Discussion and dialogue at the KinderKulturParcours
„This changed us – now we’re changing!“
Cultural education with children and young people in times of Covid-19 and beyond
Impulses, World Café and Discussion
There is always change? Yes, but not like this! The pandemic has turned the work of cultural mediation upside down: it is once again more up to the parental home whether “culture” takes place or not, opportunities and limits of digitalization, shifts in the relationship between private and public space, etc. Also the Ukraine war is causing great uncertainty and anxiety among children and families. All this demands a lot from cultural mediators. So what can cultural education look like? How can it take this into account? How can it actually reach, move, and support children?
We ask what changes are taking place now and in the future and how the importance of children in the cultural sector can be increased. Participating discussants come from the fields of culture, psychology, media, social affairs and education.
- Caroline Culen (Managing Director, Kinderliga Team)
- Irene Brickner (Journalist, DerStandard)
- Sabir Ansari (Chair Team, Federal Youth Representation)
- Robert Novacko (Director, MS Johann-Hoffmann-Platz)
- Anna Larcher (Project Coordination, Volkshilfe Österreich)
- Barbara Hellmayr (Theater an der Wien)
- Andrea Hubin (Kunsthalle Wien)
- Johannes Franz-Figeac (Zoom Kindermuseum)
- Gerhard Dienstbier (Die Wiener Taschenoper)
- Anne Wübben (Architekturzentrum Wien)
- 15:00 – 15:15 Arrival
- 15:15 – 16:15 Welcome and statements of the guests
- 16:15 – 17:00 Exchange in World Café round 1
- 17:00 – 17:15 Break
- 17:15 – 18:00 Exchange in World Café round 2
- 18:00 – 18:15 Break
- 18:15 – 19:30 Final discussion and summary
- from 19:00 Meet & Talk with DJ, drinks, fingerfood
We ask for registration at email@example.com
Admission is free.
The exchange of practices will be continued at the OeAD event on 17.5. at the Dschungel Wien.