Vienna shuttle bus to the opening of
"HIDDEN CURRICULUM"
at tranzit.sk in Bratislava

Thursday, 14 November 2019, 4:45 PM - 9:30 PM [CEST]

Karl-Popper-Straße 8, Vienna, Vienna, 1100, Austria

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Thursday, 14 November 2019, 4:45 PM - 9:30 PM [CEST]

Erste Campus, Entry park garage, Karl-Popper-Straße 8, Vienna, Vienna, 1100, Austria.

FREE SHUTTLE BUS TO THE EXHIBITION OPENING OF "HIDDEN CURRICULUM"  AT TRANZIT.SK IN BRATISLAVA

Vienna – Bratislava – Vienna

On Thursday, 14 November 2019, ERSTE Foundation is organising a shuttle bus from Vienna to Bratislava on the occasion of the opening of the international group-exhibition HIDDEN CURRICULUM at tranzit.sk in Bratislava.

In addition there will be a first stop at Gandy Gallery for a short visit of the current exhibition on display.

Meeting point:
Erste Campus, Karl-Popper-Straße 8, 1100 Vienna
(in front of Parkgarage Erste Campus)

16.45 Registration
17.00 Departure
20.30 Return from Bratislava to Vienna
21.30 Approximate time of arrival back in Vienna at Erste Campus

 

Registration closes on Monday, 11 November 2019.
Admission free. Please bring your passport or ID card for the trip!

 

For information please contact: heide.wihrheim@erstestiftung.org

 


 

HIDDEN CURRICULUM at tranzit.sk

 

The hidden curriculum usually encompasses the side effects of school instruction. This exhibition focuses on the educational system and its impact on society and its individuals - on schooling. In the transfer of knowledge and skills, education, as presently established by the traditional school system, is basically about learning the proper work ethic and adapting to the hierarchical structure of society. So, if we talk about freedom at work, we must also talk about freedom in education and in this connection, open themes such as disciplining, respecting authority instead of critical thinking, and the teaching of individualism and competitiveness as opposed to cooperation as the work of the future. We must also discuss such problems as segregation, the widening of social differences, and inclusive and empathetic education. Would our society be different if our educational system were based on democratic and respectful principles?

This exhibition also has a performative section consisting of courses, workshops, lectures and performances. It is based on three underlying lines: the un-learning of standpoints and assumptions which we acquire at school; the approximation of concepts such as de-schooling, radical pedagogy and democratic education; and lastly, reflections on the current situation and attempts at reforming the educational system in Slovakia.

Artists: Ane Hjort Guttu, Maja Hodošcek, Adelita Husni-Bey, Jana Kapelová, Barbora Kleinhamplová & Zbynek Baladrán, Servet Kocyigit, Eva Kotátková, Annette Krauss, Erik Sikora, Maja Štefancíková, Pilvi Takala

Curators: Jana Kapelová, Eliška Mazalanová

Curatorial collaboration: Judit Angel

Spatial design: Matej Gavula

Graphic design: Magda Scheryová

Production: Petra Balíková, Ivana Rumanová, Roman Bicek, Michal Král, Ján Kekeli


Opening:
 Thursday, 14 November 2019, 6 pm
Venue: tranzit.sk, Beskydská 12, Bratislava

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Cover picture: © Servet Kocyigit ” Higher Education” 2006, 280x400cm, C-Print, Courtesy of Artist

Cancellation policy

If you are not able to attend the event, we ask you to give us a short notice to heide.wihrheim@erstestiftung.org. Thank you!

ERSTE Foundation

http://www.erstestiftung.org

ERSTE Foundation is a creative workshop for ideas and innovation, a lab for topics of the future which increases its effectiveness through the strategic cooperation with networks. As main shareholder of Erste Group ERSTE Foundation secures the independent future of one of the largest financial services providers in Central, Eastern and South Eastern Europe. As a private Austrian savings banks foundation, the foundation is committed to serve the common good. We invest in social innovation, engage in European cohesion and strong democracies and promote contemporary culture in Europe. As main shareholder of Erste Group ERSTE Foundation secures the independent future of one of the largest financial services providers in Central, Eastern and South Eastern Europe. As a private Austrian savings banks foundation, the foundation is committed to serve the common good. We invest parts of our dividends into the region in which Erste Group operates. Our goals are to strengthen civil society, foster the inclusion of socially disadvantaged groups and promote contemporary culture in Europe.

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