Pedagogies of walking

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2021-07-13 18:00
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Walking, next to a creative process and an artistic form can be a base for pedagogy. A pedagogy that is lived, contextual, personal, creative, integral and embodied. Walking can develop pedagogical methods that may be applied to diverse groups.. The paradigms that are presented show the emancipatory potential of walking and its educational possibilities. Students are connected to the environment, with their colleagues, with the social environment that surrounds them. Walking stands for change and movement: walking pedagogy stands for shifting perspectives, challenges, and transformation.
The experience of walking as an educational method and the knowledge that derives as an outcome is empowering the individual in a very characteristic way.

Speakers are Anna Luyten (Belgium), Dioni Lampiri (Greece), Ellie Berry (IRE), Sotirios Chtouris and Anna Micheli (Greece), Natacha Moutinho and Miguel Bandeira Duarte (Portugal), moderated by Julie Poitras Santos (US).

Leaving no trace by Ellie Berry (IRE)

Walking as a pedagogic practice, by Anna Luyten (B)

Walking Body by Natacha Moutinho and Miguel Bandeira Duarte (Portugal)

Walking Aporia – Sotirios Chtouris and Anna Micheli (Greece):

Walk Listen Café @ WAC brings scholars and artists together around their research and their practices related to walking arts in a series of 8 online meet ups and conversations. Prerecorded paper presentations and other media will be available in this post at least 48 hours before the Walk Listen Café starts, and the participants are requested to look into the online materials before joining the Café.

Julie Poitras Santos

Julie Poitras Santos

SWS Advisory Board Member 2020 SWS Advisory Board Member 2021

Julie Poitras Santos' site-specific art practice includes video, installation, and public projects that include a walking component. The relationship between site, story and mobility fuels a wide range of research and production, including the relationship...

Anna Luyten

SWS Advisory Board Member SWS Advisory Board Member 2022

Anna Luyten studied at the Unversity of Ghent and the Antwerp University and holds the masters in philosophy, master in applied Literature Science and master in Theatre studies. She is a performative philosopher, writer, teacher, radio- and televisionma...

Ellie Berry

Ellie Berry

Ireland

Ellie Berry is a visual artist and writer living in Ireland. Her work focuses on outdoor experiences, often exploring the landscape and the connections found there. She has recently finished a Practice-led Masters by Research at IADT, and graduated from BA...

Miguel Bandeira Duarte

Miguel Bandeira Duarte

Portugal

In 1994 he completed a degree in Communication Design (Graphic Art) at the School of Fine Arts at the University of Porto, In 2007, the master'sdegree in Theory and Practices of Drawing, organized by FBAUP, with the dissertation entitled “Mover pelo Dese...

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