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Education for the future?
Challenges and Visions for higher education in Crafts and Design
What role will design education play in the future, in light of recent changes in the design industry? Are we currently educating students to be artists and researchers? How do national differences in governmental funding for higher education in the EU impact educational programs? Is there still a value in learning to be a maker? As well as addressing broader question regarding design and crafts education, our invited speakers will also raise questions about the value of hands-on making, making as a way of learning and design and crafts education as a critical context for making.
10.00 – 10.15 Introduction by Ulf Dalnäs, Head of HDK – Academy of Design and Crafts
10.15 – 10.50 Knowing about Making and Making as Knowing in Design Education by Catharine Rossi
10.50 – 11.25 Practice as the medium and the message: When you use design to research design by Rosario Hurtado
11.25 – 12.00 Panel discussion with Catharine Rossi, Rosario Hurtado moderatedvby Jessica Hemmings
13.00 – 13.35 The craftsman abroad: Dutch design education as critical context for makingby Tamar Shafrir
13.35 – 14.10 This cannot be taught, it has to be stimulated! The Open Raumlabor University.by Rosario Talevi
14.10 – 14.40 Panel discussion with Tamar Shafrir, Rosario Talevi moderated by Onkar Kular Break
15.00 – 16.30 From a Nordic perspective. Panel discussion with Eva Kappel, Anders Ljungberg, Maarit Mäkelä, Sanne Kofod Olsen moderated by Love Jönsson
Participating in the program, among others:
Rosario Hurtado, Co-Head of Department MA Space & Communication, HEAD – Genève and co-founder of the design studio El Último Grito
Catharine Rossi, Doctor and Associate Professor in Design History, Kingston School of Art, London
Tamar Shafrir, Co-head of Design Curating & Writing, Design Academy Eindhoven
Rosario Talevi, Architect and Curator, Universität der Künste Institut für Architektur und Städtebau and Raumlabor Berlin
Eva Kappel, Head of Education, Designschool Kolding
Anders Ljungberg, Professor, Ädellab, Konstfack, Stockholm
Maarit Mäkelä, Associate Professor, Head of Contemporary Design Master Programme and EMPIRICA research group, Aalto University, Helsinki
Onkar Kular, Professor of Design, HDK
Jessica Hemmings, Professor of Crafts & Vice-Prefect of Research, HDK
Sanne Kofod Olsen, Dean at the Faculty of Fine, Applied & Performing Arts, University of Gothenburg
The conference marks the 170 years anniversary of the foundation of the school that is now HDK Academy of Design and Crafts. The school was founded in 1848 by Göteborgs slöjdförening, a private society that still remains active and funds the conference.
Vilken roll kommer högre utbildning inom design och konsthantverk att ha i framtiden? Inbjudna talare samtalar om framtiden, om betydelsen av skapande och om skapandet som ett sätt att lära.
Konferensen är en del av 170-årsjubileumet av Slöjdföreningens skola, som idag är HDK.
För program och medverkande i panelsamtalet se ovan.
Bild: Urban school Ruhr, foto Viviana Abelson