Activity identification: C8
Fields: Higher Education
Activity Type: SP-HE-BLEND – Blended mobility of higher education students
Activity Description: Blended mobility of higher education students course 2 will execute the course building on O4, Artistic and cultural activity 2, the form will be a workshop programme with a mix of lectures, presentations by the participants, discussants, and hands-on assignments, for working on the production of O4.
The blended mobility of higher education students course 2 will be based on the newly developed joint multidisciplinary teaching approach. It is the expectation that the exhibition of the project’s findings and products, will showcase cultural diversity and the creation of intercultural dialogue at a chosen public exhibition, focusing on innovative practices built on shared cultural heritage.
The event will present the project’s outline (2020), objectives and expected outcomes, as well as the designs and prototypes developed by the students in Artistic and Cultural Activity 2 (O4). The event will be carried out as a Session and a Workshop during a Summer School to initialize and catalyze a reaction and thereby perform actions and new designs that create innovative practices built on shared cultural heritage connections.
The results produced in C7 and C8 will be showcased at E5.
Furthermore, there will be made a documentation and evaluation that will be part of Intellectual Output O7, Design and development of CRAFT Handbook which is the output type: Learning / teaching / training material – Manual / handbook / guidance material.
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: Italy