New Roads to Digital MediaLab Learning

By April 11, 2017 News No Comments
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Superact’s Patsy recently travelled to Marseille for the start-up meeting of the new European MediaLab Praxis project hosted by Urban Prod, the lead partner and local French organisation. She was accompanied by Vjeran Mjenovic, a website designer who has delivered Exe-Arts animation workshops, and Laurence Bater, a volunteer with special interests in sports and education.

The aim of the project is to promote experimentation, development and implementation of new models of community media learning for young people. Partners send a team of three people to each meeting, comprising of a Project Manager, a Media Professional, and a young person under 25 with an interest in media. The central starting point for discussions is the medialab model. New to this form of working, Superact will explore the medialab model, undertaking research to see how to incorporate media learning into the type of work that Superact does each day.

The next project meeting takes place in Innsbruck, Austria after which each partner will research media learning in their respective regions and run a series of experimental, pilot delivery sessions in line with their own arts delivery practices. The third meeting will be in Finland in January 2018, and the final conference will be hosted by Superact in the UK in June 2018.

Check back for updates on innovative learning and progress throughout the project on our Project pages.