The 17th AEME Events Management Educators Forum

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Events Principles and Practices: a level playing field?

1 July 2021

09.45 - 16.45: Main conference

17.30 - 20.00: Evening programme

 

2 July 2021

09.15 - 10.00: AEME AGM

10.15 - 15.15: Main conference

 

This is a virtual conference

In collaboration with the New Carnival Company and the Open Road carnival project, AEME 2021 is aimed at industry practitioners, researchers and educators with an interest in events research and practice.

This year's event will be online over two days with Keynote speakers, industry practitioner and academic research papers and evening entertainment.

 
  • Be inspired by keynote speakers and workshop leaders from academia and industry.

  • Explore accessibility, inclusivity and participation through presentation, workshops and round-table discussions.

  • Learn from internationally pioneering accessibility projects

  • Create national and international research, education, and collaboration networks.

  • Get a (virtual) flavour of the vibrant city of Brighton and Hove by the sea in Sussex.

Key features of the conference

Live Performance

Keynote speakers

Bringing industry and academia together in this international conference creates opportunities for excellent key note sessions on best practice and cutting edge research around accessibility, inclusivity, and empowerment across a wide range of events and festivals.

 

Confirmed speakers for 2021 include Prof. Gayle McPherson (University of West Scotland), Dr. Ju Gosling (Together! 2012), Serge Attukwei Clottey (Founder of LA360 and artist, Ghana), Paul Davies (Embaixadores da Alegria, Rio Carnival) and Quentin 'Barabbas' Woodside (Junkanoo music, Bahamas)

 
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Event programme 

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Key Dates

Abstract Submission

6 May 2021

Notification of Acceptance

31 May 2021

Registration Deadline

1 July 2021

Conference

1&2 July 2021

 

We welcome presentations and other contributions to this conference that explore links between events principles and practices with particular reference to (although not limited to) access, belonging, participation and empowerment. The 2021 conference intends to address the agenda of societal impact and our collective responsibilities towards the Sustainable Development Goals, in particular SDG10 Reduced Inequalities and SDG16 Peace, Justice, and Strong Institutions, to provide a platform to further our understanding of the impacts of class, gender, ethnicity, age, disability, sexual orientation, religious priorities and others on the production and consumption of events, festivals, carnivals, celebrations and spectacles.

We also invite papers on wider aspects of international events, festivals and carnivals. As with previous conferences we welcome contributions from various academic disciplines and practices. We also encourage poster submissions.

 
 
 

Fees and Booking

Conference fee includes: two day conference keynotes and presentations;  delegate pack and attendance to the online evening event.

There are the following attendee categories for this event

 

  • AEME members (free institutional places) Two free places are available per member institution. You will be required to name the institution you will be representing when booking.​

  • AEME member: £30

  • Non AEME academic: £30

  • Industry professional/carnivalist: £30

  • OPEN ROAD member (non-bursary*): £30

  • The online evening event only: Free

* Bursaries are available to support a number of OPEN ROAD members to attend the conference. If you are interested in taking up a bursary, please contact Chris or Frankie at The New Carnival Company for a more detailed conversation via email at chris@thenewcarnivalcompany.com  

Join us online: To register for AEME 2021 Online, please click the link below and follow the registration steps.       

 
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Organising Committee

Dr Mandy Curtis

Dr Clare Weeden

Dr Michael Williams (Chair, Scientific Committee)

 

 

Contact details

If you have any queries please contact: M.curtis3@brighton.ac.uk   or   Mandy@18Hours.org.uk
 

 

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