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02 Jun 2016

Darmstadt University of Applied Sciences: New Master's Degree Program

International Media Cultural Work (Master of Arts)
Darmstadt University of Applied Sciences


Application phase:
From 23 May 2016, to 15 July 2016.
Information afternoon: Monday, 6 June, 2016, 4pm – 5.30pm on Mediacampus Dieburg, room 14_33.
Just drop by or reserve your seat via e-mail:
From 5.45 p.m.: lecture on 'Media Culture and Political Change' by Stephen Kovats

Prof. Sabine Breitsameter

Mediencampus der Hochschule Darmstadt
Max-Planck-Str. 2
64807 Dieburg

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Do you want to make audiences and individuals understand media, grasp it, touch it, critically as well as creatively? Do you want to work in a professional field which merges aesthetics, cultural concepts, media technological methods, pedagogical considerations, and managerial steering strategies? If yes, our Master's degree program International Media Cultural Work might be for you!

Curating – Communicating – Managing

International Media Cultural Work will qualify its students as superbly imaginative leaders and strategically outstanding executives. During the program, students will focus on media aesthetic education and cultural communication to develop expertise in inspiring society to a deeper and critical understanding of media technologies' cultural implications, as well as their social and ethical- philosophical dimensions. The course's practical goal is to encourage society and individuals to use media for skillful self- expression, as well as for creative and emancipatory practices.

The program is conducted in English. Its perspective is international and intercultural. The students will work in transdiscipline, collaborative, and experimental environments.

'I am very impressed by the forward thinking and visionary approach shown in the structure of IMC: it shows careful balancing of highly and for cultural media outreach today, very relevant theoretical subjects coupled with great opportunities for practical work. I am sure this program will become internationally recognised, for its excellence and for providing a new direction in social and artistic cultural dissemination through media.'
Catherine Milliken (Australia/Germany), composer, director of international cultural and artistic projects; director of the Education Program for the Berliner Philharmoniker (2005-2012).

„IMC's media cultural concept is based on internationality and social diversity. This is unique in Germany and broadens not only the general effectiveness of media cultural communication, but also gives a professionally broad, international base to the program's graduates. The latter is very seminal for a sustained employability.'
Stephen Kovats (Canada/Germany), Founding Director of „r0g_agency for open culture and critical transformation GmbH'
Artistic Director of the „transmediale Festival für Kunst und digitale Kultur', Berlin (2007-2011).

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We are looking forward to your application!