Dear ECA Partners and all others,

This is the website where we will be sharing information concerning the Exploration and Collaboration in the Arts / The ECA Network’s activities.

Please take a moment to view the short documentary “Motion, Emotion – Seven Days in Copenhagen”.  This film is dedicated to the memory of Johannes Johansson (1951 – 2012), Principal of the Royal College of Music, Stockholm, Sweden. You will find this on the “Media” page.

Other videos and pictures can be viewed on the “Physical Cinema” page.

There is a specific “ECA NETWORK PARTNER’S PAGE”, password accessible for our activities and other network related only information.  I will distribute the password to our ECA representatives shortly.

We have a major focus towards environmental issues and ways the arts can have a positive impact on communicating global warming and other concerns affecting our planet.

“Science and climate change is fiendishly complex, and what the artist can do is to take these global abstract notions and somehow craft them into a narrative, a story, on a human scale”
– David Buckland, Director Cape Farewell

I look forward to working for and with you all to develop innovative NORDPLUS Intensive Courses, workshops, and hope many of you have the opportunity to participate in these activities as well as the mobility/travel and exchange possibilities for both students and teachers.

Best regards

David Yoken
Co-ordinator, ECA Network

Fall 2017

    AMK tunnus (4)

The ECA Network is supported by the Nordic Council of Ministers and the Baltic Countries through
the Nordplus Higher Education Programme.

Photo: Janne Leimola. The Danish National School of Performing Arts, Copenhagen, Denmark
March 2012


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