Social Design Summer School 2019

Social Design

Location
Language
Venice, Vienna
English
Type
Dates
Summer school
06.07.2019 - 13.07.2019
Price
Deadline
200 Euro
20.05.2019

About the Programme

Apply now for the 4th Social Design Summer School 2019, 6-13 July in Bad Eisenkappel / Železna Kapla, Carinthia-Austria! 7 Days of lectures, workshops, film screenings, open school formats for sharing skills and exchanging knowledge, exploring and hiking with international experts, students and staff of the master programme “Social Design-Arts as Urban Innovation” located at the University of Applied Arts Vienna. Including Excursions, Actions and Visit of the Biennale Arte 2019 in Venice. Application, Detailed Programme and Hard Facts at [www.socialdesign.ac.at/summerschool2019](http://socialdesign.ac.at/summerschool2019) The Social Design Summer School is intended for students and young practitioners of various disciplines ranging from the arts, design, theory to architecture/urbanism or closely related fields who would like to explore Social Design and share skills and knowledge from previous projects. Applicants should have experience in artistic/urban projects. The course is open to about 15 international students. Application deadline: 20 May 2019

Who's Coming

The Social Design Summer School in Bad Eisenkappel / Železna Kapla, Carinthia-Austria! is intended for students and young practitioners of various disciplines ranging from the arts, design, theory to architecture/urbanism or closely related fields who would like to explore Social Design and share skills and knowledge from previous projects. Applicants should have experience in artistic/urban projects. The course is open to about 15 international students.

Credits

Students will receive a certificate with 8 ECTS credits from the University of Applied Arts Vienna.

About Us

The master programme Social Design Arts as Urban Innovation at the University of Applied Arts Vienna is oriented towards graduates from diverse fields of study, thereby stipulating work in transdisciplinary teams as the central teaching and learning approach in the programme. On the basis of professional competences acquired in their respective previous studies, students become acquainted with transcending disciplinary codes and thinking and working in greater interrelationships. Art in synergy with project-related scientific methods and knowledge is seen as a tool for urban innovation.
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