Diálogos Transculturais

Karen Keifer-Boyd

Resumo


Diálogo Transcultural constrói relacionamentos, que se transforma em conteúdo para uma comunidade criar arte colaborativa com base no diálogo do grupo. Como professora de arte-educação nos Estados Unidos, comecei a facilitar Diálogos Transculturais em 2007 com alunos e colegas na Makerere Universidade em Kampala, Uganda, e na Universidade de Helsinki. Neste texto apresento teorias, conceitos, estratégias e exemplos de Diálogo Transcultural sobre cultura visual contemporânea, práticas culturais em relação a lugares particulares e uma pedagogia projetada para corroer suposições, ignorância e mal-entendidos. As estratégias pedagógicas do Diálogo Transcultural consideram posicionalidade, subjetividade, conhecimento situado, aprendizagem transformadora, intra-ação, ponto de vista especulativo, e metodologia difrativa. O processo dialógico elicita visões microculturais que são específicas e únicas, mas são compartilhadas dentro ou através do conhecimento macro-cultural. O ato de construção de significado das práticas microculturais pode sustentar bem como mudar as crenças macro-culturais. Diálogo Transcultural é crítica cultural performativa, arte colaborativa e comentário sobre obras de arte por aqueles envolvidos no Diálogo Transcultural. Desenvolvi Diálogo Transcultural como um processo que expõe condições sistêmicas e ambientais, e aborda a criatividade como um processo social.

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Aprendizagem Transformadora. Conhecimento Situado. Cultura Visual.

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