Cooperative & developmental projects at the Iceland University of the Arts
16 March, 12 pm: Live stream with subtitles/interpretation followed by online discussion.

Sigrún Sævarsdóttir Griffiths, musician and instructor at the Guildhall School of Music and Drama and the IUA:
Music’s ability to connect and empower.

Dr. Halldóra Arnardóttir, art historian and project manager:
Art and culture  stimulate the mind  for those who suffer the Alzheimer’s disease.

Dr. Unnur Óttarsdóttir, art therapist and visual artist:
Co-drawing and memory research in light of art therapy. 

Dr. Kristín Valsdóttir, Dean of Art Education at the IUA:
Art and Inclusion: A new field of study.

Host: Magnea Tómasdóttir, singer and tutor at the IUA.

For the dialogue, ReykjavíkurAkademían reached out and joined forces with the Icelandic Disability Alliance, Reykjavík Arts Festival, Iceland University of the Arts, City of Reykjavík, Reykjavík City Theatre and Art Without Borders– as well as other backers that will be observing from the sidelines