Second run MOOC on Artistic Research in MusicNews July 16, 2019
16 Sep. 2019 - 14 June 2020
We are excited to announce a second run of the MOOC on Artistic Research in Music, which will start on 16 September 2019.
Artistic Research in Music – an Introduction is a free online course which ran for the first time as an instructor-paced MOOC, with a new module being released every two weeks, from 28 January until 5 May 2019.
During this first run we gathered valuable feedback from the learners. We started evaluating the content and are now finishing the updated version of the course.
The second run will launch on 16 September 2019 as a self-paced MOOC and will be available until 14 June 2020. 'Self-paced' means that all content will be available immediately.
“A great and inspiring course! Challenging and up to date. It made me reconsider some of the processes in my PhD work.”
“I have been able to explore new approaches and perspectives in my field that I had not considered before.”
“I am inspired to continue pursuing the path of artistic research in my own particular way.”
- MOOC learners 28 Jan. - 5 May 2019
Facts & figures
- 21 speakers (Orpheus researchers and guests)
- 60 videos (knowledge clips, interviews and more)
- 400+ minutes of video
- 6 assessments and 6 practical assignments
- 1700+ people have already enrolled
Course Staff Orpheus Institute:
Jonathan Impett, Paulo de Assis, Tom Beghin, Catherine Laws and Luk Vaes.
Heloisa Amaral, Marcel Cobussen, Nicolas Collins, Darla Crispin, Lucia D'Errico, Daniela Fantechi, George E. Lewis, Vincent Meelberg, Sally Jane Norman, Stefan Östersjö, Ian Pace, Juan Parra Cancino, Deniz Peters, Gertrud Sandqvist, Ellen Ugelvik and Matthew Wright.
- Introduction to Artistic Research in Music
- Finding focus: articulating questions, topics and objectives
- Scoping and locating the project
- Negotiating with theory, creating a discourse
- Documentation, dissemination and returning research to practice
By the end of this course, through completing the assignments of this course you will effectively have produced a complete research proposal.