Teaching/Learning/Researching: How boundaries make meaning

This international event calls for doctoral students, not only from the Faculties of Fine Arts and Education, but also from the University of Barcelona and other universities. Its objective is to offer an overview of the contributions that new materialisms can offer to young researchers, so that they can develop interdisciplinary connections, not only in their tools as teachers but also in their research training.

It will take place in the Board Room of the Faculty of Fine Arts of the University of Barcelona on December 10th, 2018.

For more information: esbrina@ub.edu

Program

10.00 Welcome

Fernando Hernández
Director of the graduate program in Arts and Education

Eloi Puig
Director of the Department of Visual Arts and Design of the Faculty of Fine Arts

Dolors Tapias
Dean of the Faculty of Fine Arts

Beatriz Revelles
Postdoctoral Researcher Juan de la Cierva and coordinator of the event

10.30 The Generative Curriculum

Iris van der Tuin
Professor at the University of Utrecht, The Netherlands

11.30 Pausa
12.00 Cybernetics -> Algorithms -> Media Literacy

Felicity Colman
Professor at the University of Kingston, United Kingdom

13.00 On Meaning and Cyberspace.Criticism-Creativity and Online Education

Edyta Just
Senior researcher at Linköping University, Sweden

14.00 Pausa
15.00 Affecting Pedagogies: a feminist new materialist approach

Beatriz Revelles
Postdoctoral Researcher Juan de la Cierva, University of Barcelona

16.00 Teaching-learning-researching in uncertain times

Round table

Fernando Hernández
University of Barcelona

Juana M. Sancho
University of Barcelona

Aurelio Castro
University of Barcelona

Silvia de Riba
Master “Visual Arts and Education: A constructionist approach”

17.30 Balance of the day

Registration

Monday, December 10th, 2018

10:00 – 18:00

Sala de Juntes
Facultat de Belles Arts

Universitat de Barcelona

Campus Zona Universitària

Carrer de Pau Gargallo, 4
08028 Barcelona

Organiza

This event has the collaboration of the teacher innovation group Indaga-t (GIDCUB-13/087) and the support of the Research Commission of the Faculty of Fine Arts and the doctoral program Arts and Education.