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the foreign and me – the aesthetic of travel

Art | October 15, 2008 |

“The Foreign and Me – The Aesthetic of Travel”

Location: art aspects
kunstverein e.V.
Nostitzstr. 40
10961 Berlin

info@art-aspects.de
www.art-aspects.de
 

Invitation to our course on the island of Lanzarote
Comenius/GRUNDTVIG Database Reference No: DE-2009-843-003

“The Foreign and Me – The Aesthetic of Travel” A project in cooperation with the European Educational Program for Life-long Learning (PLL)

In which way do you perceive the Strange? Is it challenging you? Does it require tolerance? What is the difference between something “strange” and something “familiar“? Are there aspects of Europeanization, that confound you? What is your strategy in dealing with inner conflicts emanating from the confrontation with the “Other”?

Living in the age of globalization and migration, we are permanently being confronted with new and strange situations and qualities. The one-week seminar that will take place on Lanzarote in June 2009, offers you the possibility of an artistic examination of the issue under the special direction of the Berlin-based artist Karin Rosenberg (cf. www.karinrosenberg.de)

Any Information and course-description you’ll find here:
www.art-aspects.de/en/europa/comenius_grundtvig.html

Einladung zu unserem EU-geförderten Kurs auf Lanzarote
Comenius/GRUNDTVIG Database Reference No: DE-2009-843-003

“Das Fremde und Ich – eine Ästhetik des Reisens”

Ein Projekt des EU-Bildungsprogrammes für lebenslanges Lernen (PLL) der Generaldirektion für Bildung und Kultur Wie nehmen Sie das Fremde wahr? Fordert es Sie heraus? Erfordert es Toleranz? Gibt es Unterschiede zwischen „dem Fremden” und „Vertrauten”? Gibt es Faktoren der Europäisierung, die Sie gefühlsmäßig irritieren? Wie gehen Sie mit inneren Konflikten um?

Im Zeitalter von Globalisierung und Migration begleiten das Neue und Fremde unseren beruflichen Alltag. Wir bieten Ihnen in einem einwöchigen Seminar inmitten der Naturschönheiten Lanzarotes die Möglichkeit zur künstlerischen Auseinandersetzung unter der professionellen Leitung der Berliner Künstlerin Karin Rosenberg

Alle Info’s zur Kursbeschreibung und Bewerbung:
www.art-aspects.de/de/europa/comenius_grundtvig.html

art aspects kunstverein e.V.
Nostitzstr. 40
10961 Berlin
T +49 (0)30-23888395
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info@art-aspects.de
www.art-aspects.de

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