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Music as a Global Resource: - International Council for Caring ...

Music as a Global Resource: - International Council for Caring ...

In 2010, stemming from

In 2010, stemming from over 30 years of research in indigenous epistemology, resources and creative principles, CIIMDA designed a three-tier culture-sensitive, African Musical Arts Education curricula for primary education in Africa (information available). The curricula have been endorsed by the Pan-African Musical Arts Educators, and have been adopted by the Department of Education of South Africa. CURRENT STATUS: We are embarking on the training of skilled manpower for the South African Government as a sustainability initiative. RESEARCH AND EVALUATION: Embodied in description above, (DVD‘s, publications, school performances, festivals) Evaluation of the impact of the CIIMDA programme, carried out by Dr. Masoga Mogomme, in 2007, and sponsored by the Norwegian Foreign Office ADDITIONAL INFORMATION: www.ciimda.org Publications: Learning the musical arts in contemporary Africa Vols.1 & 2 for Primary education. (2005). A comprehensive study of musical arts Vols. 1-4 for secondary/tertiary education. (2007). Theory and practice of modern African classical drum music and drummistic piano Vols. 1-3 (with expository text). (2007). African classical concert ensemble music Vols. 1-3 (Drum-based with expository text) 2009. African indigenous knowledge-sensed musical arts education - policy considerations. (2009). CONTACT INFORMATION: Organization: Center for Indigenous Instrumental Music and Dance Practices of Africa Education Research & Performance (CIIMDA) Address: 64, 14 Street, Menlo Park, Pretoria, South Africa Phone: +27 12 460 4839, Cell +27 74 196 0810, Fax: +27 12 460 4800 Contact Person: O‘Dyke Nzewi, Education & Research Manager Email: info@ciimda.org, odyke.nzewi@ciimda.org 16

SECTION: Music for Sustainable Community Development COUNTRY: Brazil PROJECT: BRINGING MUSIC TO CHILDREN AND ADOLESCENTS IN SITUATIONS OF SOCIAL VULNERABILITY: INTERMUSIC DESCRIPTION: Since 2007 the InterMusic project, in partnership with the Guitarríssima Music, has served people of all age groups who are socially and economically vulnerable. All activities are permeated by seven human values that are at the center of its pedagogical proposal: respect, autonomy, democracy, cooperation, creativity, innovation and responsibility. Participants have the opportunity to develop musical capacities that vary from building their own instruments - using recycled materials - to learning about musical content such as timbre, harmony, melody, form and expressive character. Using an integrative model, where personal musical interactions are magnified by a web-based resource center, InterMusic has several cultural as well as musical aims: To create a time for self-expression and creativity To enhance the local cultural heritage To see music as a tool for social integration To assist in the construction of personal identity, personal values and self-esteem of each participant To socialize and promote tolerance among different cultures To develop musical skills that enhance other areas of life of participants Beyond a model of lesson delivery, InterMusic focuses on creative educational opportunities where music can become a social and economic resource in the lives of youth. In order to accomplish this, students compose and perform pieces made with recycled and conventional instruments. They learn techniques implementing conventional and alternative instruments and prepare musical performances at Sport Club Internacional and Guitarríssima Music School. CURRENT STATUS: The project is ongoing and provides weekly lessons and musical engagements. This musicocultural project was developed in conjunction with Sport Club Internacional, one of the largest soccer teams in Brazil. As such, the program is sustainable through strong partnership with a committed institution creating the likelihood of growth and the continuation of this enterprise. ADDITIONAL INFORMATION: www.guitarrissima.com.br www.internacional.com.br CONTACT INFORMATION: Organization: Guitarrissima Music School Phone: +55 51 3022.3357 Contact Person: Allan César Pfützenreuter, Director Email: contato@guitarrissima.com.br 17

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