World Academic Forum - Stockholm Summit 2022
Welcome to the World Academic Forum Stockholm Summit!
Join a truly diverse group of academics, artists, and students as we gather online and on-site in 27 interdisciplinary constellations.
No matter where you are in the world we hope you will join us at the events available online and on-site. All events are free-of-charge.
When: 18 may 10:00 - 12:00
Where: Lilla Salen, KMH and online at https://youtu.be/TF1u0sd_b68 Länk till annan webbplats, öppnas i nytt fönster.
Prosocial triangulation – a multimodal interplay between music and science.
Five themes: "rhythm", "emotional regulation", "improvisation", "composition and performance" and "learning environment", will be highlighted by musicians, singers, and researchers in a meeting with our young curator Fabienne Glader.
In what ways these themes could be important when creating new prosocial societies will be discussed.
This innovative triangulation (researcher-musician/singer-curator) builds KMH's contribution to WAF 2022. The following questions, among others, will be reflected on:
- How do you use your embodied rhythm and emotional regulation to be able to contribute to a better world?
- When do you improvise and when do you need a script?
- How do you feel when you learn something new?
The themes will be performed by: Katarina Henryson (Rhythm);
Eva Bojner Horwitz and Johannes Landgren (Emotional regulation); Klas Nevrin (Improvisation); Kim Hedås, Albin Uusijärvi and Josef Alin (Composition and Performance); David Thyrén and Siri Sperling (Learning environments). Curator Fabienne Glader.