Activity identification: C3
Fields: Higher Education
Activity Type: SP-HE-SHORT – Short-term joint staff training events
Activity Description: Short-term joint staff training event module 3 will further develop the course building on O3, Design and development of Artistic and Cultural Activity 1, the form will be a programme with a mix of lectures, presentations by the participants and time for working on the production of O3. The short-term joint staff training event module 3 will be hosted by Univerza v Ljubljani, Slovenia.
The development of the teaching programme for O3 Design and development of Artistic and Cultural Activity 1 is the output type: Artistic and Cultural Activity, and will take a point of departure in the new joint study programme guide. The programme will point out in detail the level of knowledge, skills and competencies, the profile of these to ensure an operative content, i.e. the structure of the new study programme.
The result of O3 Design and development of Artistic and Cultural Activity 1, will in C4 and C5 be executed as a public exposition on the basis of the developed innovative results that is the outcome of the CRAFT Joint Multidisciplinary Course Curriculum developed in O1 and implemented in the Joint Multidisciplinary Training Scheme O2.
The goal of O3, design and development of Artistic and Cultural Activity 1 is also to ensure CRAFT to be able to disseminate the new products and innovative ideas developed during the new course.
It is the expectation that the findings and products of the first part of the Joint Multidisciplinary Course Curriculum will be showcasing cultural diversity and creating intercultural dialogue at a public art exhibition focusing on innovative activities built on shared cultural heritage. This, as a first step in the overall aim of CRAFT; enhancing the skills of students on a foundation of close links between innovation, research and education – the three sides of the ‘knowledge triangle’.
The development of the new CRAFT course aims to define the content of the module concerning knowledge, skills and competencies that the students will meet. It will also define concrete instructions for carrying out the course module in O3 and present the work in E2 and later the results in E3.
Profile of participants:
Aalborg University – Contributing with the following characteristics: Project management, Master and PhD classes in design, architecture and design history.
Univerza v Ljubljani, Filozofska fakulteta, Slovenia – Contributing with the following characteristics: Master and PhD classes in art history.
University of Aveiro, Department of Communication and Art (DeCA), Aveiro, Portugal – Contributing with the following characteristics: PhD classes in furniture and interior design (theoretical).
AMAT Theatre, Ancona, Italy – Contributing with the following characteristics: Theatre performance and public displays, and interdisciplinary projects (site-specific performances, community projects, research).
University of Oviedo, Oviedo, Spain – Contributing with the following characteristics: Master and PhD classes in furniture and interior design (theoretical from the historic and conceptual point of view).
Hans Thyge, Norsminde, Denmark – Contributing with the following characteristics: Design company and innovative non-formal education (workshop and research projects).
Country of Venue: Slovenia