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Creative Arts Education and Therapy (CAET) webinar series:

History, Applications and Frontiers

Following the success of our webinar series Laban – History, Applications and Frontiers, which was launched in 2017 and has attracted a audience worldwide audience, we are planning a second series titled "Creative Arts Education and Therapy – History, Applications and Frontiers". We are inviting some of the most influential and promising educators and therapists to deliver the online presentations. This year-long program aims at bringing the professionals in the arts education and therapy field together throughout the world to stimulate a critical dialogue and facilitate networking to strengthen our profession, in line with the mission of the CAET journal.

The whole series has 7 modules in the education and therapy related to different art forms of music, drama, dance, expressive art, poetry, and play. Each module consists of 4-8 seminars. Every seminar is one hour in duration total, including 40-45 minutes of lecture plus a 15-20 minutes Q&A session. All sessions are live and recorded (live), in order so as to be available for future instruction and learning. For this purpose to happen, we have recruited a team to support the technical and logistic aspects of the sessions.

In the meantime, our Laban series will run till Oct 2018. The CAET series, consisting of over 30 plus webinars, will be launched in December of this year and will run through 2020. From these webinar presenters, we will eventually select the speakers for the CAET World Forum held live in Europe and China. In addition, the revenues from this webinar series will be used to sponsor the open access publishing of our CAET journal and the academic conferences in China and Europe.

For this event, we also invite and select the interested institutions to be the event partners in this elite club. The partnership is free of charge and your institution's name and web link will be listed on the event pages. Besides, the members associated with your organization will get a discounted price for the webinars. If you would like to join this partnership program, please send us the name, logo, and a very brief introduction of your institution, together with an the estimated number of the associated members.

Register online and select the webinars you are interested.

Advisory board

· Marcia Plevin, Founder, Creative Movement Association, Italy/US

· Dr. Sue Jennings, Professor, Derby University

· Sophie Wang, Founder and CEO, SF Psychology Media, China

· Professor Vicky Karkou, Edge Hill University, UK

· Teresa Torres de Eça, Open University of Lisbon and University of Algarve, Portugal, President of the International Society for Education Through Art (InSEA)

· Alexander Kopytin, Russian Art Therapy Association, World Psychiatric Association, Russia

· Mimma Della Cagnoletta, University of Milan, Association Art Therapy Italiana, Italy

· Dr. Ma Li-wen, Professor, Applied Drama and Expressive Arts Education Centre, Beijing Normal University, China

· Dr. Ji Jianlin, Professor, Zhongshan Hospital, Fudan University

Event organizers

· Inspirees Institute

· CAET journal

· Chinese Arts Therapy Group, Chinese Psychological Association

Event partners

· Association for dance movement psychotherapy UK

· University of Hertfordshire, UK

· Department of Art Education, East China Normal University, China

· Shanghai Mental Health Center, China

· Mark Morris Dance Group/Dance for Parkinson Program, US

· University of Derby, UK

· Creative Arts Therapy Research Unit, the University of Melbourne, Australia

· School of Arts, Peking University, China

· Orpea Xianlin International Care Center, China

· World Alliance of Dance Movement Therapy (WADMT)

· Institute of Expressive Psychotherapy, Art Therapy Italiana, Italy

· Beijing Normal University/Applied Drama and Expressive Arts Education Centre, China

· Brecha Center/Danza Movimiento Terapia, Argentina

· Het Dolhuys, National Museum of Psychiatry, The Netherlands

· World of Art and Brut Culture (WABC), China

· Association of Creative Movement, Italy

· Laban/Bartenieff Institute of Movement Studies (LIMS), US

· Myongji University/Music Therapy Department, South Korea

· Jessica Kingsley Publishers, UK

· Pratt Institute, US

· Delattre Dance Company, Germany

· Nanjing Outsider Art Studio, China

· Dept. of Dance/ Movement Psychotherapy, Institute of Practical Psychology and Psychoanalysis, Russia

· University of Applied Sciences of Special Needs Education Zürich, Switzerland

· Les Grands Ballets Canadiens de Montréal/National Centre for Dance Therapy, Canada

· PBSP (Pesso Boyden System Psychomotor) Institute, Germany

· International Society for Education Through Art (InSEA)

· Chinese Adult Education Association/Chinese Ministry of Education, China

· Tongji University, College of Arts and Media, China

· Royal Academy of Dance, China hedquater

· Dance and Creative Wellness Foundation, the Netherlands

· Zhongshan Hospital, Fudan University, China

· Laban Events, Switzerland


· Li Qian, Wuxi Mental Health Center, China (Module 1)

· Chen Yan, USA (Module 2)

· Dr. Debra Kalmanowitz, University of Social Science & Arts, Israel (Module 3)

· Dr. Tony Zhou, Inspirees Institute, China (Module 4)

· Julia Morozova, EADMT, The Netherlands (Module 4)

· Dr. John Chang, Yanggo University, China (Module 5)

· Dr. Erica Rose Jeffrey*, Dance for Parkinson's, Australia (Module 6)

· Dr. Bao Ai-min, Neuroscience Institute of Zhejiang University, China (Module 6)

· Dr. Peng Yong wen, Shanghai Theater Academy, China (Module 7)