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KUNO in Stockholm 2013

At Konstfack

KUNO Coordinators meeting, October 17, 2013
13.00 Welcome, KUNO coordinators meeting begins.
a. News from each member academy
Riitta Salmi who has been with KUNO since its beginning will share best memories and moments of KUNO.
b. Discusssion round on how to spread information to the students/how does it work in each academy, how to get information through to students better. Sharing best practices and expertise.
c. How to work together, spreading and sharing information among KUNO coordinators better.

Tour of Konstfack and coffee break

15.00 Mobility and budget report
Discussion: Placements and how to proceed with the scheme
One-to-one express mobility: Pian Granö (Stockholm) and Malla Tallgren (Helsinki)
Questions and proposals to the network meeting for the following day
Open post

KUNO network meeting, October 18, 2013 in Stockholm
9.30 – 10.00 Registration, coffee
10.00 Network meeting
Opening words, KUNO Chair Andres Tali
Reports from 2012/13
– Budget report
– Mobility report
– Reports from:
– NSA, Jonas Olesen
– Performative Arts, Frans Jacobi
– New initiative: A Possible Examiners Time Bank, Jason E. Bowman
– Follow-up from the coordinators meeting, Sandra Sule, Helen Engman, Tale Vik

New member candidate to KUNO, Tromsø Academy of Fine Arts and Creative Writing
Possible cooperation with Manifesta, Jussi Koitela
News and notices

Teachers seminar October 18-19, 2013

It’s Alive! KUNO 20. Work in Progress, Definitely Unfinished…
KUNO 20th anniversary Teachers seminar 

Keynote speakers: 
Ahmet  Ögüt
Karin Mamma Andersson
Maria Arusoo
Sigurður Guðmundsson

Along with the seminar a curated  student works exhibition Lost in Space of KUNO academies will be held in the gallery of Konstfack between October 14-20, 2013.
Curator: Gregor Taul

Agenda for the Teachers seminar:

October 18, 2013
14.00 Teachers seminar kick-off
Welcoming words
Andres Tali, KUNO Chair
Prof Gertrud Sandqvist, Malmö Art Academy

14.45 Keynote speaker Sigurdur Gudmundsson
15.45 Keynote speaker Karin Mamma Andersson
16.45 – 17.30 Discussion

18.30 Opening of KUNO 20 exhibition Lost in Space

19.30 Buffet dinner in Konstfack

October 19, 2013
10.00 Keynote speaker Maria Arusoo
11.00 Keynote speaker Ahmet Ögüt
12.00 Lunch
13.30 Work in groups (themes provided by participating teachers)
a) A Possible Examiners Time Bank
Jason Bowman, Valand Academy
Caspar Stracke, Kuvataideakademia
Most academic institutions require external examiners and opponents whilst also knowing that there are different approaches to our exam formats. How might the KUNO support the development of examiner resources via the network to increase discussion, cross-pollination and sharing of skills, experience, pedagogy and resources? Might it be possible to establish a share-system within the network that allows the member institutions to develop a ‘time bank’ for external examiners and opponents? This session will look at the needs and resources of those network members who may be interested in establishing such a system, and how it may operate.
b) Artist or Teacher: Identity of Academic Staff
Hulda Stefansdottir, Iceland Academy of Arts
c) Which Kind of Education do you Consider More Important:
Medium-based or Intermedial
Riikka Stewen, Kuvataideakatemia
d) Help or Disturbance: Involving Art Institutions in Art Education
Andres Tali, Estonian Academy of Arts
e) Lost in Space Talk with the curator of KUNO 20 student exhibition
Gregor Taul

15.00 Panel discussion Where Do We Want Art and Art Education to be in Ten Years?, conclusions of the seminar, news and notice

18.30 Dinner in Södra teatern, Mosebacke torg 1-3

Earlier Event: October 18
KUNO in Vilnius 2012
Later Event: October 16
KUNO in Copenhagen 2014