“Imagining Climate Just Education in 2045: Art School Futures Lab x Klasse Klima”
“We will go onwards in a different mode of humanity, or not at all.” (V. Plumwood)
Planetary resources are fading and anthropocentric domination and exhaustion prove fatal. This will play an existential role also in the futures of arts education.
In this Art School Futures Lab new learning environments beyond green-washing will be imagined collectively. We invite you to develop images of the year 2045 in ways that have blended climate justice as an integral part of creative learning practices.
How must art schools take on their responsibility as testing grounds for structures and curricula to foster safe and just environmental futures? How do creative practitioners position themselves in these future worlds? What are the potentials of arts education to drive systemic change?…
Students, teachers, researchers, administrators, strategic staff and everyone interested in the education of tomorrow’s specialists, creatives and artists!
Filmuniversität Babelsberg, Konrad Wolf, Marlene-Dietrich-Allee 11, 14482 Potsdam, Room: 2501 Flyer
Register until 14.11.2022:
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participation in the Lab is free of charge
We won the third prize with our concept LICHTSCHIENE for the “Kunst am Bau” contest for the new harbor area in Stralsund!! Anyways, we are excited how the actual realisation will turn out in the next years…
REFLECT is a 360° concert installation exploring the possibilities of an artistic communication between man and machine. A digital entity is embodied in different non-anthropomorphic light, screen and mirror arrangements as an observer, interpreter and virtual conductor.
We are very proud to be nominated for this year’s Media Architecture Award at the MAB20 together with the German Maritime Museum, Westermann Kommunikation, Dirk Mailänder and Lightlife. In our media art installation GEZEITEN as a part of the “Window into the Seas” project, we staged the novel LED frame on the iconic façade of the Maritime Museum Bremerhaven complemented by projection and video art inside the museum. The focus was on the themes of tides, sea, ice and climate research. Stay in touch to find out how the award ceremony turned out.