Adressieren! Studierende mit Migrationserfahrung und nicht normativem Bildungsweg am BA Art Education, ZHdKAddress!Address!

Developing including measures for candidates and students with migration experience and other non-normative backgrounds for the bachelor degree course Art Education at the Zurich University of the Arts ZHdK In cooperation with Bachelor Art Education ZHdK Data gathering and analysis:…

PARSE conference 2017 EXCLUSIONPARSE conference 2017 EXCLUSIONPARSE conference 2017 EXCLUSION

The 2017 biennal PARSE conference on EXCLUSION tackled very current questions of inequality, neocoloniality and legitimacy as they are expressed and produced through culture and cultures of artistic education. November 15–17, 2017. Venue: Faculty of Fine, Applied and Performing Arts,…

A double-quoted worldA double-quoted worldA double-quoted world

Blog entry on Art.School.Differences: bit.ly/a_s_d; 31.10.2017 Paola De Martin, — “I really don‘t like words like ‘artist’, or ‘integrity’ or ‘courage’ or ‘nobility’. I have a kind of distrust of all these words, because I don’t really know what they…

Ankündigung Workshop In- und Exklusion Feb. 2018Ankündigung Workshop In- und Exklusion Feb. 2018Ankündigung Workshop In- und Exklusion Feb. 2018

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Aufschaltung neue Webseite: Schweizer Netzwerk für DiskriminierungsforschungNew website: Swiss Network of Research on DiscriminationMise en ligne du nouveau site web: Réseau Suisse de recherche sur les discriminations

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Are You Good Enough? The Notion of «Good Design»Are You Good Enough? The Notion of «Good Design»Are You Good Enough? The Notion of «Good Design»

THE NOTION OF «Good Design» AND ITS ROLE IN DESIGN EDUCATION Sarah Owens The workshop «Are You Good Enough?», held at the final Art.School.Differences Symposium (for the workshop description see PARCOURS) in November 2016, intended to galvanise questions and preliminary…

Zine Art Related Feminist PracticesZine Art Related Feminist PracticesZine Art Related Feminist Practices

ART RELATED FEMINIST PRACTICES COLOURING SHEETS. Artists at Work from Talk to Action. How to Deviate from Normativities? Maëlle Cornut, Marie-Antoinette Chiarenza ZINE The ART RELATED FEMINIST PRACTICES COLOURING SHEETS resulted out of the Workshop offered at the Symposium (see…

Was stellt Mentoring im Kunstunterricht her?Was stellt Mentoring im Kunstunterricht her?Was stellt Mentoring im Kunstunterricht her?

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Eigener Ausdruck in Kunst und UnterrichtEigener Ausdruck in Kunst und UnterrichtEigener Ausdruck in Kunst und Unterricht

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WdKA makes a Difference Reader 2017WdKA makes a Difference Reader 2017WdKA makes a Difference Reader 2017

Research Project WdKA makes a Difference WdK A makes a Difference is an action based research project interested in the possibilities of decolonial approaches within the Willem de Kooning Academy, which was conducted from January 2015 till December 2016. Principle…

Netzwerktagung Aktionsforschung 4: Any GenerationNetzwerktagung Aktionsforschung 4: Any GenerationNetzwerktagung Aktionsforschung 4: Any Generation

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Netzwerktagung Aktionsforschung 3: Inklusion über IdentifikationNetzwerktagung Aktionsforschung 3: Inklusion über IdentifikationNetzwerktagung Aktionsforschung 3: Inklusion über Identifikation

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Netzwerktagung Aktionsforschung 2: Zur Homogenität von StudierendenAktionsforschung 2: Zur Homogenität von StudierendenAktionsforschung 2: Zur Homogenität von Studierenden

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Netzwerktagung Aktionsforschung 1: Bildersprache Web KunsthochschuleNetzwerktagung Aktionsforschung 1: Bildersprache Web KunsthochschuleNetzwerktagung Aktionsforschung 1: Bildersprache Web Kunsthochschule

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Art—Education Netzwerk Woche Jan. 2017Art—Education Netzwerk Woche Jan. 2017Art—Education Netzwerk Woche Jan. 2017

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Swiss Art School JungleSwiss Art School JungleSwiss Art School Jungle

How to Survive in the Swiss Art School Jungle? The daily micro-practices of discrimination of international students at art schools by Coko Nuts Collective (represented by Daniel Zea, Hyunji Lee, & Andrea Nucamendi) Inspired by several activist artists and collectives,…

Art.School.Differences final report and statementsArt.School.Differences final report and statementsArt.School.Differences final report and statements

The Art.School.Differences final report, the statements by the partnering schools, and the meta-statement by way of response by the International Advisory Board are available on final report and statements. Chapter 9 summarizes the conclusions (in German), and chapter 10 lists…

Disability inclusionDisability inclusionDisability inclusion

REPORT ON THE FINAL ART.SCHOOL.DIFFERENCES SYMPOSIUM by Nina Mühlemann* I attended the Symposium ‘Because it’s 2016! Challenging inclusion and exclusion at Swiss art schools’ as someone with a strong interest both in the performing arts and in disability inclusion. Growing…

Art.School.Differences und die aesthetische UrteilskraftArt.School.Differences und die aesthetische UrteilskraftArt.School.Differences und die aesthetische Urteilskraft

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I’M HERE AND I’M BLACK, BUT I’M NOT HERE TO BE BLACKI’M HERE AND I’M BLACK, BUT I’M NOT HERE TO BE BLACKI’M HERE AND I’M BLACK, BUT I’M NOT HERE TO BE BLACK

ART.SCHOOL.DIFFERENCES: REPORT ON THE FINAL SYMPOSIUM by Quentin Delval* Arriving at the Toni Areal after a long day and a longish train ride, I wasn’t in top form when I entered the Hörsaal 1 around 7:15pm. But the setting instantly…

Surviving Art School. An Artist of Colour Tool KitSurviving Art School. An Artist of Colour Tool KitSurviving Art School. An Artist of Colour Tool Kit

We would like to draw your attention to a publication Surviving Art School. An Artist of Colour Tool Kit created by Collective Creativity, which came out of a workshop and lecture at Nottingham Contemporary; discussing race and politics in art…

Because it's 2016! Challenging inclusion and exclusion at Swiss art schools

A Symposium by Art.School.Differences Venue: Toni Areal, Zürich on 11 & 12. November 2016 Times: FRI 14-21.15h; SAT 9-18.15h Please register (free admission): a_s_d.eventbrite.com and indicate if you need special accommodation A year ago, when asked “why it is so…

Disability and Performer Training - a colloquium, Tuesday 25th of octoberDisability and Performer Training - a colloquium, Tuesday 25th of octoberDisability and Performer Training - a colloquium, Tuesday 25th of october

“The moment when we start having skilled disabled performers lokking for work, they will start pushing the medium.” (Pedro Madacho, Co-Artistic director, CandoCo Dance Company, UK) With a critical comment provided by Art.School.Differences in the plenary afternoon-discussion. Flyer

Save the date, November 11./12.2016: Challenging Exclusion 2016!Save the date, November 11./12.2016: Challenging Exclusion 2016!Save the date, November 11./12.2016: Challenging Exclusion 2016!

SAVE THE DATE: November 11/12.2016 at the Toni Areal, ZHdK, Zürich Join us for a final symposium by Art.School.Differences → Find out about the main findings of the research → Listen to keynotes by Nana Adusei-Poku (Rotterdam), Cornelia Bartsch (Hamburg),…

29.09.2015: Art.School.Differences @ Brown Bag Lunch ZHdK

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Summaries of Co-Research ProjectsSummaries of Co-Research ProjectsSummaries of Co-Research Projects

HEAD Projects How to survive in the Swiss art school jungle The project of Daniel Zea, Hyunji Lee and Andrea Nucamendi is concerned with the inequalities faced by non-European students at Swiss art schools. The research group that understands itself…

Disability, ableism and the body in art schools Disability, ableism and the body in art schools Disability, ableism and the body in art schools

Colloquium no. 5; Friday 3rd July, 18.00 at HEAD – Genève The assumption that everybody is physically and mentally fit, efficient and productive is so much at the heart of higher education that ableism is often times not considered when it…

Invite to colloquium 5: Disability, ableism and the body: Diversifying, the politics of representation and queering art schoolInvite to colloquium 5: Disability, ableism and the body: Diversifying, the politics of representation and queering art schoolInvite to colloquium 5: Disability, ableism and the body: Diversifying, the politics of representation and queering art school

Friday, 3rd of July 2015 18.00h Xavier Bouvier, Haute École de Musique (HEM) Welcoming and introductory remarks 18.15h – 19.45h Sébastien Kessler: Le freak, c’est chic In his talk, Sébastien Kessler – “survivor of eugenics” or “opportunistic slacker” – embraces…

Global Exclusion and Diversity: Reading Migration and Gender in Art SchoolsGlobal Exclusion and Diversity: Reading Migration and Gender in Art SchoolsGlobal Exclusion and Diversity: Reading Migration and Gender in Art Schools

Colloquium no. 4 Friday 24th April, 18.00 at ZHdK Radical lectures delivered in less radical institutional settings tend to be opened by official welcome notes that are well-intended, but often boring or that even downplay the radical stance the lecture…

Public lecture by Jackie McManus Public lecture by Jackie McManus Public lecture by Jackie McManus

18.03.2015, ZHdK: Hopes and Fears for Art: Policy and Practice in Widening Participation in Art and Design Higher Education in the UK Jackie McManus (University of the Arts, London) Jackie McManus’ evening lecture drew on one of the core references for Art.School.Differences: The study “Art for a Few:…

PUBLIC EVENING LECTURES  Global Exclusion and Diversity: Reading Migration and Gender in Art Schools Friday 24 April 2015, 6 pm – 8.15 pm, followed by a drink  The public twin-lecture hosted by Art.School.Differences interrogates diversity, gender and migration in the…

De-Privileging Art School: antisexist and antiracist methodsDe-Privileging Art School: antisexist and antiracist methodsDe-Privileging Art School: antisexist and antiracist methods

Colloquium no. 3: Friday 27th February, 18.00 at HEAD-Genève “Exception is a comfortable situation, allowing elasticity and singularity in our daily work, in our daily institutional management and in our world view.” Lysianne Léchot, dean of Studies at Geneva University…

27./28. Feb. 2015: De-Privileging Art School27./28. Feb. 2015: De-Privileging Art School27./28. Feb. 2015: De-Privileging Art School

Colloquium no. 3 De-Privileging Art School: antisexist and antiracist methods, feminist, queer and postcolonial perspectives on knowledge production Friday 27th and Saturday 28th February 2015 Haute école d’art et de design, HEAD – Geneva, Auditoire, Boulevard James Fazy 15, 1201 Geneva…

Jackie McManus (London) Hopes and Fears for Art: policy and practice in widening participation in art and design higher education in the UK In spite of considerable efforts to increase the social and ethnic diversity of higher education students in…

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Bericht zum 1. Kolloquium Art.School.Differences, 4.10.2014 an der HEM – Genève

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