Participating teachers and students come together from 10 nations and 14 Non-European as well as European artistic and scientific universities. They approach the above mentioned topic on a trans- and interdisciplinary level through artistic and historic-humanistic methods in symposia, artistic and historic workshops.
The presentation of historical contents will be conducted by professors of history, sociology, art history and law during a one-day symposium in Liege on March 23rd, 2012, to which all supervising teachers of the artistic workshops are invited to.
“MIXED WE ARE, MIXED WE WILL BE” is the motto of the artistic workshops. It refers to the trans-European and historic-political questions of migration, especially to those of the Saar-Lor-Lux-Region. The attention will be steered to migration and to the emergence of cultures and sub-cultures in the respective nations.
Exhibition in liege
As a conclusion to the project work in Liege an exhibition at the Academie Royale des Beaux-Arts de la Ville de Liège will take place on April 18th, 2012, to which the press (print & radio) is also invited to.
The multilingual publication documents the working process in words and images, as well as the results attained. The documentation of the individual projects during the phase of the project work in Liege provides the base for this. The contents will be of artistic and scientific nature.
Touring exhibition & sustainability
A touring exhibition in the form of a multimedia production will travel through the cities of Europe: Trier, Metz, Saarbrücken, Liege and Luxembourg (further locations include: Kreisau, Krakow, Opole and Danzig). The exhibition aims at illustrating the topic and the project work that linked with it to the public through a multimedia presentation.
ca. 92 students from Germany, France, Belgium, Poland, Slovakia, Georgia, Ireland, Canada & the United States
ca. 25 professors from Germany, France, Belgium, Luxembourg, Poland, Italy, Georgia, Ireland & Canada