COLLECTIVE EVALUATION
OF ARTISTIC AND DESIGN-DRIVEN
DOCTORAL TRAINING

Final Multiplier of the CA²RE+ Erasmus+ Strategic Partnership

16 June, 2022

Important dates:

15 June 2022: Registration deadline

16 June 2022 (Thursday), 14:00 – 18:30 CEST: Online Event
+ optional speed networking at 13:30 CEST

The CA²RE for... final (online) multiplier event on 16 June 2022 will look back on the CA²RE+ project and its impact; and look forward to continuing a meaningful dialogue within the ever-growing Community for Artistic and Architectural Research Evaluation. Highlighting the outcomes of the CA²RE+ project, the event will give a live demonstration of a CA²RE+ presentation and review concept, provide a space for reflection and discussion and feature a panel of PhD candidates, reviewers, project coordinators and policy makers exploring the future of Collective Evaluation of Artistic and Design-driven Doctoral Training.

CA²RE stands for Community for Artistic and Architectural Research Evaluation. The Erasmus+ Strategic Partnership CA²RE+ was created to develop collective learning environments through the Evaluation of Design Driven Doctoral Training. Design Driven Doctoral research (DDDr) is presented as a multidisciplinary example of an experiential learning-through-evaluation model. Recognised as an appropriate model for identification and promoting the relevance of research singularity, it is valued for its transparency and recognition to award excellence in doctoral training for creative and culturally rooted solutions of contemporary design-driven developments.

The CA²RE community builds on and extends the work begun through the ADAPT-r network since 2012, and the CA²RE+ strategic partnership has enriched and intensified this network since September 2019. It has provided opportunity for a creative refreshment of qualitative research for doctoral researchers, creative practitioners, evaluators, multidisciplinary course/programme developers and education policymakers. Sharing and comparing doctoral training across research traditions and cultures within the core areas, dealing with creativity and culture, has led to transparency and the recognition of tacit skills and qualifications. The development of collective evaluation courses will contribute to promoting and rewarding excellence in teaching and skills development. The explication of tacit knowledge from evaluation experience through a multimedia database contributes to the consolidation and improvement of evidence-building within higher education.

Register to experience the live demonstration of the CA²RE+ concept in practice, and actively contribute to the discussion.

Registration is free of charge.

Who is it for?

Researchers and supervisors in art practice, architecture and design. Staff and leadership in charge of creating infrastructure and evaluation frameworks in higher education in arts, architecture and design.

Creative practitioners and potential doctoral students from all of the above fields who are interested in integrating research into their work or exploring design-driven approaches are welcome. All those interested in becoming part of the CA²RE community, join us!

Programme

13:30 Speed networking (optional)
14:00 Welcome & introduction
  • Maria Hansen, executive director of ELIA
  • Mia Roth-Čerina, council member of EAAE
14:10 CA²RE project outcomes
14:30 Book spotlight: Design-driven Doctoral Research STRATEGIES
14:40 Live demonstration of a CA²RE+ presentation and review concept
  • Presenter: Marta Fernández Guardado, HCU HafenCity University Hamburg
    Home: Things & Bodies.
    A thing-based exploration into personal space.
  • Panel members: Fabrizia Berlingieri, Anne-Helen Mydland
15:40 Coffee break
16:00 Book spotlight: Design-driven Doctoral Research EVALUATION
16:10 Reviewing the demonstration & looking forward
small breakout group discussions with PhD candidates and reviewers
16:55 Book spotlight: Design-driven Doctoral Research FRAMEWORK
17:05 Short break
17:10 Looking forward (panel discussion, moderated by Mia Roth-Čerina)
  • Urs Hirschberg, head and coordinator of ARENA
  • Anne-Helen Mydland, professor, Art Academy, University of Bergen
  • Ana Telles, dean of the School of the Arts, University of Évora; member of ELIA representative board
  • Ilaria Valente, vice-president of EAAE
18:05 Wrap up
  • Jose Pedro Sousa, community ambassador of the New European Bauhaus
  • Tadeja Zupančič, head partner of CA2RE+
18:20 Networking activity (optional)

* All time data is in CEST (Central European Summer Time)

** More info about the programme and contributors will be announced soon.

Hosts

CA²RE in association

CA²RE+ Partners