:
ARTS, SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY

17:00 – 18:00 Plenary Conference III: Hans Jörg Rheinberger
18:00 – 18:30 Virtual Garden III: Hans Jörg Rheinberger & Delegates
18:30 – 20:00 Debate Table III: Elena Ungeheuer, Paul Vickers, Sandeep Bhagwati & Gerriet K. Sharma, Moderator
20:00 – 20:30 Virtual Talk III: Michael Iber & Angela Mc Arthur

Sunday, sept. 5,
Morning Sessions:
MUSIC AND SOCIETY

10:00 – 11:00 Plenary Conference IV: Paulo de Assis
11:00 – 11:30 Virtual Garden IV: Paulo de Assis & Delegates
11:30 – 13:00 Debate Table IV: Marcel Cobussen, Bernd Herzogenrath, Lucia D´Errico & Davorka Begovic
13:00 – 13:30 Virtual Talk IV: Sandeep Bhagwati & Gerriet K. Sharma

13:30 – 14:00 Closing Session

Congress Papers

We encourage academics, researchers, teachers, and students to submit their paper proposals to Congress.

Papers must be original and unpublished and should address the research fields of the Congress:

  • Artistic Interaction and Technology
  • Innovation in Music Education
  • Arts, Science and Technology
  • Music and Society in the 21st century

A maximum of three papers may be submitted as authors. The first author will be the corresponding author in charge of communicating the status of the presentation to the other co-authors. All authors of a paper must be registered at the Congress for it to be accepted.
Authors must place their work in one or more of the above priority areas or propose others.

They must follow the following rules:

  • Papers will have a length, in their main body, of between 700 and 1000 words (excluding title, authors, abstracts, and bibliographical references), and will be accompanied by abstracts (between 100 and 150 words) and keywords (between three and five) in Spanish and English.
  • Papers should be prepared using the templates available in the papers section available HERE.
  • Authors can modify the titles of the sections to suit their work, but always respecting the style of the template. Papers must follow the APA 7th edition style for bibliographical references, both in the body of the paper and in the final list.

Papers will be subject to blind evaluation, and will only be sent to the Congress organizers via the following email address: artemusopapers@gmail.com

INSTRUCTIONS FOR SUBMISSION

Accepted papers will be presented in the virtual platform of the Congress in organized sections according to the 4 research lines.
The presentation of each virtual communication will consist of:

  • Video with the presentation of the content of the communication.
  • Answers to the questions posted by the congress participants regarding the paper.

Video requirements:

  1. The video will have a duration of between 4 to 7 minutes. Videos that do not meet this time frame will not be accepted.
  2. The author or one of the authors must narrate the content of the presentation of the paper using an audio voice-over.
  3. It must be uploaded to a streaming portal (Youtube, Vimeo,…), with open access.

The templates for the creation of each slide that makes up the presentation will be given to the authors at the time of acceptance of the communication by the members of the Scientific Committee.

Note: Videos will only be accepted if all authors have paid the registration fee correctly.

IMPORTANT PAPER DEADLINES

  • 20 February 2020: Opening of the call for papers
  • 12 June 2021: Deadline for submission of papers
  • 1 July 2021: notification of the result of the review of papers
  • 5 July 2021: Deadline for accepted authors to register for the congress

 

PROMOTION AND DISSEMINATION

The Congress represents an important exchange and contribution of knowledge on the ways of approaching musical innovation in the new conditions of globalization and cultural industries in the digital era, thus collaborating in the adaptation of public policies in communication and its culture.
The Congress is seen as an opportunity to strengthen collaboration between researchers from different universities, educational and research centers working on similar topics, who will benefit from the exchange and the possibility of creating new networks and research teams.

The papers accepted by the Scientific Committee of the Congress will be collected in a digital Proceedings Book with ISBN from the Procompal Association publishing house. Procompal Publications.
An undetermined number of papers accepted to the congress will be proposed at the discretion of the congress management to be part of the monograph “education and artistic research”, which will be published in the year 2022 by LEEME’s Electronic Journal. The communications will have to comply with the rules of the journal, be sent in the form of scientific articles in case of being proposed, and pass the evaluation of the journal.

The Electronic Journal LEEME (Electronic Journal of Music in Education) is published biannually and is indexed among others in SCOPUS, (SJR, Q2) and EMERGING SOURCES CITATION INDEX (Clarivate).

Registration

Registration and payment of the registration fee for the congress can be made through the Fundación General de la Universidad de Valladolid (FunGe) at the following LINK

One week prior to the Congress, the organization will send an email  to each participant with specific instructions for access and participation in the Virtual Platform.

Organising Institutions

  • Recognised UVa Research Group on Education and ICTs
  • Katarina Gurska Foundation and Institute for Artistic Research

Scientific Commitee

  • Inés María Monreal Guerrero. Universidad de Valladolid
  • David Carabias Galindo. Universidad de Valladolid
  • Paulino Capdepón Verdú. Universidad de Castilla la Mancha
  • Gerriet K. Sharma. Instituto Katarina Gurska
  • Evangelos Himonides. UCL Institute of Education (IOE), London
  • Carlos Duque Olmedo. Centro Superior Katarina Gurska
  • Antonio Narejos Bernabéu. Ministerio de Educación y Formación Profesional
  • María del Rosario Castañón Rodríguez. Universidad de Valladolid
  • María José Vallés del Pozo. Universidad de Valladolid
  • Anna María Vernia Carrasco. Universidad Jaume I
  • Saray Prados Bravo. Universidad de Valladolid
  • Manuel del Río Lobato. Universidad de Valladolid
  • Luis Antonio González Marín. Institución Mila i Fontanals. Consejo Superior de Investigaciones Científicas
  • María Elena Riaño Galán. Universidad de Cantabria
  • Remigi Morant Navasquillo. Universidad de Valencia
  • Leandro Martín. Conservatorio Superior de Tenerife
  • Helena Caspurro. Universidad de Aveiro
  • Ángela Morales Fernández. Universidad Autónoma de Madrid
  • Michele della Ventura. Music Academy “Studio Musica”, Treviso, Italy
  • Elena Berrón Ruiz. Universidad de Salamanca
  • José Luis Parejo Llanos. Universidad de Valladolid
  • María de la O Cortón de las Heras. Universidad de Valladolid
  • Mauricio Rodríguez López. Universidad de Almería
  • Alberto Acebes de Pablo. Universidad de Valladolid

Organising Commitee

  • Cristina Sitz Gento. Fundación Katarina Gurska
  • Inés María Monreal Guerrero. Universidad de Valladolid
  • David Carabias Galindo. Universidad de Valladolid
  • María del Rosario Castañón Rodríguez. Universidad de Valladolid
  • María José Vallés del Pozo. Universidad de Valladolid
  • Saray Prados Bravo. Universidad de Valladolid
  • Manuel del Río Lobato. Universidad de Valladolid
  • Verónica Castañeda Lucas. Universidad de Valladolid
  • Eva Fernández Gancedo. Universidad de Valladolid
  • Alberto Acebes de Pablo. Universidad de Valladolid
  • José Ignacio Farrán Martín. Universidad de Valladolid
  • Cristina Gil Puente. Universidad de Valladolid
  • Ruth Pinedo González. Universidad de Valladolid
  • Juan Carlos Manrique Arribas. Universidad de Valladolid
  • Félix Lobo de Diego. Universidad de Valladolid
  • Carmen Gómez Redondo. Universidad de Valladolid
  • Cristina Valles Rapp. Universidad de Valladolid
  • Mauricio Rodríguez López. Universidad de Almería
  • Antonio Jesús Calvillo Castro. IES Doñada
  • María Ángeles Sevillano Tarrero. Universidad de Valladolid

Mentors

Hans-Jörg Rheinberger
Bruno Zamborlin
Sandeep Bhagwati
Alexander Schubert
Diego Tosi
Paulo de Assis
Gerriet K. Sharma
Bernd Herzogenrath
Paul Vickers
Frédéric Bevilacqua
Marcel Cobussen
Andrew King
Ana Lucía Frega
Angela McArthur
Elena Ungeheuer
Anna Vernia
Alexander Vert
Lucia D`Errico
Michael Iber
Lászlo Stachó
Adolf Murillo
Jesús Tejada
Davorka Begovic
Jonathan Harth
Pamela Burnard

Downloads

Template for Papers: Download