Multiplier Conference

Program

The program highlights key issues and encourages the discussion about advancing doctoral supervision with stakeholders and representatives from within and beyond the field of artistic research. In a one and a half-days program the project team will present the outputs of all workpackages and discuss the main findings of the project with the audience.

Oct 21

09:00 –10:00
Academy of Fine Arts Vienna

Registration

10:00 –10:30
Academy of Fine Arts Vienna: Aula

Welcome and Introduction

    Johan F. Hartle, Rector Academy of Fine Arts Vienna

    Michaela Glanz, Academy of Fine Arts Vienna, Project Leader

10:30 –18:00
Academy of Fine Arts Vienna: Aula

Presentation of Outputs and Discussion of Key Findings

10.30-12.30 Setting the Framework
Session Host: Klaus Jung, Advisory Board Member

    10.30-11.30 Unpacking the Mindmap Tool.
    WP Lead: Academy of Fine Arts in Prague | AVU
    Presenters: Maria Topolčanská and Dušan Zahoranský

    11:30–12:30 Map Ethics!
    WP Lead: University of Bergen | KMD
    Presenters: Anne-Helen Mydland and Jostein Gundersen

12:30–13:30 Lunch Break

13:30–15:30 Distinguishing the Actors
Session Host: Cecilie Broch Knudsen, Advisory Board Member

    13:30–14:00 Artistic Research Doctorates Supervisors – Practices, Problematics and Perspectives.
    WP Lead: Zurich University of the Arts
    Presenter: Giaco Schiesser

    14:00–14:30 Learning from scenarios – exploring artistic doctoral supervision.
    WP Lead: Aarhus School of Architecture
    Presenter: Claus Peder Pedersen

    14:30–15:30 Break out sessions: Advancing Supervision. The Experience.

    During the break out sessions participants are invited to discuss and reflect on supervision situations. The engagement among colleagues will start off from the interactive video “Advancing Supervision. The Experience“, that employs participatory and immersive theater techniques.

15:30–16:00 Coffee Break

16:00–18:00 Improving practices
Session Host: Michaela Glanz, Academy of Fine Arts Vienna, Project Leader

    16:00–16:30 Feed-back, Feed-forward: Towards Meaningful Exchange on Artistic Work in Doctoral Supervision
    WP Lead: Orpheus Institute
    Presenter: Christina Stabourlos

    16:30–17:00 Situating Supervision in the Research Environment
    WP Lead: Glasgow School of Art
    Video Presentation: Henry Rogers

    17:00–18:00 Gallery Walk: Tools and Concepts.

19:00 –22:00
Academy of Fine Arts Vienna: Prospect Court | Lehárgasse 8, 1060 Wien

Networking Dinner

09:00–10:00
Academy of Fine Arts Vienna

Registration

10:00–10:30
Academy of Fine Arts Vienna: Aula

Welcome and Introduction

    Johan F. Hartle, Rector Academy of Fine Arts Vienna

    Michaela Glanz, Academy of Fine Arts Vienna, Project Leader

10:30–18:00
Academy of Fine Arts Vienna: Aula

Presentation of Outputs and Discussion of Key Findings

10.30-12.30 Setting the Framework
Session Host: Klaus Jung, Advisory Board Member

    10.30-11.30 Unpacking the Mindmap Tool.
    WP Lead: Academy of Fine Arts in Prague | AVU
    Presenters: Maria Topolčanská and Dušan Zahoranský

    11:30–12:30 Map Ethics!
    WP Lead: University of Bergen | KMD
    Presenters: Anne-Helen Mydland and Jostein Gundersen

12:30–13:30 Lunch Break

13:30–15:30 Distinguishing the Actors
Session Host: Cecilie Broch Knudsen, Advisory Board Member

    13:30–14:00 Artistic Research Doctorates Supervisors – Practices, Problematics and Perspectives.
    WP Lead: Zurich University of the Arts
    Presenter: Giaco Schiesser

    14:00–14:30 Learning from scenarios – exploring artistic doctoral supervision.
    WP Lead: Aarhus School of Architecture
    Presenter: Claus Peder Pedersen

    14:30–15:30 Break out sessions: Advancing Supervision. The Experience.

    During the break out sessions participants are invited to discuss and reflect on supervision situations. The engagement among colleagues will start off from the interactive video “Advancing Supervision. The Experience“, that employs participatory and immersive theater techniques.

15:30–16:00 Coffee Break

16:00–18:00 Improving practices
Session Host: Michaela Glanz, Academy of Fine Arts Vienna, Project Leader

    16:00–16:30 Feed-back, Feed-forward: Towards Meaningful Exchange on Artistic Work in Doctoral Supervision
    WP Lead: Orpheus Institute
    Presenter: Christina Stabourlos

    16:30–17:00 Situating Supervision in the Research Environment
    WP Lead: Glasgow School of Art
    Video Presentation: Henry Rogers

    17:00–18:00 Gallery Walk: Tools and Concepts.

19:00–22:00
Academy of Fine Arts Vienna: Prospect Court | Lehárgasse 8, 1060 Wien

Networking Dinner

Oct 22

09:00 –12:30
Academy of Fine Arts Vienna: Aula

09:00–10:00 Coffee and Gallery Walk: Tools and Concepts.

10:00–12:00 Panel and Discussion: Undoing Supervision.

Panel Chair and Moderator: Michaela Glanz, Academy of Fine Arts Vienna, Project Leader

Supervision in artistic research: How much is the same or different from other research disciplines?
Presenter: Melita Kovačević, University of Zagreb

Panelists:

  • Melita Kovačević, University of Zagreb
  • Andrea B. Braidt, University of Vienna
  • Xiang Zheng, University of Art and Design Linz
  • Magno Caliman, Orpheus Institute
  • 12:00–12:30 Closing

    Wrap Up and Closing Remarks:
    Michaela Glanz, Academy of Fine Arts Vienna, Project Leader

    Introduction to Lunch Table Talks:
    Maria Hansen, ELIA

    12:30 –14:00
    Academy of Fine Arts Vienna

    Lunch & Table Talks

    with contributions from participants.

    09:00–12:30
    Academy of Fine Arts Vienna: Aula

    09:00–10:00 Coffee and Gallery Walk: Tools and Concepts.

    10:00–12:00 Panel and Discussion: Undoing Supervision.

    Panel Chair and Moderator: Michaela Glanz, Academy of Fine Arts Vienna, Project Leader

    Supervision in artistic research: How much is the same or different from other research disciplines?
    Presenter: Melita Kovačević, University of Zagreb

    Panelists:

  • Melita Kovačević, University of Zagreb
  • Andrea B. Braidt, University of Vienna
  • Xiang Zheng, University of Art and Design Linz
  • Magno Caliman, Orpheus Institute
  • 12:00–12:30 Closing

    Wrap Up and Closing Remarks:
    Michaela Glanz, Academy of Fine Arts Vienna, Project Leader

    Introduction to Lunch Table Talks:
    Maria Hansen, ELIA

    12:30–14:00
    Academy of Fine Arts Vienna

    Lunch & Table Talks

    with contributions from participants.

    Pre-Event: Oct 20

    Don’t forget to also take part in the pre-event on 20 Oct: The upcoming ELIA Artistic Research Platform Meeting „Working Together“ invites participants to address, investigate and re-discover the value of working together as practitioners and researchers, after having had to work in solitude during the Covid-19 pandemic. Please register here.

    12:00 –13:00
    Academy of Fine Arts Vienna

    Registration and Informal Lunch

    13:00 –13:30
    Academy of Fine Arts Vienna: Aula

    Welcome and Introduction

    13:30 –17:00
    Academy of Fine Arts Vienna: Aula

    Interactive Session on ‘Togetherness’
    (incl. Breaks)

    17:00 –17:45
    Academy of Fine Arts Vienna: Aula

    Frascati Manual Revisions – Update

    17:45 –18:00
    Academy of Fine Arts Vienna: Aula

    Wrap Up and Closing

    18:00 –
    Academy of Fine Arts Vienna: Aula

    Dinner

    09:00–12:30
    Academy of Fine Arts Vienna: Aula

    09:00–10:00 Coffee and Gallery Walk: Tools and Concepts.

    10:00–12:00 Panel and Discussion: Undoing Supervision.

    Panel Chair and Moderator: Michaela Glanz, Academy of Fine Arts Vienna, Project Leader

    Supervision in artistic research: How much is the same or different from other research disciplines?
    Presenter: Melita Kovačević, University of Zagreb

    Panelists:

  • Melita Kovačević, University of Zagreb
  • Andrea B. Braidt, University of Vienna
  • Xiang Zheng, University of Art and Design Linz
  • Magno Caliman, Orpheus Institute
  • 12:00–12:30 Closing

    Wrap Up and Closing Remarks:
    Michaela Glanz, Academy of Fine Arts Vienna, Project Leader

    Introduction to Lunch Table Talks:
    Maria Hansen, ELIA

    12:30–14:00
    Academy of Fine Arts Vienna

    Lunch & Table Talks

    with contributions from participants.

    Information

    The Multiplier Conference and the ELIA Artistic Research Platform Meeting are both hosted by the Academy of Fine Arts Vienna. After moving back to Schillerplatz, the Academy will open the doors of the renovated main building in the heart of Vienna for you again and is looking forward to an inspiring Multiplier Conference on sight.

    We very much hope that the events can take place without any major restrictions. We will provide you with information on the then valid meeting rules and venue etiquette in due time before the meetings start.