On the Border of Art and Teaching in the Multilingual World

by Milk Café and Cultural Documents
Monday 18 June 2018, 09:45 - 16:00

The workshop On the Border of Art and Language Teaching in the Multilingual World has been organised as part of the Scottish Graduate School of Arts and Humanities Cohort Development Fund Programme to explore how art-based methods are and can be used as research tools and as pedagogy.

The event will be of interest to teachers and students of languages, linguistics, museum studies, sociology, art education and art and those who are seeking progressive interdisciplinary methods tailored to the needs of specific social groups, including, for example, adult ESOL learners who constitute significantly different research group than children, young adults, and students.

On the Border of Art and Language Teaching in the Multilingual World has been planned to take place within the exhibition The New Speaker Studio in order to provide an example of artistic enquiry into language acquisition, and art-based language learning activities (pedagogy).

More information and programme can be found here

On the Border of Art and Language Teaching in the Multilingual World is devised and produced by Marta Nitecka Barche (University of Aberdeen), Dobrochna Futro (University of Glasgow) and Deirdre MacKenna (University of Dundee).

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Wheelchair accessible | no accessible toilet  

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MILK Café
452 Victoria Road
Glasgow
G42 8YU
In partnership with: University of Aberdeen, University of Glasgow, Scottish Graduate School for Arts & Humanities (SGSAH) and University of Dundee.