Teaching

Projects in Teaching

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fiction is reality

A workshop programme by Eleni Boutsika-Palles and Matilde Igual

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Theory Course 20/21

With Brigitte Felderer

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Summer School 2021

"Hearing the Grass Grow" - Social Design Summer School 2021

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City after Dark

What happens to the city when night falls? Who walks alone in the streets? Who programmes the night?

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Introductory Theory Winter 18/19

Theorizing Social Design – with Brigitte Felderer, Christina Schraml

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Summer School 2019

Social Design is invisible!

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Summer School 2016

The Social Design summer school 2016 took place at Steinhaus Domenig, Carinthia

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Failure as Strategy

A workshop on failure, chance and coincidence.

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Introductory Theory Winter 17/18

The introductory phase transports the fundamental contents of the programme.

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Research Skills

A hands-on course on methodology and research skills.

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Team Skills

A course on team skills in design processes by Ruth Mateus-Berr. 

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Presentation Skills

A course on presentation skills within the artistic field.

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Projektorganisation

Basic principles of artistic strategies and the organisation of projects

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The introductory semester offers a series of courses based on a variety of teaching formats. Students are introduced to developing relevant issues arising from a background of urbanism theories, to take all steps necessary for planning and realizing a transdisciplinary and collaborative project with project partners and applying theirs and others’ interdisciplinary capabilities. Project descriptions as well as a study portfolio add to the contents acquired during the programme. Each semester thematical workshops and external cooperations with international experts are organised to ensure the students’ ongoing engagement and networking in contemporary international discourses.