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Doubt as Potential for Teachers in post-digital Times

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Education in the Arts
Location Description
Online via Zoom

Lecture Series #Didaktik, curated by Elke Krasny and Maren Polte together with Sophie Lingg and Helena Schmidt, organized by the Program for Art and Education at the Academy of Fine Arts Vienna and the Program Art Education at the Bern University of the Arts.

This lecture examines the effects of post-digitality and reflects on post-digital challenges and possibilities. What are post-digital uncertainties and potentialities? How to approach them, when, at the systemic level, changes have so far not been implemented?

Prof. Dr. Jan G. Grünwald, Professor for Didactics of Art Education at Mozarteum
University Salzburg; teaches art and English at high schools. He is a member of the Society for Art Media Education and publishes regularly on art education, media education, image and media theory as well as gender studies.

Recent Publications:
"Partizipative Online-Kulturräume – TikTok, Pandemie, Gefühlsstrukturen". In Birgit Richard, Jana Müller, Niklas von Reischach: Interaktion – Emotion – Desinfektion. Kunst und Museum in Zeiten von Corona. Campus, 2022. 
"Instagram Stories als Bildverstärker und Kommunikationsanlass". In: Peter Moormann, Manuel Zahn, u.a.: Interdisziplinäre Perspektiven auf aktuelle Phänomene in digitalen Medienkulturen. Kopäd Verlag, 2021.
"Embracing Doubt. Teaching in a post-digital age". In: Tavin, Kevin, Kolb, Gila, Tervo, Juuso: Post-Digital, Post-Internet Art and Education. Palgrave, 2021.


Meeting-ID: 992 2669 5555
Kenncode: 220558