Writing in artistic (and autoethnographic) research
9-10 November 2020
Dr Hanna Guttorm (Helsinki Institute of Sustainability Science, University of Helsinki)
The course will share ideas and perspectives on practice-based and artistic research with attention to autoethnographic methods and writing. The students will work with short exercises in writing as a method of artistic research. The students will also have a possibility to share their writing experiences and get inspiration to make their own texts both personal and scientifically evocative.
Please register HERERegistration deadline is 1 November 2020.
Monday, 9 November
10.00–12.00 Lecture and discussion (A207)
12.00–13.00 Lunch break
13.00–14.45 Workshop on individual writing exercises and discussions (A211)
14.45–15.00 Coffee break
15.00–16.30 Workshop on collaborative writing exercises and discussions (A211)
Tuesday, 10 November
10.00–12.00 Individual consultations for those doctoral students who need it or plan to use autoetnography in their research (A211)
13.00–15.00 Individual consultations (A211)
16.05–18.15 Seminar for everybody (A207)
Contact: Aleksandra Dolgopolova, email@example.com
This event is financed by the European Regional Development Fund ( Estonian Academy of Music and Theatre ASTRA Project EMTASTRA).