ENO - European Network of Observatories in the Field of Arts and Cultural Education linked to UNESCO

Kulturelle Bildung in Europa durch internationale Vernetzung, Zusammenarbeit in Forschungsfragen sowie die gemeinsame Entwicklung von Konzepten und Umsetzungsstrategien zu stärken und zugleich weiterzuentwickeln steht im Zentrum dieses Netzwerks. Der OeAD ist seit 2016 Mitglied. 
www.eno-net.eu

TAGUNG 2022: Kulturelle Bildung, Resilienz und Nachhaltigkeit zusammen_denken

(English version below)

Tagung und Praxisaustausch für Lehrer/innen, Künstler/innen, Vermittler/innen und Wissenschaftler/innen 

Termin: 15.9.2022, 14:00 bis 21:00 Uhr
Ort: Kardinal König Haus, Kardinal-König-Platz 3, 1130 Wien

Der OeAD und EDUCULT laden im Rahmen des ENO-Netzwerks zur Tagung und zum Praxisaustausch "Kulturelle Bildung, Resilienz und Nachhaltigkeit zusammen_denken" in Wien ein. Gemeinsam mit europäischen Forschenden sowie mit Lehrer/innen, Künstler/innen und Vermittler/innen aus Österreich wird diskutiert, welche Praxis und Perspektiven die Kulturelle Bildung für einen resilienten und nachhaltigen Umgang mit Transformationen entwickelt.

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  • 14:00               Begrüßung

    Sirikit Amann, OeAD, Bildung und Gesellschaft (AT)

    Charlotte Svendler Nielsen, ENO-Vorsitzende (DK)
     

    14:15               Einführung

    Markus Jeschaunig, Agent in the Biosphere, Künstler und Architekt, Graz (AT)

     

    14:45               Podiumsdiskussion:

    Welche Kulturelle Bildung braucht es in Zeiten des Umbruchs?

    Ulrike Gießner-Bogner, OeAD, Kulturvermittlung mit Schulen (AT)

    Susanne Keuchel, Akademie der Kulturellen Bildung, Remscheid (DE)

    Baiba Molnika, Lettische UNESCO-Kommission (LV)

    Edwin van Merkeerk, Radboud University (NL)

     

    Moderation: Aron Weigl, EDUCULT (AT)

     

    15:45               Pause

     

    16:00               Tischrunden

    Katharina Anzengruber, Paris Lodron Universität Salzburg – Universität Mozarteum (AT)

    Sheri Avraham, D/Arts – Projektbüro für Diversität und urbanen Dialog (AT)

    Stephanie Godec, Österreichische UNESCO-Kommission (AT)

    Mona Jas / Stefanie Fröhlich, KinderKunstLabor St. Pölten 2024 (AT)

    Tanja Klepacki, UNESCO-Lehrstuhl für Kulturelle Bildung, Friedrich-Alexander-Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg (DE)

    Elmira Shemsedinova, Fachhochschule für Kunst und Design der KNUTD, Kiew (UA) / Anton Lederer, Office Ukraine Graz at: < rotor > (AT)

     

    17:30               Pause

     

    17:45               Abschluss im Plenum

    Gabriele Stöger, Gesamtmoderation

    Gudrun Jöller, Graphic Recording

     

    19:00 – 21.00  Empfang / Buffet

Tagungssprachen: Englisch und Deutsch (Plenum: Simultanübersetzung)

ANMELDUNG bis 13.09.2022

Wir denken an morgen: Daher ist es unser OeAD-Ziel, dass dies ein ÖkoEvent wird!

Bitte reisen Sie nach Möglichkeit mit öffentlichen Verkehrsmitteln an (Straßenbahn Linie 60 bis Jagdschloßgasse, https://www.kardinal-koenig-haus.at/info/anreise).

 

Es gelten die aktuellen COVID-Präventionsmaßnahmen für Wien.

Es wird das Tragen einer FFP2-Maske empfohlen.

CONFERENCE 2022: Think_Together ARTS AND CULTURAL EDUCATION, RESILIENCE and SUSTAINABILITY

Conference and exchange of practice for teachers, artists, cultural educators and researchers

Date: Thursday, 15 September 2022, 14:00 – 19.00
Venue: Kardinal König Haus, 1130 Vienna

The OeAD and EDUCULT invite in the framework of ENO to the conference and exchange of practice "Think_together arts and cultural education, resilience and sustainability" in Vienna. Together with European researchers as well as teachers, artists and cultural educators from Austria, the conference will discuss which practice and perspectives arts and cultural education is developing for a resilient and sustainable approach to transformations.

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  • 14.00               Greeting

    Sirikit Amann, OeAD, Education and Society (AT)

    Charlotte Svendler Nielsen, Chair of ENO (DK)
     

    14:15               Lecture

    Markus Jeschaunig, Agent in the Biosphere, artist and architect, Graz (AT)

     

    14:45               Panel Discussion:

    What kind of arts and cultural education is needed in times of transition?

    Ulrike Gießner-Bogner, OeAD, Cultural Education with Schools (AT)

    Susanne Keuchel, Academy of Arts Education (DE)

    Baiba Molnika, University of Latvia, Latvian Commission for UNESCO (LV)

    Edwin van Merkeerk, Radboud University (NL)

     

    Moderation: Aron Weigl, EDUCULT (AT)

     

    15:45               Break

     

    16:00               Workshops

    Katharina Anzengruber, Paris Lodron University of Salzburg – Mozarteum University Salzburg (AT)

    Sheri Avraham, D/Arts – Projektbüro für Diversität und urbanen Dialog (AT)

    Stephanie Godec, Austrian Commission for UNESCO (AT)

    Mona Jas / Stefanie Fröhlich, KinderKunstLabor St. Pölten 2024 (AT)

    Tanja Klepacki, UNESCO Chair in Arts and Culture in Education, Friedrich-Alexander-University Erlangen-Nürnberg (DE)

    Elmira Shemsedinova, Professional College of Arts and Design of KNUTD, Kiev (UA) / Anton Lederer, Office Ukraine Graz at: < rotor > (AT)

     

    17:30               Break

     

    17:45               Conclusion in plenary session

    Gabriele Stöger, moderation

    Gudrun Jöller, graphic recording

     

    19:00 – 21.00  Reception

Conference languages: English and German (plenary sessions: simultaneous translation)

 

REGISTRATION until 13 September 2022

 

We think about tomorrow: Therefore it is our OeAD goal that this will be an ÖkoEvent!

Please travel by public transport if possible (tramway line 60 to Jagdschloßgasse, https://www.kardinal-koenig-haus.at/en/contact/directions).

 

The current COVID prevention measures for Vienna apply.

Wearing an FFP2 mask is recommended.

TAGUNG 2019: MORE THAN BYTES

Conference on digitalisation and cultural education

Date: Thursday 11th April 2019, Vienna, from 10am – 5pm

Venue: Kardinal König Haus, Kardinal-König-Platz 3, 1130 Vienna

Conference Language: English and German

Organizer: ENO Member Austria OeAD and EDUCULT

Cultural and digital education are prerequisites for forward-looking, individualized learning that promotes self-competence, creativity and flexibility. Digital education in the context of cultural education is a relatively young approach that needs to be tested, also in terms of a reflective distance. How can artists and mediators work with pupils using digital media in the field of cultural education? How are teachers prepared for these challenges to engage in creative processes in the context of cultural and digital education? We live in a media society that uses "old" and "new" - analogue and digital - media in a linked and interactive way. Cultural media education, as part of general education, enables children and young people to orient themselves in an increasingly medial and mediated world. digitalisation strategies in Europe have also triggered discussion in the area of arts education on how cultural workers work with students in the context of digital media. The conference will cover research findings on the subject area and showcase models of how the practical implementation in different countries in Europe works in the field of cultural education. The spectrum ranges from the education of future teachers, to the use in school, to the informal education of young people in the context of digitalisation.

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  • Digitalisation and cultural education can be linked in two ways. On the one hand, this can mean the digitalisation of the methods of arts and arts education, i.e. the use of digital media. On the other hand, digital arts education describes a changed form, understood in the sense of the "post-digital" as an access to digital media that no longer asks for technological innovation and improvement through these technologies. Instead, digitalisation is understood as something that has already taken place and can no longer be perceived as the new, but describes a new state of media, art and design that also opens up a new view of the difference and relationship between analogue and digital media. The first panel explores the question of how this also changes the perspectives of cultural education.

    Keynote Speaker: Benjamin Jörissen, Friedrich-Alexander-Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg, Head of the Meta-research project "Forschung zur Digitalisierung in der Kulturellen Bildung"

  • The second panel focuses on the relationship between creativity and the use of digital means. New artistic-creative educational projects and creativity competitions emerge. They reflect creativity as a central slogan in diverse societal fields and key qualification in the age of digitalisation. Artists become digital creatives and vice versa. The concept of art must be renegotiated again. How has artistic-creative production changed with the digital technologies? What models and examples combine creative and digital action? And what does this have to do with cultural education and mediation approaches, if it is in school or in out-of-school projects?

    Keynote Speaker: Gerfried Stocker, Artistic Director Ars Electronica Linz: Create your world

  • Technological developments prevail when they either meet human needs or are imposed on people because of massive particular interests. Hanzers presentation explores current discourses on the consequences of exponential technological development. Do we have every reason to look forward to a future that serves us comprehensively and offers us expanded design options, or should we use all levers to avoid becoming slaves to technological systems?

    Keynote Speaker: Markus Hanzer, University of Applied Arts Vienna. The media and communication designer (ORF, ARD, ZDF, 3sat, RBB, NDR ...)
    Markus Hanzer is head of the design department at the Vorarlberg University of Applied Sciences and teaches at the University of Applied Arts in Vienna and at the University of Art in Linz, among others.