Education and training
With schools and daycares closed, many parents are looking for activities to engage in with their young children. As part of the National Endowment for the Arts Research Lab project awarded to the Vanderbilt Music Cognition Lab in 2018, our Research Lab studies how parent-child musical activities may support families of children with and without developmental disabilities. Findings from our Research Lab, as well as from other scientists and clinicians across the music cognition field, suggests that musical activities may provide a particularly powerful and effective medium for parent-child interactions.
With the overwhelming amount of data coming in every day during the COVID-19 pandemic, it’s important to have tools that not only aggregate that data, but are also able to present it in easy-to-understand ways.
Across the UK, arts organisations, museums and theatres are unveiling innovative digital plans to ensure culture and creativity is accessible for all.
At a time when cultural institutions in Slovenia have closed their doors, many of them are preparing online content useful for all those who plan activities for children and young people, while offering various opportunities for incorporating cultural content into distance learning. Many of the published content is also intended for adults who do not have the opportunity to visit cultural institutions during this time.
In this crisis, which is first and foremost a public health crisis, our thoughts are of course with the sick and all those who are suffering today and struggling against the coronavirus.
Due to the events associated with coronavirus disease in 2019, the Center for Education Creativity published a call for proposals from the Ministry of Culture "Promoting Creative Cultural Industries - Center for Creativity 2020-2021".