BeskrivelseWORKSHOP for Norwegian colleagues (2 lessons)
Presentation of two research projects: Play art and Early cultural start in the South Sea Islands. Both projects draw inspiration from the art-based research (ABR) approach, where participants' aesthetic productions are included as empirical evidence in the research process.
Early cultural start in the South Sea islands is a follow-up research study that examines the significance of the encounter with art and cultural heritage for kindergarten children, educators, cultural communicators and researchers when explored through joint aesthetic productions. The project is carried out in collaboration with Guldborgsund Municipality and the Cultural Service in Guldborgsund and Lolland Municipalities, and is a sub-project under the Palaces and Culture Agency's national effort, Early Culture Start, which is about promoting daycare children's encounter with art and cultural heritage.
LegeKunst is a nationwide Danish boost for the 0-6 year old area. We build bridges and creates meetings between children, day care workers, educators, day care leaders, researchers, students, teachers, artists and cultural communicators.
PlayArt brings the youngest closer to art and culture and researches what
the encounter with art, culture and aesthetic processes in everyday life means for children's play and formation as well as for the adults around them. See more here www.legekunst.dk
LegeKunst is a co-creative practice in close collaboration with the pedagogical education and thus also has an influence on the everyday life of future educators.
|Periode||4 maj 2022|
|Sted for afholdelse||Western Norway University of Applied Sciences, Norge|
|Grad af anerkendelse||International|
- Undersøgelsesdesign, teori og metode
- Uddannelse, professioner og erhverv
- Æstetik, design og medier