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Potenziale von Künstler:innen in kulturellen Bildungskontexten

Abschluss, Erkenntnisse und Perspektiven des Pilotkurses Künstlerische Interventionen in der Kulturellen Bildung
17.-18. November im Palais Podewil (Klosterstraße 68, 10179 Berlin)

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Donnerstag, 17. November 2022

17.45 Uhr Ankunft und Aperitif
18.00 Uhr Begrüßung
Corinna Scheller, Kulturprojekte Berlin
Prof. Dr. Birgit Mandel, Institut für Kulturpolitik, Universität Hildesheim
18.10 Uhr Kurzpräsentation zentraler Erkenntnisse des Pilotkurses
Prof. Dr. Birgit Mandel, Institut für Kulturpolitik, Universität Hildesheim
18.30 Uhr Gesprächsrunde Zukunft vermitteln – Kunstschaffende in der Kulturellen Bildung
Moderation: Ulrike Sommer, Wider Sense TraFo gGmbH

  • Teresa Darian, Kulturstiftung der Länder
  • Claudia Keuchel, Stadt Gelsenkirchen, Referat Kultur
  • Kristin Lohmann, Künstlerin und Absolventin des Pliotkurses
  • Renate Raschen, Senatsverwaltung für Kinder und Bildung, Bremen
  • Magdalena von Rudy, Bildende Künstlerin
  • Clara Wengert, Bundesvereinigung Kulturelle Kinder- und Jugendbildung
20.00 Uhr Präsentation der Abschlusspublikation: Künstlerische Interventionen in der Kulturellen Bildung – Inhalte, Methoden und Reflexion eines Curriculums für Künstler:innen
20.15 Uhr Buffet und Musik


Freitag, 18. November 2022

9.00 Uhr Ankommen mit Kaffee
9.30 Uhr Begrüßung
Prof. Dr. Birgit Mandel, Institut für Kulturpolitik, Universität Hildesheim
9.45 Uhr Künstlerische Intervention
10.30 Uhr Impulsvortrag Kunstschaffende in Bildungssettings
Prof. Dr. Nana Eger, Hochschule Merseburg 
11.00 Uhr Vertiefung und Vernetzung in moderierten Tischrunden
Zukunft vermitteln: Kunstschaffende in der Kulturellen Bildung

  • Runde 1: Förderstrukturen für Kunstschaffende
    Moderation: Dr. Michael Reitemeyer, Ministerium für Kultur und Wissenschaft NRW
  • Runde 2: Weiterbildung für Kunstschaffende
    Moderation: Michael Heber, Senatsverwaltung für Bildung, Jugend und Familie, Berlin
  • Runde 3: Vernetzung und Interessenvertretung
    Moderation: Karl Philip Engelland und Monika Nordhausen, Bundesverband Kulturagent*innen
  • Runde 4: Persönliche Erfahrungen und Erfolgsstrategien in der künstlerisch-vermittelnden Arbeit
    Moderation: Magdalena von Rudy, Bildende Künstlerin
  • Runde 5: Auswirkungen der aktuellen gesellschaftlichen Situation
    Moderation: Helmut Seidenbusch, Stiftung Mercator
12.30 Uhr Abschluss und Ausblick
Prof. Dr. Birgit Mandel, Institut für Kulturpolitik, Universität Hildesheim
13.00 Uhr Mittagsimbiss


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Symposium on Artistic Interventions in educational and social contexts

An event of the Certificate Course “Artistic Interventions in Cultural Education” at the University of Hildesheim, funded by Stiftung Mercator

Friday, 8th July – Saturday, 9th July 2022 at the University of Hildesheim / Main Campus and Cultural Campus at the Domain of Marienburg

The Symposium addresses artists working in the field of Cultural Education and other societal contexts, scientists and scholars, students and practitioners in the fields of Cultural Education and Cultural Mediation as well as representatives from cultural and education institutions and administrations.

Art bears a particular potential for cultural education processes. Experiencing artistic principles and processes can stimulate inquisitiveness, independent and unconventional thought and action as well as one’s self-perception and that of one’s environment among children, youths and adults. It can also strengthen awareness of self-efficacy and of complex societal contexts. The International Symposium seeks to create access to and discuss knowledge and insights relating to cultural and education policy programmes in various countries, demonstrate a wide range of perspectives on aims, potentials and impacts of cultural interventions in educational contexts and make different artistic concepts and strategies for working in various social and educational contexts experienceable in practice workshops run by artists.

The key objectives and issues of the Symposium:

  1. Making accessible and discussing knowledge and insights regarding cultural and education policy programmes of the public sector and private foundations for artists in cultural education in various countries
  2. Demonstrating international perspectives on goals, potentials and impacts of artistic activities in different societal contexts
  3. Getting to know different artistic concepts and practices for working in educational contexts among artists in various fields

We are happy to invite you to spend two days with us getting to know and discussing international positions and gaining impulses for your own work from them.

The Symposium will be held in English.

Admission is free of charge.

The number of participants is limited to 200.

Registrations via email are still possible.

If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact our team at: symposium [at] uni-hildesheim [dot] de

Symposium Programme

Friday, July, 8th 2022, Main Campus Hildesheim University

9.00 Guided Tour of Hildesheim’s historic sites and Unesco World Heritage

10.30 Informal welcome and snack (Audi Max, Main Campus Hildesheim University)

10.30 Informal Welcome and Snack

11.00 Welcome and Introduction “Artistic Interventions in social and educational contexts” – opportunities, potentials, political support (Prof Dr Birgit Mandel, Department for Cultural Policy, head of programme “Artistic Interventions in Educational Contexts”)

11.30 Artistic Intervention – a common experience with artist Uta Plate (freelance theatre director and lecturer in manifold national and international contexts) – Musiksaal

12.30 Lunch

Session 1 Policy Programmes for Artists in Arts Education

Section 1 presents Policy Programs for Artists in social and educational contexts in different countries: Which kind of structures, programmes and strategies do exist in different countries to support artists? What is known about the effects? Which kind of structures are necessary to guarantee sustainable support?

13.30 Teresa Torres de Eça (World Alliance for Arts Education, Portugal): Artists in education: A landscape of connections and tensions

14.00 Marie-Therése Holzer & Dr Katharina L. Ochse (Goethe-Institut, Germany): Artistic work in social and educational contexts –national and regional projects and approaches of the Goethe-Institut

14:30 Prof Dr Susanne Keuchel (President German Federal Association for arts and cultural education/BKJ): Artists in arts education: International and national discourses

15.00 Panel Discussion

15:45 Introduction to Session 2

16.00 Coffee and cake

Session 2 Artistic Interventions in educational and social contexts from a scientific perspective

Section 2 uses the format of participative lectures to discuss scientific results and perspectives on potentials, methods and effects of artistic work in social, educational, political and business contexts: What are the specific benefits and effect that arts can deliver in educational, social, political or business contexts? What are the methods being used? Which kind of studies and evaluations do exist?

16.30 – 17.30 Participative Lecture 1
18.00 – 19.00 Participative Lecture 2

Renata Cervetto (researcher and arts educator from Buenos Aires, Argentina): Archives in art and education: what, how and for whom?

Meriam Bousselmi (Writer, Theatremaker, Lawyer and Researcher from Tunisia based in Berlin): Montaigne’s head and Aesop’s tongue

Dr Tiina Kukkonen (The Canadian Society for Education through Art / Faculty of Education, Queen’s University, Canada): Envisioning the Future of Artistic Interventions – From Research to Action

Dr Naomi A. Haruna (University of Maiduguri, Nigeria; SDG Graduate School ‚Performing Sustainability. Cultures and Development in West-Africa): Effectiveness of Artistic Interventions in educational and social contexts within an insurgency environment: a case of Internally Displaced Persons in some selected camps

Prof Dr Ariane Berthoin Antal (WZB Berlin Social Science Center): The highs and lows of conducting meaningful research on artistic interventions

Verena Melgarejo-Weinandt (curator, artist based in Berlin, researcher at Central European University, Austria): Centering Artistic Mediation from a curatorial point of view: “Gloria E. Anzaldúa as method in decolonial art, art education and politics” 

Katarzyna Niziołek (Faculty Member of the Institute for Sociology, Bialystok University, Poland): Participatory theatre and social research

All Participative Lectures are held twice. You can attend one lecture per time slot.

19.30 Dinner at Main Campus / Gathering & Networking

Saturday, July, 9th 2022, Culture-Campus Domäne Marienburg

Session 3 Artistic Interventions in educational and social contexts from an artistic viewpoint

Session 3 is created by artists who show their approaches for working in educational and social contexts and invite to participate in a common artistic experience: Which kind of approaches and methods do artists use to intervene in educational, social or political contexts? How do they combine their profession as artists with participative projects?

09.00 Welcome with snacks

09:30 Artistic Intervention with Juca Fiis (artist, fellow of CAMP notes on education at documenta fifteen, from Brasil): The courage of the corn to become popcorn

10:15 Introduction to Session 3

10.30 Practical Artistic Workshops 1
12.00 Practical Artistic Workshops 2

David Garner (artist & arts educator from Wales, UK) : Socially Engaged Art from A to B

Dr Anton Kats (artist, musician & dancer from Ukraine, based in Berlin): RA:DIO – All kinds of fires. Listening as an interventory resource

Mariam Gabritchidze & Lili Mamulashvili & Mareike Wenzel (theatre makers, theatre arts educators from Georgia and Germany / organisation:აიწონა-დაიწონა / AITSONA-DAITSONA):  Creating Communal Stages: A workshop based on Aitsona-Daitsona’s theatre work with teachers and children in Georgia

Anne Helga Henning (artist, arts educator & atelierista / Norwegian University of Science and Technology):Worldmaking through ornamenting

Jan Hendrickse (artist, composer & musician from London, UK): Flute making workshop: Exploring intra-action through sound making

Renée Olili Zako (artist, arts educator, mediator & manager / Les Associations Majuscules, Ivory Coast): École de la vie – the importance of a sense of community values & the notion and essence of culture in our communities

All Practical Artistic Workshops are held twice. You can attend one workshop per time slot.

13.30 Lunch & Gathering