An online workshop by Alexander Preininger, student at the Institute for Education in the Arts at the Academy of Fine Arts Vienna
The coronavirus and the accompanying crisis have changed our lives. Especially during the seven weeks of quarantine, our social lives were reduced to a minimum. The phase of isolation was a burden, and not just for the many people who live alone: almost everyone perceived this time as a challenge. Certainly you must have dealt with new situations, too, or experienced moments that might stay in your memory for a lifetime. And in the best case, you also took a photo of it.
First, watch the video about the workshop – all of the steps explained there are also listed below in the instructions.
And here’s how it works:
• Try to remember special moments during quarantine.
• Search through your smartphone gallery and see if you took photos that are personally important to you. For example, perhaps the photos reflect the mood during homeschooling and show how you felt about it.
• Select 3 photos that capture your Moving Moments.
• If you choose photos that include other people, make sure to ask them if it is alright to use them. When you don’t get an okay from them or you are not sure, it is better to choose other photos that do not contain other people.
• Upload your photos on Instagram with the hashtag #movingmomentskhw or post it in our Facebook group /KunsthalleWienKinderworkshop.
The workshop project Moving Moments by Alexander Preininger was developed in the framework of the art and cultural education course Die Ausstellung als Lernort, a cooperation between Akademie geht in die Schule, the Institute for Education in the Arts at the Academy of Fine Arts Vienna, and Kunsthalle Wien.
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