update update update – we are close to get it done! the conference book about causa didactica in november 2017 will be published at kopaed in Munich. we’ll keep ya posted. 🙂
never in my life I would have imagined that I would appear in a school book for art class. now it happened in real, I mean like real real. it’s a shame that my former high school teacher could not see that. he was the one giving me my first […]
finally! all the lectures during the symposium about art history in school are published. go to the library or order the journal ‚Kritische Berichte‘ online at Ulmer Verein.
it’s necessary to say that basics are essential for every kind of ‚Bildung‘. that’s why i wrote a review about the 5th edition of „introduction to art education“ by Prof. Dr. Georg Peez of the University of Frankfurt a.M. in Germany. it’s published in the journal 2/2018 of the Austrian […]
a lot of events are happening, so it’s nice to have a reason to remember the symposium about urbanity at the Academy of Fine Arts in Dusseldorf last November. i was talking about the toynbee tiles and the difficulty of a research approach to urban art. Read here the review!
Look at the past! Do you remember the symposium Causa didactica in November last year? Prof. Nicole Berner (University of Northwest Switzerland) wrote a review about the academic debate in the art ed journal BDK-Mitteilungen (Germany). To remember more images of the event click here! For the full review please […]
so happy to read the first review about our white, black & pink big one, the graphic novel about narratives in art education. thank you Barbara for the great support! It is published in the art ed jounal „BDK-Mitteilungen“ in Germany! Looking forward to amaze more readers in the art ed […]
what a wonderful celebration of our graphic novel during the Next Comic Festival 2018! thx to everyone who supported this project. it was a pleasure to have Prof. Dr. Jaqueline Berndt as a host. Funny, deep and welcoming – that’s how i like my job! thx to the gorgeous […]
here we go again. another year, another symposium in a row. this time with special guest from Switzerland, of our Erasmus-Partner University of Giessen, Cluster-Partners from Salzburg and together with my dear colleague Mario Zeppetzauer of the Dep. Industrial Design. finally, it’s gonna be a transdisciplinary debate about creativity. join […]
please check out the famous anteater Arnold & his friend Maggie on TV. they are part of a really cool train project called T.R.A.M between Austria and Slovakia. Click here to watch the trailer: featured by the Cartoon Museum in Krems congrats to Barbara Margarethe Eggert 🙂