FLOORPLAN World Café – Round #3

FLOORPLAN World Café – Round #3
Saturday, 4th of February 2017, 11-15 h, KHI University of Bonn

The museum research group FLOORPLAN cordially invites you to the third round of the FLOORPLAN “World Café”. PhD candidates of the Department of Art History wish to openly debate pertinent museum topics such as transnationality, transculturality, shared heritage, intellectual property, restitution, recontextualization and the management of meaning in art and culture.

Topics and tables of the World Café:
Marie-Christin Gerwens-Voss: Wie moralisch oder politisch korrekt kann oder muss ein Museum sein?
Christoph Balzar & Samia Ouladzahra: White Privilege and Museums
Kristina Engels: Die neuen Bauhaus-Museen in Weimar, Dessau, Berlin –
Wieviel Bauhaus steckt dahinter?
Kathrin Michel: Zum Stand der „Kunst-Gewerbe-Museen“. Chancen, Herausforderungen und Möglichkeiten der Mehrspartenhäuser
Sheila Heidt: Weshalb wird afrikanische Kunst anders wahrgenommen als europaische?
Benjamin Dodenhoff: The semi-permanent collection – Selling parts of the museum’s depot to buy new art?

World Café languages: English and German

Timetable:
Welcome and Introduction: 11.00
Round 1: 11.15-11.35
Round 2: 11.40-12.05
Round 3: 12.10-12.30
Coffee break
Round 4: 12.45-13.05
Round 5: 13.10-13.30
Summary and Discussion: 13.30-14.30

FLOORPLAN is a museum research group and think tank of art historians, ethnographers, anthropologists, law experts, artists and designers headed by Prof. Anne-Marie Bonnet. Within this network of specialization, we develop trans-disciplinary models of interpretation, discussion and presentation of museum collections and topics. Our main goal is to foster exchange between academia and museums, between theory and practice through workshops and conferences with external experts.