Taiteen ja kulttuurin saavutettavuuden parantaminen – kärkihankeseminaari Helsingissä

Opetus- ja kulttuuriministeriö

Aika: ti 13.3. klo 9.30– 15.00

Facilitating access to art and culture – Second key project seminar in Helsinki / Opetus- ja kulttuuriministeriö järjestää seminaarin liittyen hallitusohjelman kärkihankkeeseen, jolla parannetaan taiteen ja kulttuurin saavutettavuutta lapsille ja nuorille. Seminaari järjestetään otsikolla The benefits and opportunities of Extended education - An international Art education seminar in Helsinki. Seminaari on englanninkielinen.

The Ministry of Education and Culture organises a seminar linked to the Government key project on facilitating access to art and culture for children and young people. The seminar is called The benefits and opportunities of extended education – An international art education seminar in Helsinki.

The seminar, to be held mainly in English, is designed for various actors in the art and culture sectors, organisers of basic education in arts, municipalities, principals, teachers and policy-makers. The seminar will be opened by Minister for European Affairs, Culture and Sport Sampo Terho and chaired by Director-General Riitta Kaivosoja from the Ministry of Education and Culture.

The keynote speakers will be Professor Gil G. Noam from the Harvard University and Professor Sang Hoon Bae from the Sungkyunkwan University in South Korea. Professor Noam and Professor Bae will discuss the international extended education models as the foundation for potential future trends in Finland after the key project on facilitating access to art and culture for children and young people has ended in 2019. The results of the key project so far will also be presented at the seminar.                                                                                                                                                                        

There is no registration fee for the seminar. However, since there is room for only a limited number of participants (around 150), we kindly ask you to limit the number of participants from each organisation to two.

The benefits and opportunities of Extended education
An international Art education seminar in Helsinki

Tuesday 13.3.2018 at  9.30–15.00 at the National Museum of Finland (auditorium), Mannerheimintie 34, Helsinki

As chair Director General, Ms. Riitta Kaivosoja from the Ministry of Education and Culture


Changes possible

9.00 Registration

9.30  Welcome
- Director General, Riitta Kaivosoja, Ministry of Education and Culture

9.35 Opening 
- Minister for European Affairs, Culture and Sport, Sampo Terho

9.50 Creative Youth Development in Schools and Out:  A Chance to Re-Imagining Time,  Space, and Skills
-  Ed.D., Ph.D. (Habil.) Associate Professor, Gil G. Noam, Harvard Medical School/ Director,  Program in Education, Afterschool and Resiliency (PEAR)

10.50 Coffee

11.10 Background and models of Extended  education
- Prof. Doctor, Sang Hoon Bae, Sungkyunkwan University, South Korea
   Commented  by professor of dance pedagogy, Eeva Anttila, Theatre Academy of University of the Arts Helsinki

12.15 Lunch (self-financed)

13.30 Promoting the creativity of children and young people in Finnish schools and kindergartens  – current results of the Finnish Key project
- Senior Adviser, Hanna Koskimies, Ministry of Education and Culture  
13.50 How to enhance children’s imagination, creativity and critical thinking in systematic way?  – panel discussion

- Sang Hoon Bae, professor of Education, Sungkyunkwan University, South Korea
- Hanna Kapanen Educational Curator, Design Museum Helsinki
- Kai Lehikoinen, Professor, CERADA-focus area, University of the Arts Helsinki / Vice-Director,  ArtsEqual. 
- Hanna Lämsä, Executive Director, Association of Cultural Heritage Education in Finland
- Gil G. Noam, Associate Professor, Harvard Medical School/ Director, Program in  Education, Afterschool and Resiliency (PEAR), USA
- Anneli Rautiainen, Head of Innovation Centre, Finnish National Agency for Education 
- Jaana Reinikka, Assisting principal, Kerava Dance Institute
- Katri Tenetz, Director of Cultural Centre Valve (substitute)

- Senior Ministerial Adviser, Iina Berden, Ministry of Education and Culture  

14.50 Conclusions

15.00 End of the seminar

15.00 - Possibility to visit the exhibitions at the National Museum of Finland. (Free entrance for  participants.)

Registration (maximum 150) https://www.webropolsurveys.com/S/91F4D36184D25C5B.par

Eeva Anttila works as a professor in dance pedagogy at Theatre Academy of University of the Arts Helsinki, Finland, and leads the MA program for dance pedagogy. Anttila is actively involved in national and international dance and arts education organizations and journals. She has published several articles and book chapters nationally and internationally. Her research interests include dialogical and critical dance pedagogy, embodied learning, embodied knowledge and practice-based/artistic research methods. Currently she is involved in the ARTSEQUAL -research project (see artsequal.fi).

Prof. Dr. Sang Hoon Bae is professor of education at the Department of Education in the Sungkyunkwan University in South-Korea. He also works as Director of Center for Innovative Higher Education. He completed both Ph. D. and MS degree in Workforce Education and Development (WFED) from the Pennsylvania State University (PSU) and earned a BA in Ethics Education from the Seoul National University in Korea. His research interests focus on extended education, education reform policy, and policy effectiveness. Before joining in the faculty, he served as Assistant Secretary to the President for Education in the Office of the President. Professor Bae has sixteen-year experience in the Korean Ministry of Education.

Hanna Kapanen is the Educational Curator of Design Museum, Helsinki. She is a museum educator specializing in design. Her specific area of responsibility is co-operation with schools, but she also participates in work involving the public. Her passion is plan educational content related to the exhibitions and collections. 
Hanna holds a master in Fine Arts degree from University of the Arts Helsinki (MFA) and a Master of Arts degree from Aalto University (MA). Design Museum Helsinki is an internationally recognized national specialist museum of design in Finland.

Kai Lehikoinen is Professor in Center for Educational Research and Academic Development in the Arts (CERADA) at the University of the Arts Helsinki. He is also Vice Director of the ArtsEqual Research Initiative. His research interests include arts, health and well-being, artistic interventions in organisations, and expanded professionalism in the arts and arts education. He has recently authored a book on dance analysis and co-edited three books – one on the arts and well-being, two on artists and their expertise in arts-based work in organisation and innovation development. His current research focuses on dance in elderly care and with asylum seekers.

Hanna Lämsä, MScPol, Executive Director, works in the Association of Cultural Heritage Education in Finland. Lämsä has Masters Degree in Philosophy from the University of Helsinki. She has been involved in various processes developing systematic cultural heritage and culturally sustainable education in Finland in formal and informal level, and from early childhood to upper secondary education. Lämsä has an extensive experience in managing developmental projects, policy advocacy and networking. As the Ex. Dir. of the Association she works in close collaboration with the governmental bodies, educators and educational institutions as well as other NGO’s and organizations in European level in order to support the formation of cultural skills and sustainable development.

Gil Noam, Ed.D., Dr. Habil is the founder and director of The PEAR Institute: Partnerships in Education and Resilience at McLean Hospital, a Harvard Medical School affiliate. He is an associate professor at Harvard Medical School focusing on prevention and resilience. He served as the director of the Risk and Prevention Program and is the founder of the RALLY Prevention Program, a Boston-based intervention that bridges social and academic support in school, afterschool, and community settings.
He has published over 200 papers, articles, and books in the areas of child and adolescent development as well as risk and resiliency in clinical, school, and afterschool settings. He also served as the editor-in-chief of the journal New Directions for Youth Development: Theory, Practice and Research with a strong focus on out-of-school time. Dr. Noam is trained as a clinical and developmental psychologist and psychoanalyst in both Europe and the United States.

Anneli Rautiainen, Master of Education, has graduated from Helsinki University in Finland. She has had a long career in education at school, district and government levels as a teacher, vice principal, principal and head of unit. She has worked at the Finnish National Agency for Education for the past seven years. Her responsibilities have included developing pre-primary and basic education, in addition Early Childhood Education and Care. Presently she is working as a head of Innovation Center at the FNAE.
 “ I am passionate to develop education. My dream is to help teachers to change their teaching and students to take ownership of their own learning. Teachers can make a difference in students´ life. Students need to realize, that they learn for their own life and future. In the changing world, it is necessary to be moving all the time; to create a common vision, the plan a strategy for the vision, to use collected data to find the development areas and to assess the processes. And the most important of all, keep going.”

Jaana Reinikka (MA in Dance pedagogy) has been working in basic education in the arts (approved by the Ministry of Education and Culture) in Kerava Dance Institute as a dance teacher and Assisting principal. After graduating from Central School of Ballet, London in 1997, she extended her studies to pedagogy in the University of the Arts Helsinki. She is also a board member of a dance teachers' association in Finland.
In 2017 she participated the Arts Carousel in Kerava -project as a member of the project steering group. The project was funded by the government key project on facilitating access to art and culture for children and young people.The project was organized by the city of Kerava, Keravan Opisto, Kerava Dance Institute, Kerava Music Institute and Kerava Visual Art School and it provided tuition in arts for children in day care centers, in lower schools and in upper schools for free. In 2018 the second project continues in day care centers by the three arts schools of Kerava.

Katri Tenetz (Master of Arts/ Media producer) has been working for the City of Oulu since 2004 as a producer and director of Children’s culture centre. She is specialized in national wide concepts in children´s culture services, productions and development. She facilitates many projects which main aim is to bring art and culture closer to child’s everyday life. In close co-operation with other professionals she does consulting to cities, art organizations, schools and day care in culture education and curriculums. Film and word art/ literary education are her special fields.


Live streaming and distance participation: https://live.kansallismuseo.fi/?live=artseducationseminar

Further information about the seminar:
Hanna Koskimies, Senior Officer, hanna.koskimies@minedu.fi, tel. +358 2953 30048
Iina Berden, Ministerial Adviser, iina.berden@minedu.fi, tel. +358 2953 30069


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