MAST: Master Module in Art, Science and Technology

2020, 2019, 2018

The project will develop an applied study module at the intersections of ART, SCIENCE and TECHNOLOGY, combining methodologies and practices that will intertwine the academic sphere closely with the industry realms of the Culture and Creative Sectors. Nurturing a competent perspective on the historical, economical, social and above all cultural relevance of this interdisciplinary blend within the new digital shift, the MAST project will apply innovative, ICT-enhanced teaching and learning methods. The developed model for interdisciplinary and collaborative entrepreneurship as well as career-management will answer the needs of both public (academic intrapreneurship, specialised institutions) and the private sector (companies, NGOs). Therefore it shall rest on a cultural-management savvy approach, combining specific techniques of creative thinking and collaboration for innovation, not least to assure quality, efficiency and equal access on both project and module levels. The developed international study module, shared among three universities and geared toward easy accreditation (transfer), will consist of between 30 and 60 ECTS worth of courses and other academic mechanisms for quality employment.

MANAGERIAL/LEAD:
University of Nova Gorica, School of Arts (SLO)

ACADEMIC, R&D:
Madeira Interactive Technologies Institute (POR)
Technical University Graz, Institute of Spatial Design (AUT)
+ University of Nova Gorica, School of Arts (SLO)

ENTREPRENEURIAL & PRODUCTION:
Kersnikova (SLO)
Kitchen Budapest (HUN)

NETWORKING & OUTREACH:
Culture Action Europe (BEL/EU)
Croatian Cultural Alliance / Unicult programme (CRO)

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Supported by the European Commission

Reference: Connect/2017/3346110
Call: https://ec.europa.eu/digital-single-market/en/news/call-proposals-modules-master-degrees-arts-and-science

 

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