THE AAL INVITES JOURNALISTS TO TAKE PART IN THE UPCOMING PRESS CONFERENCE ON 11 MARCH
The Art Academy of Latvia kindly invites media representatives to take part in the upcoming online press conference on Thursday, 11 March at 12:00 p.m. to learn about the latest ‘EU4ART Alliance’ and ‘EU4ART Differences’ project developments.
Project results will be presented by:
- Estzer Radak, Rector of the Hungarian University of Fine Arts
- Matthias Flügge, ‘EU4ART’ Managing Partner
- Tiziana d’Achille, Academy of Fine Arts in Rome
- Cecilia Casorati, Academy of Fine Arts in Rome
- Kristaps Zariņš, Rector of the Art Academy of Latvia
The conference will be presided by Jānis Gailītis, Head of the AAL’s Department of Development and Projects, and Andrea Weippert, Head of HfBK Dresden’s Department of Press and Public Relations.
The press conference will be held in English via the online streaming platform Zoom. Applicants, who have confirmed their participation, will receive the link to access the session along with a scheduled agenda. After the conference, journalists will have the opportunity to interview project representatives on-site. The meetings will be carried out following government-issued epidemiological safety measures.
Journalists can apply for the online press conference by contacting the AAL’s Head of Public Relations, Laura Ozola, using the following contact details:
Phone nr.: 29995067;
In November 2019, The Art Academy of Latvia launched the EU4ART Alliance pilot project in collaboration with three European higher education institutions in Rome, Dresden, and Budapest devoted to fine arts.
EU4ART Alliance aims to establish a European university fine arts curriculum and address challenges that come with common curriculum development and various fine arts discipline modules. The EU4ART Alliance has been granted the mandate to carry out institutional collaboration at an unprecedented level, thus ensuring that is implemented in a systematic, structured, and sustainable manner.
The long-term objective of ‘EU4ART Alliance’ is to examine the existing fine arts curriculums in European universities and to develop a joint practical and theoretical programme in the fields of painting, sculpture, and graphic art for undergraduate, graduate, and doctoral levels. A unified curriculum would provide students the opportunity to earn an international degree, as well as to carry out their studies in different EU countries, thus fostering the international competitiveness of European universities.
About "EU4ART Differences"
On 1 January 2021, the AAL and its partner institutions from Rome, Budapest, and Dresden began work on ‘Differences – Artistic research in the European Union’ (‘EU4ART Differences’) as part of the EU research and innovation initiative 'Horizon 2020’. The project aims to foster academic excellence and research prestige in the field of fine arts through the collaborative efforts of the ‘EU4ART’ partner institutions.