08.02.2019

ver_MITTEL_n: Work Materials and Toolboxes in the Context of Critical Cultural Mediation and Cultural Education

A train-the-trainer workshop series in the program area of Contemporary Art and Culture Production. This workshop series is about getting to know each other, reflection, trying out different mediation formats, toolboxes and work materials. They provide different approaches and teaching tools for working in museums and cultural institutions, for school work and for adult education.

Der Workshop richtet sich an Studierende, Kulturvermittler_innen, und Multiplikator_innen in der Jugend- und Erwachsenenarbeit.  

Konzept und Durchführung: Elke Zobl in Kooperation mit Elke Smodics (trafo.K, Wien), Sandra Kobel (Salzburg Museum), Anita Thanhofer (Durchblick Kunstvermittlung) und dem arbeitskreis neu. Plattform für Kulturvermittlung Salzburg.  

Erarbeitet im Projekt „Kulturelle Teilhabe in Salzburg“.

Die Workshopreihe wird im Wintersemester 2019/2020 fortgeführt.  

Die Teilnahme ist kostenlos. Um Anmeldung zu den jeweiligen Workshops wird gebeten: Roswitha Gabriel (roswitha.gabriel@sbg.ac.at)

Programm

Montag, 25. März, 18-19:30 Uhr, gendup, 1. Stock, Grrrl Zine Archiv, Kaigasse 17:

Guest Lecture mit Rebekah Buchanan (USA): Writing a Riot: Documenting Feminist Histories Using Zines 

Dienstag, 26. März 2019, 9-11:45 Uhr, gendup, SE 203, Kaigasse 17:

Workshop mit Elke Zobl (Salzburg) und Besuch des Grrrl Zine Archivs: Do-It-Yourself, Do-It-Together! Künstlerisch-edukative Materialien und Angebote für eine kritische Vermittlungspraxis 

Donnerstag, 4. April 2019, 17:30-20:30 Uhr, Schwerpunkt Wissenschaft & Kunst:

17:30 Einführung,

17:45-20:30 Workshop mit Ellen Roters (Berlin): Outreach zu vielfältigen Lebensweisen am Beispiel des Projektes „All Included!“ 

Freitag, 5. April 2019, 9-17:00 Uhr, Schwerpunkt Wissenschaft & Kunst:

9-11:45 Workshop mit Elke Smodics (trafo.K, Wien): R.E.S.P.E.K.T. Diskussionsmaterialien gegen Diskriminierung: Kollektivierende Praktiken einer kritischen Kunstvermittlung

11:45-12:45 Pause

12:45-15:30 Workshop mit Carla Bobadilla (Wien): Un/Chrono/Logical Timeline: Ein Tool entwickelt in dem Projekt intertwining hi/stories im Kontext von Another Roadmap for Arts Education

15:30-15:45 Pause

15:45-17:00 Diskussionsrunde mit: Elke Smodics, Ellen Roters, Carla Bobadilla, Anita Thanhofer (Durchblick Kunstvermittlung), Sandra Kobel (Salzburg Museum) und Elke Zobl 

Dienstag, 14. Mai 2019, 9-11:45 Uhr, Salzburg Museum, Mozartplatz 1               

Workshop mit Sandra Kobel (Salzburg Museum) und Anita Thanhofer (Durchblick Kulturvermittlung): Questioning – Fragen stellen! Diskursive Methoden für eine dialogorientierte Vermittlungsarbeit

 

Mehr Informationen

Roswitha Gabriel

Referentin

Kooperationsschwerpunkt Wissenschaft & Kunst

Bergstraße 12

Tel: 2383

E-mail to Roswitha Gabriel

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