Lecture by Yae Akaiwa & Kensuke Sembo
Lecture by Jorinde Schulz
Lecture by David Henry Brown Jr.
Lecture by Tobi Müller
Lecture by Björn Beneditz
Lecture by Betty Apple
The third section of the online lecture series "Self-Imaging: Identity, Disruption, Transformation" is curated by Daniel Späti.
Online talk and discussion with Professor Dr Jill Scott
Illustrated talk with Q&A with Professor Manos Tsakiris
Interview with Professor Kelly Snook
The second section of the online lecture series "Self-Imaging: Identity, Disruption, Transformation" is curated by Richard Reynolds.
Q&A with Judith Mair
Q&A with Larissa Holaschke
Q&A with Ito Yu and Yoo Sookyung
Q&A with Laura Haensler
An online lecture series on Global Pop Cultures.
Q&A with Claudia Rafael
Q&A with Francis Müller
Q&A with Irena Srdanovic
The first section of the online lecture series "Self-Imaging: Identity, Disruption, Transformation" is curated by Judith Mair.
Q&A with Chinouk Filique
The Critical Ecologies group invites all to join conversations exploring how situated knowledge can provide tools and methods for the world we inhabit.
Students share their reflections and impressions on the past, present and considerations of the future - in light of their own particular experiences of place.
We invite you to join the online show on Friday July 3, 2020, 13:00 – 14:30 UK Time, 14:00 - 15:30 CH/CET, 20:00 – 21:30 HK/SG Time.
Join the live stream on: hacking-greta.com
Up-date: Applications are open. We are very pleased to announce that we will be offering two of the originally announced summer schools online: “Ghost in Walls”and “Hacking Global Pop Icons.”
Applications are now open for the semester programme Transcultural Collaboration 2020!
Ever exhibited your artwork in an erotic cinema? Here are some impressions of the Hacking Global Pop Icons summer school 2019.
A research network dedicated to the study of global pop cultures from a transcultural perspective celebrated its kick-off with a conference in Kyoto.
We warmly welcome you to the foundation event of Shared Campus including an opening ceremony, a two-day conference and the final presentations of the semester programme Transcultural Collaboration.
The course is an interdisciplinary collaboration between Interaction Design, Stage Design, Art and Art Education.
One of the collaboration teams delved into the inner world of the smart phone and concluded: our phones might need a bit of wellness.
Find out how people from different artistic disciplines interact and work collaboratively, what difficulties they might face and what strategies they follow.
26 artists with different cultural backgrounds presented their collaborative explorations in a two-week exhibition.
An in-depth conversation about the challenges of making art with the director of the independent Chinese theatre collective Grass Stage.