With artistic research becoming an established paradigm in art education, several questions arise. How do we train young artists and designers to actively engage in the production of knowledge and aesthetic experiences in an expanded field? How do we best prepare students for their own artistic research? What comprises a curriculum that accommodates a changed learning, making, and research landscape? And what is the difference between teaching art and teaching artistic research? What are the specific skills and competences a teacher should have?
Inspired by a symposium at the University of Applied Arts Vienna in 2018, this book presents a diversity of well-reasoned answers to these questions.
Answers to the question as to whether and how artistic research can be taught in practice
Edition Angewandte – Book Series of the University of Applied Arts Vienna
Ruth Mateus-Berr, University of Applied Arts Vienna, Austria