. SUMMERSCHOOL "PARALLEL WORLDS" at the Mongolian National University of Arts and Culture (MNUAC) in Ulanbator.
From 22.7. until 2.8.2019 an international summer school on the topic of "parallel worlds" with over 70 participants from Mongolia, Germany and Switzerland took place at the Mongolian National University of Arts and Culture (MNUAC). In three workshops in the fields of visual communication / object and spacedesign, theater pedagogy and radio play, the Mongolian students, together with German students of the University of Applied Sciences and Arts (FH) Dortmund/Germany, develop during two weeks their own artistic projects, in which they search for parallel worlds in their own life reality. The works deal with the tension between tradition and modernity in today's Mongolia and the challenges of social change. There will be installations of videos, photographies, performances, objects, books and a new radio play, which will be broadcasted by the Mongolian National Broadcasting (MNB) and the Swiss Radio and Television (SRF). International guest lecturers of the workshops:
Prof. Dr. Ute Pinkert and Nina Behrendt (MA), theater pedagogy, University of the Arts (UDK), Berlin/Germany.
Prof. Ulrike Brückner, Visual Communication, and Prof. Nora Fuchs, Object and Spacedesign, University of Applied Sciences and Arts (FH), Dortmund/Germany.
Ursula Werdenberg, author and dramaturge, International Theater Institute (ITI), and Päivi Stalder, director, Swiss Radio and Television SRF.
School of Fine Art and Design, School of Theatre Arts, School of Broadcasting and Media Arts in cooperation with the University of Applied Sciences and Arts (FH) Dortmund/Germany, Design (Visual Communication / Object and Spacedesign), the University of the Arts, Theater Pedagogy, Berlin/Germany, the International Theatre Institute (ITI) and the NGO Urban Nomads // Nomad Citizens. Funded by the German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD), the Swiss Cooperation Office DEZA / SDC and the Swiss Radio and Television.
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