[rohrpost] Mnemosyne Scholarship in Exhibition Development
Image.Science at donau-uni.ac.at
Die Aug 4 11:39:01 CEST 2015
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MNEMOSYNE SCHOLARSHIP in EXHIBITION DEVELOPMENT
(in the UNESCO World Cultural Landscape Wachau, international faculty,
low residency, parallel to employment)
==> DEADLINE - September 2, 2015
==> Course Start - October 3, 2015
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==>EXHIBITION DEVELOPMENT - This modularized and low-residency
certified program offered in English imparts the core skills of
contemporary exhibition practice. In addition to individual study and
project work at your home location, students gather twice for intense
two-week seminars with internationally active practitioners in October
2015 and February 2016.
==> BRAIN TRUST - Prof. Jorge WAGENSBERG (scientific director; Fundacio
la Caixa & Heritage Barcelona), Frank den OUDSTEN (designer, teacher,
writer, performer), Pat MUNRO (exhibition evaluator), Christiane PAUL
(curator; Whitney Museum of Art), Stefan IGLHAUT (exhibition designer &
museum planner), Oliver GRAU (research professor for Image Science;
Danube University), Brigitte FELDERER (freelance author and exhibition
developer) Dr. Dieter BOGNER (museum planner), Christopher LINDINGER
(Director of Research & Innovation; Ars Electronica), Becky GILBERT
(board member; European Fundraising Association), Enrique GUITART
(freelance curator and exhibit developer); Wendy COONES (head of
teaching in Ex-Dev, MediaArtHistories and Media Arts Cultures at
DanubeU), and others.
==>PROGRAM As part of the post-graduate masters program at the
Department for Image Science, credits earned in Exhibition Development
can be combined with other programs like MediaArtHistories, Fotographie,
Image & Science, or Digital Collections Management to upgrade to an
academic expert or masters degree.
==> DANUBE UNIVERSITY - located 70km from Vienna in the UNESCO world
heritage Wachau region, DanubeU specializes in advanced low-residency
degree programs for working professionals and life-long learners.
Portions of the modules are held at DanubeUs Center for Image Science,
housed in the Göttweig Monastery, a 14th century building remodeled to
fit the needs of modern media arts research in singular surroundings.
Further information on the program:
Wendy Jo Coones, M.Ed.
Head of Teaching & Coordination : Exhibition Development /
MediaArtHistories / Media Arts Cultures ~ Leiterin Ex-Dev / MAH /
Department for Image Science ~ Department für Bildwissenschaften
Danube University Krems ~ Donau-Universität Krems
Telefon +43 (0)2732 893-2543 ~ Mobile +43 (0)664 815 3588 ~ Fax +43
(0)2732 893-4551 ~ skype: wcoones
Dr.-Karl-Dorrek-Straße 30, 3500 Krems, Austria
wendy.coones(at)donau-uni.ac.at ~ http://www.donau-uni.ac.at/dis