Аnecdotes and general observations on occasion of a comparison of Hungarian and German art curriculaor: how to handle diversity?
Authors: Gabriella Pataky – PhD, assistant professor of Eötvös Loránd University (ELTE TÓK) (Budapest, Hungary) email@example.com Ernst Wagner – Dr., lecturer of Friedrich-Alexander-Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg, UNESCO Chair in Arts and Culture in Education , Erlangen, Germany firstname.lastname@example.org
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In 2012, Cyprus hosted the European InSEA-Congress. The Cyprus conference programme included a contribution by a group of German and Hungarian art educators (among them the authors of this article): as a transnational and collective presentation, this contribution broke the mould of the usual practice of individual presentations. The group showed the intermediate results from a collaboration between international researchers, who work together under the framework of ENViL (European Network for Visual Literacy). The participants, among other topics, engaged in an exchange about the development of art curricula in Switzerland, Hungary, Austria, the Netherlands, and France: about the instructions released by ministries, the circumstances and guidelines as well as the actual working conditions and available resources