Call for Posters

Submit your Abstract now

Participate in the seventh international and interdisciplinary symposium Art in Motion in Munich, Germany on June 5th and 6th, 2020. By presenting your own work as a poster, you will be able to exchange ideas with guests from Australia, Austria, The Netherlands, Germany, Switzerland and the USA, enjoy live musical performances, attend workshops to explore as a driving force not only in the performing arts, but also in human biology, training strategies, and in life cycles.

The poster session is an essential part of the event and will take place on the second day, Saturday, June 6th, 2020. There is time specifically allocated for all symposium participants to view the posters, watch demonstrations, and exchange their thoughts with poster presenters.

Do you have something you would like to present? Your current research or project that is related to the main theme of this year’s meeting – – and/or do you have innovative ideas concerning music, dance, sports, medicine and/or psychology? The poster format can be used to report the results of empirical research, to discuss methodological issues, or to show the practical application of a training technique.

Young academics are very welcome. For young researchers, the poster session may serve to introduce their first scientific work to an international audience, to compare their research to international standards, to network with the national and international junior and scientific community and to meet luminaries in the field.

If you are interested in sharing your work with others and participating in the poster session, please submit your abstract by February 21, 2020 (or earlier). All abstracts will be peer-reviewed, and notice of acceptance will be sent to you in March, 2020, with a chance for revision before publication. Those chosen will be awarded a reduction in the symposium fees for full participation on both days, and be invited to a catered lunch the day of the poster session. Your abstract will appear in the printed program book.

We look forward to your abstract submission as well as to answering any questions you may have:

Submitting posters

You can also download this Call for Posters as pdf-file.

Deadline Feb. 21st, 2020





March 30, 2020

Art in Motion 2020: RHYTHM! postponed until next year

Due to the Corona-Pandemic, we have postponed Art in Motion 2020: RHYTHM! until next year. The new dates are: June 4th and 5th, 2021. Registration will remain open and those who have already registered do not need to do so again. ...

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February 25, 2020

Registration and symposium booking now open

Registration and symposium booking is now open. Further information is available at the menu entry "Registration". ...

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February 09, 2020


SLEEP is IMPORTANT! Looking for a hotel that’s walking distance from the symposium? We’re happy to announce that AiM is partnering with the RUBY LILLY HOTEL on the Stiglmaierplatz. ...

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January 30, 2020

Poster Abstract Submission: Extension Granted to All!

As the saying goes: When life gives you lemons, make lemonade! We experienced a glitch with the new tax laws and were delayed in posting our symposium fees. So we’ve extended the deadline for abstracts for three weeks. The due ...

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December 10, 2019

Partners Art in Motion 2020

Partner organizations announce their support for Art in Motion 2020. As an expression of our thanks, members of the DGM, DGfMM and ÖGfMM will be able to book symposium tickets at a discounted rate. We look forward to welcoming these ...

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November 26, 2019


Seize this chance to actively participate in the next symposium. Please see this PDF or Call for Posters for details. Deadline: February 21, 2020. ...

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