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Peace, Empathy and Conciliation through Music: A Collaboratory

Date: Thursday 21–Friday 22 September 2017
Venue: The University of Melbourne, Centre for Theology and Ministry, 29 College Crescent, Parkville VIC 3010
Registration: Online here (Collaboratory and UN International Day of Peace dinner)
Enquiries:
Samantha Dieckmann (samantha.dieckmann@unimelb.edu.au)

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Organised by the ARC Centre of Excellence for the History of Emotions, The University of Melbourne, in collaboration with the Faculty of the Victorian College of the Arts & Melbourne Conservatorium of Music, and Multicultural Arts Victoria, this collaboratory will bring together researchers, practitioners (musicians including performers, community musicians, music educators, music therapists; community development workers; social service workers; arts organisation delegates), and arts and community policymakers to share ideas about the ways that music is used to develop peace, empathy and conciliation. We invite local, national and international researchers and practitioners to attend, and hope that the symposium will produce thought-provoking discussion and fruitful partnerships between industry, community and education sectors.

For further details of UN International Day of Peace: Dinner and Live Music on 21 September 2017 visit the event page.

Cost and Registration

The registration fees cover basic catering costs for morning tea, lunch and afternoon tea throughout the conference. Prices below are in AUD and include GST + EventBrite booking fee:

  • Full Registration: $70.06
  • One-Day Registration: $35.57
  • UN International Day of Peace | Conference Dinner and Live Music: $47.07

Online collaboratory and dinner registration here.

Organising Committee

Professor Jane Davidson (ARC Centre of Excellence for the History of Emotions, and Faculty of VCA & MCM, The University of Melbourne)

Dr Samantha Dieckmann (ARC Centre of Excellence for the History of Emotions, and Faculty of VCA & MCM, The University of Melbourne)


Image: Multicultural Arts Victoria Emerge in the West Festival 2013, photo by DWV Photography.