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INTERNATIONALT SEMINAR 2012

Heldagsseminar om kunstformidling og deltagelse på Louisiana den 10. oktober 2012.
Seminaret var arrangeret med støtte fra Kulturstyrelsen.

PROGRAM

While participation is almost per definition viewed in a positive light with its promise of engaged audiences and more democratic institutions open to a plurality of voices, questions are rarely raised about what qualifies participation, which forms of participation are meaningful to whom and within which contexts.

 

Meet the artist Olafur Eliasson and Director of Education and Community Programs at Walker Art Center, Sarah Schultz, Learning team from Louisiana og artist from TATE as well as psychologist and author of the book ”The Psychology of Creativity”, Thea Mikkelsen. The programme is still in the making, but the seminar will offer a mix of presentations, discussions and workshops.

 

09.30                Register and coffee 
10.00 Welcome + questions for the day /Elisabeth Bodin, Head of Learning
10.15 Turbinegeneration - collaboration and summercamp /Line Ali Chayder, Louisiana project coordinator on Turbinegeneration
10.30 Workshop participatory practice /Albert Potrony, artist working at TATE Turbinegeneration
11.30 Discussion part I
   
12.00

Lunch

13.00 On the engagement of the viewer-user-participant /Artist Olafur Eliasson
14.00 The Museum as a room for an encounter with the creative impulse / Psychologist Thea Mikkelsen
15.00 Coffee break
15.30 The Art Just Wants to Be Free: Museum Education in the Age of Participation / Sarah Schultz, Director of Education and Community Programs at Walker Art Center
16.30 Discussion part II
17.00 Informal discussion and a glass of wine

The background for the seminar is a summercamp for young people which was held at Louisiana in August as collaboration among four art instititutions - TATE, Stedelijk, Louisiana and Museu Serralves - all partners in the international learning project called Turbinegeneration developed by TATE. This joint summercamp had as an important aspect the idea of creating a shared case study in order to experience and exchange views on participatory practices. With this all day seminar the hope is to share and to take these discussions a step further.  

The seminar is supported by Kulturstyrelsen.

Olafur Eliasson
artist

This is a talk about the Engagement of the Viewer-User-Participant by the artist Olafur Eliasson at the International Seminar on Participatory Practices at Louisiana Museum of Modern Art, October 10th 2012.

Sarah Schultz
Director of Education at Walker Art Center

This is a talk about: The Art Just Wants to Be Free: Museum Education in the Age of Participation by the Director of Education and Community Programs at Walker Art Center, Sarah Schultz. Talking at the International Seminar on Participatory Practices at Louisiana Museum of Modern Art, October 10th 2012.

Albert Potrony
Artist

This is a talk and workshop at the International Seminar on Participatory Practices at Louisiana Museum of Modern Art, October 10th 2012.

Thea Mikkelsen
psykologist

This is a talk about the Museum as a Room for Encounter With the Creative Impulse by psykologist Thea Mikkelsen at the International Seminar on Participatory Practices at Louisiana Museum of Modern Art, October 10th 2012.