International Meeting – Another Roadmap School
October 18-22, 2015, Madrid
Public presentation Thursday 22nd at 5.30 pm
Intermediae hosts the International Meeting of the network Another Roadmap for Arts Education, which will be develop during 5 working days and gather together approximately 20 working groups from America, Asia, Africa and Europe . The participants in the network collaborate to reflect and research on the histories, policies and possible alternative practices in arts education.This meeting will work on the research platform The Another Roadmap School , a learning and exchange project focussing on education, cultural policies and southern epistemologies in arts education. The working meeting will be at Intermediae for four days. On Thursday 22 at 18.00 pm, a public meeting will take place with various panels in English or Spanish, in order to present part of the work of the groups invited specific practices as well as issues raised by research in the fields of culture, popular education or collaborative work.
Another Roadmap is an international network of research groups which was initiated by the Institute of Art Education (IAE) at Zürich University of the Arts (ZHDK). The joint research aims to critically analyse cultural policies concerning arts education such as the UNESCO Road Map for Arts Education (Lisbon, 2006) and the UNESCO Seoul Agenda (Seoul, 2010) in terms of their history and terminology, subtexts and paradigms as well as their application in each geopolitical context. The groups draw on critical studies and practices in arts education in each region in order to develop paradigms for their field of practice and research.
The Another Roadmap School aims to inspire and enable a process of learning and thinking across regional and disciplinary borders, actively involving researchers, educators, scholars, theoreticians, practitioners, artists and curators. It will offer a space for development, critical reflection and the dissemination of knowledge in arts education. It will work as a learning and exchange platform for transnational and trans-regional collaboration in the diverse fields of practice, comprising formal arts education, gallery education, art in social context, community arts and social justice work.
Whit learning units resulting from the school’s projects as well as a multivocal glossary of Arts Education, it will actively archive and disseminate outcomes of the knowledge produced both locally as well as internationally.
PUBLIC PRESENTATIONSANOTHER ROAD MAP: ART PEDAGOGIES, OTHER RESEARCH AND SPACES FOR LEARNING
17.30 – 17.45Presentation of the Another Roadmap School and summary of the working process at Intermediae
17.45- 19.45Simultaneous panels on research and practice of members of Another Roadmap working groups in Canada, Brazil, Columbia, Puerto Rico, Ecuador, Rwanda, HongKong, Germany, Austria, Phillipines, Uganda, Slovenia, Finland and South Africa.
Mesas de trabajo en Español
Primer bloque: Fronteras y experiencias colaborativas en la investigación.Perspectivas de investigación, comunidades e instituciones.
17:45- 18.40Rubén Gaztambide-Fernandez, Toronto. The Youth Solidarities Across Borders ProjectMónica Marcell Romero Sánchez,Bogotá.
Provocaciones para investigar desde experiencias artísticas/docentes localizadas,Cayo Honorato, Brasilia. Mediación Extrainstitucional.
Segundo bloque: prácticas para colaborar, repensar y rehacer junta/os.Sobre culturas, comunidades, comunes, interculturalidad y saberes otros.
18.50- 19.45Mareia Quintero Rivera, San Juan/Puerto Rico. La gestión cultural en comunidad como contexto de sensibilización, aprendizaje y co-creaciónGiovanna Esposito Yussif y David Munoz, Helsinki. “rethink, reappropriate, reclaim”(“Repensar, reapropiar, reclamar”).Valeria Galarza y Alejandro Cevallos, Quito. ¿Hacer juntas? Aprendizajes y desafíos sobre la implicación y colaboración entre comunidades educativas de museos y de la comunidad de la escuela intercultural San Roque.
First block: Contexts and collaborations. About pedagogies, culture and public space and other politics of culture.
17:45- 18.40Eileen Legaspi-Ramirez, Manila. When Art is not Enough.Iver Ohm, Berlin. RELAY the Everyday?Christian Nyampeta, Nyanza (Rwanda).The Artists Home in NyanzaAdela Zeleznik, Liubliana. Neteorit: Autonomous (educational) zone in the state museum?
Block two: Other stories, other pedagogies. Analysis of genealogies and ways to incorporate history
18:55 -19:45Cheng, Yuk Lin, Hong Kong. The importation of German art educational ideas to China in early 20th century.Emma Wolukau-Wanambwa, Kampala/London. Colonialism’s Impact on Fine Art Education in Uganda.Karin Schneider and Barbara Mahlknecht, Viena. History in the Making—History as a Tool.
Lineo Segoete and Rangoato Hlasane. Maseru and Johannesburg. Reclaim your story: The past, the present and the future of the archive. Innovative ways of sustaining heritage through storytelling (15 minutes, presentation of two teams together)