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Playshop Series: We are In.Tuition – Working with Resistance

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A series of Collaboration Literacy Dojos at UTS IECI

Come join me for a series of experimental gatherings on Collaboration Literacy. As part of my Creative Practitioner Residency, I would like to offer a space for us to reflect and practice working with uncertainty. We’ll experiment with behaviours, ethics, and tools that are helpful in times of uncertainty. My facilitation is informed by remixing methods and knowledge from the arts, technology, permaculture, business, the humanities, and coyote pedagogy (quite fascinating techniques from wilderness education). The idea is to learn and train together. I'll prepare the space and framing; and at the same time I will be a trainee like everyone else.

The aim of this series is:
a) to sharpen our senses and working with flow; being intrapreneurial in a top-down hierarchy; it’s about setting the scene and how we relate; it’s about resistance in and around us; about the quality we bring to our lives in order to create magic. And yes, there’ll be sharing on ingredients for proverbial magic potions (no bones or blood involved, promised); and
b) to research and develop emergent pedagogies through artistic enquiry.

We run two workshops in Sydney and one retreat (possibly) out of Sydney.

IMPORTANT:

WE KINDLY ASK YOU TO ONLY SIGN UP IF YOU CAN FULLY COMMIT TO ALL DATES.

AS WE'RE AIMING FOR PARTICIPANTS FROM DIFFERENT FACULTIES, THERE WILL BE A SELECTION PROCESS. PLEASE UNDERSTAND THAT REGISTERING HERE IS THE FIRST STEP. WE'LL TAKE YOUR REGISTRATION AND WILL EMAIL YOU BY OCT 24.

The series is run by UTS’ IECI Creative Practitioner Residency, a new program that invites practitioners and artists to become part of University Life by experiencing and contributing their ways of working within a new context. The first practitioner of the program is Dr Ele Jansen, who co-founded Learn Do Share, an international collective that researches and designs artistic ways of collaborating with a focus on culture hacking. The group has worked for Columbia University, Google Creative Labs, the UN, UNESCO, Parsons New School of Design. She’s straddling a life between Europe and Australia and brings back new methods and approaches to collaborating, teaching, and learning. Ele also teaches and develops “Global Entrepreneurship” in UTS Business School MBAe. She was awarded Excellence in postgraduate teaching in 2014 and her doctorate in Media/Design Anthropology was supported by an International Postgraduate Research Scholarship at UNSW.

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