4EU+ educational module "Visual Literature. Understanding the images of Europe - past and present"
We are honoured to announce that a joint, one-year educational module, entitled "Visual Literature. Understanding the images of Europe - past and present", submitted by Charles University, the University of Milan and the University of Warsaw for the second call for educational projects within the 4EU+ Alliance, received funding.The module will be implemented from October 2021 to June 2022.
The module is dedicated to the second-year undergraduate students in art history and art education of the participating universities. It consists of an online conversatory class, tutoring as well as 3 two-day workshops that will take place in Milan (winter 2021),Prague (spring 2022) and Warsaw (2022). The costs of participation in the workshops will be covered by the project budget. The introductory meeting for students interested in the participation in the course is planned on 24 June, 5 pm. It will be held online via Zoom.
Invitation to students interested in participation in the module:
Introductory meeting for students interested in participation in the "Visual Literacy: Understanding Images across Europe - Past and Present" joint educational module within the 4EU+ Alliance, conducted by lecturers from Charles University, the University of Milan and the University of Warsaw will take place on 24 June, 5 pm via Zoom.
The module is dedicated to the second year BA art history student of Charles University, University of Milan or University of Warsaw. It will offer a chance to explore various aspects of visual literacy as well as changing, unstable and popular images.
If you are considering participation in the module and want to learn more about its programme and requirements as well as how to apply for the course, join us for the online introductory meeting. We will discuss the aims of the module, its programme as well as the recruitment process. This will also be a unique chance to meet lecturers and tutors from Charles University, the University of Milan and the University of Warsaw who will be involved in conducting the module.
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