The 5th SIMM-posium – organized by the SIMM-platform and the arts centre Bozar had to take place in Brussels on 18th and 19th December 2020, but was reformatted and is now presented in a series of 9 weekly online sessions on Tuesdays 12th January until 9th March 2021.
Session 5: Research on intercultural social music projects (2):
chair: Brydie-Leigh Bartleet (Queensland Conservatorium Research Centre,Griffith University, AU; to be confirmed)
- Jane W. Davidson, Alexander Crooke, Mariko Hara and Trisnasari Fraser (University of Melbourne, AU) and Tia DeNora (University of Exeter, UK): ‘Fractured bonds and intersectional capital: the impact of social distancing on artists’ social networks’ (research in Australia, UK and Norway)
- Gillian Howell (University of Melbourne, AU): ’The many peaces of community-based music making’ (research in Kosovo and Sri Lanka)
- Charulatha Mani (Queensland Conservatorium Research Centre, Griffith University, AU): ’Connect for comfort: Lullabies in a culturally and linguistically diverse context’ (research in Australia)