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International seminar in Gdańsk, August 2022

The recording is a video report from a training seminar for Polish and Norwegian experts within the project “Otherness-Togetherness-Aesthetics. Aesthetic learning processes and…

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Fighting for Togetherness. Aesthetic learning processes as a kind of card game / Ingvild M. Birkeland and Tone Cronblad Krosshus

In this workshop we have mediated the teaching event “Fighting for Togetherness”. During the event, participants have been guided into situations where they…

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Play me like a flute: how to use Shakespeare to promote critical thinking amongst university students – a drama-based workshop / Dr Adam Jagiełło-Rusiłowski

Drama creates a safe “no penalty zone” in which sensitive issues like manipulation, abuse of power or fear of uncertainty can be explored…

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Touching screen and cutting paper – exploring otherness and togetherness in a digital and analogue environment / Elin Bøen-Olsen

During this workshop attendees have participated in a journey in a digital designed environment. An aesthetic framework where digital and analogue tools and…

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Macbeth: A being made of flesh / Prof. Małgorzata Grzegorzewska

Workshops were focused on “Macbeth”, with philosophical backgroud helping to deepen into some short passages from the play (relevant for the reading of…

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This game is not a game. Framing the unframeable. The possibilities of developing self-educational strategies through aesthetic learning processes. / Joanna Magierecka

Aesthetic learning processes or learning through aesthetics, especially within a collective process, opens up for a broad spectrum of learning strategies, where knowledge…

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Shakespeare as a window to the student’s views on contemporary world / Dr Tomasz Kowalski

The attention was centered on two Shakespearean productions: H. (2004, dir. Jan Klata) and Taming of the Shrew (1998, dir. Krzysztof Warlikowski), which…

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Adapting Otherness and Togetherness / prof. Jacek Fabiszak

Kamilla Elliott, in her study Theorizing Adaptation (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2020) treats adaptation as open, heterogenous and necessarily varied. It is highly…

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