June 2nd and 3rd, 2023 – CLIMATE FRIENDLY: ONLINE

The 8th international and interdisciplinary symposium, Art in Motion 2023, will be held virtually and focus on . What inspires musicians, dancers and athletes to practice, rehearse and train? How can individuals keep up their drive, both short term and long term? What strategies help them maintain creativity and discipline, when the “going gets tough”? How can peers, educators, and society provide an environment that allows performers to thrive during dry spells such as the pandemic?

These and other questions around extrinsic and intrinsic incentives, i.e., the costs and rewards of hard work, as well as factors such as grit and passion, will be explored through keynotes, talks, workshops, a poster session … and performances. Participants will also have multiple opportunities over these two days to exchange ideas with one another directly during this digital event using the Whova plattform and app.

Please join us online for this inspirational event!

Prof. Dr. Adina Mornell
University of Music and Theater Munich (HMTM)

In cooperation with:

Prof. Dr. med. Matthias Echternach
Division of Phoniatrics and Pediatric Audiology, Department of Otorhinolaryngology, Munich University Hospital (LMU)

Dr. med. Andreas Winkelmann
Department of Orthopedic Surgery and Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, Ludwig-Maximilans-University (LMU) Munich

More details are added to this site every week. 

Please visit us again soon to keep up with the news!





March 28, 2023

Don’t miss the EARLY BIRD deadline of May 1st!

Hop on to Eventfrog after registering for the event at "My Symposium," and you will be able to choose to pay your symposium fee with a credit card! This is a new service for AiM, and we hope that it will make ...

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February 21, 2023


AiM23 will include an exclusive interview with Mark Cuban, who will bring his unusual perspective from decades of success through self-motivation to the symposium (see “Special Guest” here on this page). Don’t miss your chance to hear him answer questions ...

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January 11, 2023

A “New" Year With “Old” Goals?

Honestly, if your New Year’s resolutions look like they have been recycled from previous years, it’s time to ask: WHY this déjà vu? Making change isn’t easy, and the first step is to identify the problem. What would you need ...

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January 03, 2023

INFLATION is everywhere, just not here!

In the innovative spirit of Art in Motion, we will defy the worldwide trend and will not be increasing our participant fees this time around. Instead, we are freezing them at the 2021 level. We hope that this small gesture ...

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November 27, 2022


Time is flying by and June will be with us before you know it, so submit your research or project in form of a poster abstract asap. Just check the instructions to register and remember to follow this structure for ...

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