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Reichle, Ingeborg Univ.-Prof. Dr.

Teaching for the Future: Grand Challenges in 21st Century Higher Education
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On November 14, Ingeborg Reichle will talk at the 3rd International Conference on Education, Art, Science and Technology (east.work) at the Central Academy of Fine Arts (CAFA) in Beijing, China. The conference will bring together leading theorists, educators andpractitioners in the field of art, science and technology, a conference that not only aims to encourage discussion, but also institutional collaborations. The long-term objective of EAST is to create a global alliance of art and technology institutions, research centers and other educational entities to spread and exchange new ideas in the spheres of art and technology, thereby making room for new theoretical frames, mind-sets, systems, and ideas to form and take shape. Such a union would also facilitate the use of new technologies, materials, and media; the acquisition and promotion of new working patterns; and active cooperation among art theorists, artists, art institutions, and innovative enterprises. The worldwide convergence of creativity and sense of responsibility may therefore be able to accelerate the transfer of knowledge and thus benefit the lives of every single individual on this planet. Ingeborg Reichle will present a paper on Teaching for the Future: Grand Challenges in 21st Century Higher Education. The presentation will describe current debates on how the rise of Grand Challenges will affect the requirements and standards of twenty-first century higher education. Today an increasing number of universities seek to contribute to solving major societal and ecological challenges—demonstrating the value of university research and education. A whole range of alternative models is being explored in the field of higher education, ranging from interdisciplinary courses to solid holistic approaches that aim to bring the full diversity of human ways of knowing and capabilities together in an integrative educational approach. Integrative study models consciously seek to bridge the gap between different forms of knowledge and understanding, as well as the different pedagogical approaches of a variety of disciplines, such as the humanities, the arts, the natural sciences, engineering, mathematics, and medicine, as well as new technologies to prepare students better for work, life, and twenty-first century citizenship. Learning outcomes associated with integrated education, such as critical and holistic thinking, communication, and teamwork skills and abilities for lifelong learning, are more and more favoured in a world that is confronted with enormous strides in technology, including artificial intelligence, machine learning, robotics, and communications. Integrative education can take many forms and has many different faces, but it always requires an intensive analysis of diverse didactic models, which places far-reaching demands on the teaching staff. This development places new expectations on teachers, changing their role from a provider of specialized knowledge to an innovator and mentor, who is primarily building bridges between different epistemologies and diverse fields of knowledge and aims primarily to foster holistic student development in a global and progressively disruptive world. EAST 2019 – 3rd International Conference on Education, Art, Science and Technology Central Academy of Fine Arts, Beijing 科技艺术教育国际研讨会 中央美术学院 This year EAST 2019 will be organized around the topic – “Global Sci-Tech Art Panorama in the New Era” – and will be held in three cities, Beijing, Shanghai and Shenzhen. About 50 artists, theorists and scientists as well as over 30 renowned sci-tech corporations are invited to participate and initiate vital discussions about the relationship, development, application, and critical thinking towards sci-tech art in this season. Three academic meetings, four exhibitions as well as four working studios are to be convened. The opening ceremony will be take place on November 15, the event will last from November 2019 till January 2020. CAFA Art Museum Morning Session, November 15, 2019 10.00-10:05 Opening Remarks Re-flecting on Institutions 10:10-10:40 Martin Honzik Director oft he Ars Electronic Festival, Prix, and Exhibition 10:45-11:15 Joel Ferree Director of Art + Technology Lab Program at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art (LACMA) 11:20-11:50 Angelique Spaninks Director and curator, MU Art Institute, Eindhoven; director and curator of STRP Biennal for creative technology biennal between 2012 and 2018 11:55-12:25 Round table 12:30-14:30 Break Afternoon Session Re-Thinking Education 14:35-15:05 Opening 15:10-15:40 Ingeborg Reichle Chair of the Department of Media Theory at the University of Applied Arts Vienna 15:45-16:15 Marta de Menezes Artistic Director of Ectopia and Director of Cultivamos Cultura in the South of Portugal 16:20-16:50 Cui Tong Director oft he Center of Architecture Research and Design, University of Chinese Academy of Science 16:55-17:25 Round table 17:30-18:30 Tea Break 18:30 The Opening Ceremony of 3rd EAST-Season in CAFA CAFA Art Museum Morning Session, November 16, 2019 Re-visiting the Digital 10:00-10:05 Opening 10:10-10:40 Aurelie Besson Director and artistic co-director of Molior 10:45-11:15 Hannah Redler Hawes Director od Data as Culture at the Open Data Institute (ODI) and Independent Curator 11:20-11:50 Sun Lijun Vice President of Beijing Film Academy 11:55-12:25 Round table 12:30-14:30 Break Afternoon Session Re-creating Science 14:35-15:05 Opening 15:10-15:40 Ken Arnold Professor at Copenhagen University; Director of Medical Museion and Creative Director at Wellcome Trust 15:45-16:15 Andrea Bandelli Executive Director of Science Gallery International (SGI) 16:20-16:50 Daria Parkhomenko Director and curator of LABORATORIA Art&Science Space 16:55-17:25 Roundtable 17:30 Closing Remarks
Ingeborg Reichle, Universität für Angewandte Kunst
Titel der Veranstaltung
3rd International Conference on Education, Art, Science and Technology (east.work)
Central Academy of Fine Arts (CAFA)
Datum, Zeit und Ort
2019-11-04 – 2019-11-05
Peking, Volksrepublik China
Central Academy of Fine Arts (CAFA)