Opera Aperta: Art & Digital Humanism
Curated by Ruth Mateus-Berr and Pia Scharler from the University of Applied Arts Vienna, 'Opera Aperta' is a collection of artist talks, performances and workshops in collaboration with Georg Russegger from the Academy of Fine Arts Vienna and streamed by the oldest daily newspaper in the world: The Wiener Zeitung.
The Opera Aperta Streams are panel-discussions hosting interdisciplinary experts and artefacts to present, discuss and reflect. The panel is dedicated to the multi-perspectivity of contemporary art and the constructivism of education as an attribute of democracy. The aim is to reflect on the meaning of art and education in so-called post-democratic times.
Panel discussions and Live Stream hosted by the Wiener Zeitung
Ruth Mateus-Berr, Univ. Prof. Dr. phil. Mag. art. Head of Center for Didactics of Art and Interdisciplinary Education, University of Applied Arts Vienna
Irina Nalis-Neuner, TU Wien/Christian Doppler Labor
Gabriela Urrutia Reyes, MA Visual Artist, Social Designer & Architect
Georg Russegger, Dr. phil. Mag. art, Head of Centre for Knowledge Transfer, Academy of Fine Arts Vienna
Wolfgang Renner, Dr. h.c. MSc, Head of Wiener Zeitung Akademie, Wiener Zeitung
The event will be in English and will take place on-site at Palazzo Michiel and will be live streamed online.
To register for the on-site event in Venice sent an email to: firstname.lastname@example.org