Venue change: now at Zhejiang Conservatory of Music located in West Lake of Hangzhou City
New deadline for proposals: 26 July.
Message from the organisers:
NEW DEADLINE FOR PROPOSALS: July 26, 2016
Great news! We are updating everyone on the WAAE official registration (detail of the official registration http://www.waae.org.cn/en/Registration/) and in order to meet the technology and facility requirements of the presentation and workshops after we evaluated the first round of proposals and in addition to the new support from CSE of MOE to ensure the success of the event, we officially upgrade the venue to Zhejiang Conservatory of Music located in West Lake of Hangzhou City （A full view of the venue：http://www.waae.org.cn/en/Conference-Venue/）under the support of CSE , where has the most state of arts performing facilities and one of the most beautiful and modern cities in China and it has the capacity to provide board and accommodation.
Specific information about the accommodation：http://www.waae.org.cn/en/Accommodation/ so that it saves you time and enjoy the beautiful campus. The schedule will remain the same (however it may subject to some updates). As a result, we will extend our deadline of proposal to the 26th of July.
People who have already sent the proposals please reconfirm your participation by sending the email to firstname.lastname@example.org or Dequanli@sina.cn and we will also have you updated through the email as well. For more detailed information, please check our website: www.waae.org.cn.
Previously advised: The 6th World Summit of the World Alliance for Arts Education and first world arts education summit to be held in China on December 3rd to 6th of 2016, co-hosted by UNESCO member organisations forming the World Alliance for Arts Education (WAAE,) Beijing Board of Education (BBE), Ministry of Education (MOE) of China, and E-Platform International Science and Technology (EPI).
Arts Education for Sustainable Development is the theme of the summit. The aim is to build international partnerships that will support world-wide arts educator engagement in China and to advance the role of arts education within the 21st century. The focus of the summit aligns with the over-arching goals initiated by UNESCO for the post 2015 agenda.
This summit will profile arts education in China and also global arts education. The summit, supported by the Chinese Government, will provide a showcase for demonstrating and exchanging arts education pedagogies that promote public arts education. As an example, the summit will include academic presentations (in Chinese and English), classroom observations, school tours and
a partnership day.
More information in the download. Note that the deadline for proposals and city has now changed as per above.