REMA is launching their first Musicology Poster Session for researchers, to foster cooperation between specialists! During the Summit, researchers and research departments can talk to the rest of the Early Music sector, and the world.
If your work can impact the future of performance practice, musicology, audience development, instrument making, pedagogy, edition… apply for our Poster session!
– Send the title and a short description (max. 500 words) of your research project by 30 September 2020 to firstname.lastname@example.org, with the email object: POSTER CALL. You will be informed by 5 October if your project was selected.
– Work on the visual presentation and send the final poster before 10 November.
– The poster should present a research project linked to any field in Early Music, in particular performance practice, musicology, audience development, instrument making, pedagogy, edition, etc.
– The final selection shall reflect the ongoing academic research that will shape the sector’s future, with an immediate application to performance, audience development, instrument making, etc. The selection committee will be constituted of 6 Early Music professionals (programmers, performers, musicologists…) picked by REMA’s Executive Bureau, within REMA or its close partners, and that reflect the diversity of the Early Music Sphere.
Presenting a poster in the Earl Music Summit
– Once selected, participants will send their poster to email@example.com with a 2-sentences presentation and a link to a website.
– The file must be written in English; size is 1200 x 630 px in jpeg and pdf.
– The posters will be available on a dedicated Facebook page where the authors can chat with the readers, and on the Summit’s platform.
– On 20 to 22 November, the authors can present their posters to their fellow researchers, to the Early Music Community, and to the broader audience, during dedicated video sessions and chats.
How to make a good poster?
A good poster presents information in a visually accessible way, using text but also the layout, graphics and pictures to present the project research at a glance.
We recommend you work with a graphic designer once you have selected the information you will use.