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Since November 2019, the HfBK Dresden has been in a unique pilot project called EU4ART together with the art academies of Budapest, Riga and Rome - this alliance is working on the development of a common curriculum of fine arts until October 2022.


On our EU4ART blog you will find all important information about the alliance and current projects!

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Our Vision for the Future

 

The EU4ART European University, created by four higher art education institutions, aims to develop a common flexible curriculum in fine arts.The new curriculum is based on an interdisciplinary and international approach, integrating innovative pedagogigal methods, including digital technologies. These new curriculum will serve as a model that could be used for other European universities, with the goal of creating a European Virtual University of Arts by 2025. EU4ART has established a common structure to share art technique, specific knowledge and practical experience.
 

In developing a European Network of Workshops for Teaching and Art Practice, EU4ART will be asking about the impacts, relevance and demands of teaching manual art techniques and traditions in an increasingly digital world. The relationship between historical techniques and the contemporary technologies and materials that are likewise taught in art academies raises issues about their specific qualities. Within this context, and in addition to this, EU4ART will look in terms of professional practice, rather than theory, at the role art plays in forging continuity and definingidentity, as one of the original roots of a “European higher education”.

 

Students will have the possibility to move smoothly, without difficulty, from one insitution to another. Another innovative feature of the EU4ART European University is that, differently from practices of higher education established in other areas, the result of the activities will be manifested in works of art, which will express the common European idea, the diversity of cultures, the use of new technologies and the role of fine arts in the 21st century.
 

These will be physically manifested, available to society at large through exhibitions. EU4ART will contribute to the reinforcement of a consciousness of European identity and make known, and popular, the heritage and diversity of European culture, focusing on fine arts.

 
 

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Putting Our Vision Into Practice

 

KEY DELIVERABLES & ACTVITIES:

  • Common flexible curriculum in the field of fine arts

  • Methodological renewal of training courses via common exhibitions and personal study of the work carried out at the workshopsand studios of the other partners

  • Obtaining experiences and expanding instruments of pedagogical methodology

  • Broad networking of participants in all four insititutions, focusing on the integration of workshop facilities into the local structure at different levels

  • Carrying out resarch in the field of “fine arts language” and compiling a fine arts multilingual dicitionary (verbal-visual)

  • Promoting learning foreign languages for students as well as for the teachers and staff

  • Developing a mentor system to facilitate mobility

EU4ART AIMS TO:

  • be a vehicle for skill-specific knowledge transfer which, together with the shared use of resources, will ensure topquality teaching

  • champion interdisciplinarity through course options

  • strengthen cooperation, via common working groups and tools, towards a common curriculum, a mentor system, methodological renewal, common exhibitions, conferences, art language research, art language courses, student and teacher mobility, a common website and more

  • create innovative pedagogical models and make the best use of digital technologies and workbased learning

  • promote multilingualism

  • interlink EU4ART with the public/society, with a thematic focus on European values and diversity

  • methodological focus on documenting teaching

  • processes, art specific evaluations and display of art results via common exhibitions

  • set up a European Network of Workshops for Teaching and Art Practice.

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Andrea Weippert,
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Christiane Oertel,
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Stefanie Busch,
Projektmitarbeit Curriculum

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Till Ansgar Baumhauer PhD,
Projektmitarbeit Curriculum, Lehr- und Ausstellungsformate

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Martina Kirchner,
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Elise Beutner,
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Nadja Möller,
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Till Ansgar Baumhauer PhD,
Projektmitarbeit Curriculum, Lehr- und Ausstellungsformate

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