06.04.2019

8 May: World-Café: Working Conditions in Art and Culture

What does communication have to do with it? 8 May, 2019, 15.00-18.00, FÜNFZIGZWANZIG, Residenzplatz 10, 5020 Salzburg

Wie sind die derzeitigen Arbeitsverhältnisse für Künstler_innen, Kulturarbeiter_innen und Kulturmanager_innen? Was läuft gut und was sollte verbessert werden? Was haben Arbeitsverhältnisse mit Kommunikation zu tun? Können Sprachalternativen Arbeitsverhältnisse verändern?  

Diesen und weiteren Fragen gehen wir in einem World-Café mit Expert_innen aus Kunst und Kultur sowie Studierenden der beiden Lehrveranstaltungen „Sprache und Kommunikation im Kulturmanagement“ und „Arbeitsverhältnisse und deren kritische Reflexion in Kunst und Kultur“ auf den Grund.  

Die Veranstaltung ist öffentlich – wir freuen uns auf Interessierte! Bitte um Anmeldung per E-Mail bis 30. April 2019 bei Roswitha Gabriel roswitha.gabriel@sbg.ac.at

Moderation: Persson Perry Baumgartinger

Organisation: Persson Perry Baumgartinger, Anita Moser

Roswitha Gabriel

Referentin

Wissenschaft & Kunst

Bergstraße 12

Tel: 2383

E-mail to Roswitha Gabriel

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