About art, education and technologies || Best practices and new perspectives
Presentation of the book New media didactics and other tales author : Giulia Perugini
Focusing on contemporary art and it's contributions in the field of education and of didactics of new technologies the aim of this meeting is to generate a debate about experimental education grounded on contemporary art practices related to new technologies. In order to promote the exchange of thoughts and of best practices, all the participants will have the possibility to take an active part in the debate. This is why the meeting is addressed in particular to university and academic students, young emerging artists and curators, primary and secondary school teachers and researchers in the field of culture and education. Maria Letizia Paiato, art historian and professor at the Academy of Fine Arts, will be a moderator of the talk, during which will be pointed out main focus of the event: Italian best practices developed in the last three decades, which connect contemporary art, technologies and education.
The event will be held online (Google Meet platform) on 23-02-2021 with the beginning at 6PM. Deadline to apply: 22-02-2021.
About the book || New media didactics and other tales depicts and analyses the latest events occurred in the Italian education system on its way towards digitization. The aim of the book is, therefore, think upon how new media changed the aspects of Italian schools and reflect on the urgent need for a possible way-out. The author’s proposal does not intend to demonize the technique. Rather it wants to lead to a real and deep metamorphosis of the education system by revealing the potential that the encounter between art, education and new media holds for new ways of thinking and acting. The text, therefore, highlights some illuminating realities which have found an ideal territory in art, where theory and practice aimed at the encounter between pedagogy and new media can be successfully linked. The ultimate aim of the model pointed out by the author is, then, to educate citizens, an heterogeneous collective finding their way in an immersive, homologated and conforming reality, and to put together a framework for future generations.
Giulia Perugini || is an independent art curator and expert in art didactics for museums, which collaborates with several specialized cultural magazines. Her studies focus on how experimental pedagogy, reality, and education outline a new landscape, both within and outside of schools. Her researches moves within art, society and new technologies and their impact on education. Since 2016, she has been teaching assistant in Art Pedagogy and Waiting For The Better Future Didactics, Phenomenology of the image and Semiology of Exhibition Systems, at the Academy of Fine Arts in Macerata, Italy. Since 2019, she has been teaching assistant in Aesthetics and Cultural Anthropology.
Maria Letizia Paiato || is an art historian and art critic. She is a freelance journalist and a member of the Order of Journalists of Abruzzo. She obtained a Ph.D. in History of contemporary art, a specialization in History of art and minor arts at the University of Padova and an M.A. in Arts and Humanities at the University of Ferrara. Her researches focus on illustration in the early 20th Century. Her wide range of interests in various fields of contemporary art allowed her to perform experimentation of new curatorial practices, in communication of art, journalism and art criticism. She organized several exhibitions and wrote several critical contributions for catalogs, as well as papers for scientific journals. She is professor of Style, History of Art and Costume at the Academy of Fine Arts in Macerata.