pedagogia / docent work

Intervenant a Cinemaencurs

Mostra dels treballs finals dels nens i nenes de l’aula d’acollida de l’Escola Comptes de Torregrossa, Alcarras, LLeida en participacio al Taller de Cinema, cinemaencurs, que van fer durant els cursos 2008-09 i 2009-10, on hi vaig participar com a intervennant.

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http://milunesco.unaoc.org/conversations-across-cultures-youth-media-visions-2013/

Conversations Across Cultures: Youth Media Visions

United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural OrganizationUnited Nations Alliance of Civilizations

April 12-14, 2013 Teachers College, Columbia University Macy Art Gallery 525 West 120th St., New York, NY 10027

The most avid media makers today are not professionals but young people who are actively engaging with their worlds. The biggest manufacturer of cameras today is not Nikon or Canon but makers of cellphones. As members of the Informational Society the youth of the industrialized world are digital users, creators and consumers. In today’s world media offers an historical opportunity to generate and distribute information motivating young people and facilitating interaction. Knowledge is not anymore something that is kept and then transmitted to the students, but something that can be collectively created and shared.

Conversations Across Cultures: Youth Media Visions highlights newly emerging cultures and explores the pedagogic potentialities of learning with and from media produced by young people. The three- day-conversations weekend will generate a space for dialogue bringing together educators, youth and media professionals from NY and from overseas who use video as a means of expression, reflection and learning in formal and informal educational settings. The event, co- organized by Teachers College Columbia University and United Nations Alliance of Civilizations, focuses on how young people explore diversity, migration and social inclusion, through the means of video production. A central feature of the weekend conversations will be presentations and screenings of youth video productions in the Macy Art Gallery as part of the exhibition Youth Media Visions, April 12-19, 2013.

With the presence of the High Representative of the UNAOC, His Excellency Mr. Nassir Abdulaziz Al-Nasser and Dr. Susan Fuhrman, President of Teachers College

Presentation of Conversations Across Cultures: Dr. Judith Burton Professor of Art and Art Education Columbia University Teachers College

Jordi Torrent Project Manager Media and Information Literacy Education United Nations Alliance of Civilizations Remarks by Laia Solé Visual artist and art educator Doctoral student at the Program Art & Art Education, Teachers College

A celebration of youth media productions. Works will include video productions made by young people from countries around the world. Performance: City Kids, New York The mission of the CityKids Foundation is to empower urban young people, ages 13 to 19, through arts and educational programs to develop the knowledge, skills and confidence. http://www.citykids.com

Cinema In Course (Cinema en curs) is a pedagogic program by A Bao A Qu (Barcelona, Spain) of and with film; it pursues a pressing double objective: to draw young people to cinema as a form of art, creation and culture, and to explore the pedagogic potential of cinema creation. It began in Catalonia in 2005 and is now implemented in primary and secondary schools with pupils between 3 and 18 years old in Catalonia, Galicia and, since 2013, Argentina (Córdoba). The programme is carried out in three key areas: the Workshops; the Training of teachers and the Applied Research Laboratory, which generates resources,

materials, proposals and methodologies.

Profesor de Direccón de Fotografia y practicas en ITES, Barcelona, curso 2009-10.

Taller de Fotografia Creativa Documental, al Centro Cultural La Catolica de Lima, març 2012.

 

Profesor durante 2009-11

Profesor del curso Teorico-Practico de Direccion de Fotografia en http://www.somjoves.net/ el 2014, en la UB de Barcelona.

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