Organised by ESA Saint-Luc Liège, these study days will examine the potential for cross-disciplinary collaboration between students, teachers and researchers in order to work on projects addressing societal issues. The workshop will examine the added value of collective projects between art and design schools, universities and other higher education institutions.  

In the process of shaping our upcoming post-graduate degree, we are looking to collectively explore different approaches that rely on mixed (hybrid) methods to tackle cross-disciplinary projects. In doing so we seek to answer the following questions:  

How can research-creation contribute to project emanating from the academic world and vice-versa? How can we work together to formulate innovative proposals and solutions that serve the common good? What would our ideal training programme look like? How can we support the experimentation and the development of cross-disciplinary skills? 

Dates and location (physical component) 

Tuesday 05 to Saturday 09 November 2024 at ESA Saint-Luc Liège School of Art in Belgium 

Workshop language :

English 

Provisonal programme content :  

  • Conferences 
  • Expert round tables 
  • Toolbox development accross different workgroups 
  • Best practice and experience sharing 
  • Collective exhibition 
  • Cultural activities 

Virtual Component (before and after the physical mobility): 

  • Before the BIP : online presentation and introduction to the topic 
  • Showcasing a transdisciplinary project (ULiège, ENSAD Nancy, ESA Saint-Luc Liège): https://www.saint-luc.be/une-semaine-au-phare-immersion-dans-une-institution-daide-a-la-jeunesse-2/
  • After the physical component : creation of a common online platform to collect and share primary (digital) (re)sources (video reels, pictures, soundbites, etc.) for further study.  

Dissemination:  

The Workshop will serve as a starting point for a common publication 

Target-audience: 

Our BIP targets first and foremost teachers, staff members and researchers from art schools, universities and other higher education institutions. Student participants are also welcome but participation is limited.  

Cost:  

The costs of the workshop are supported by the Erasmus programme. Participants should, when possible, arrange mobility support through their home institution for travel and accomodation expenses (Erasmus funding).  


OPEN CALL FOR CONTRIBUTIONS  

Share your cross-disciplinary practices and learn from your european colleagues.  

Submit your proposal by 17 June 2024 using this form.

Participants will be notified by 5 July 2024.