The Chairs of Venice Applying Storytelling as Teaching Method to Understand Material Cultural Heritage

Tenna Doktor Olsen Tvedebrink, Nini Camilla Bagger
2020 Res Mobilis: International Research Journal of Furniture and Decorative Objects  
To understand the present and prepare for the future, we must remember our past. - And as indicated with the writings of 19th century English art critic and writer, John Ruskin; material cultural heritage holds an important lesson and plays an ethical role in establishing such a remembrance. With this paper, we discuss examples of implementing storytelling as a creative-explorative teaching method to critically reflect on- and develop the awareness and understanding of material cultural
more » ... among students from disciplines of Art History, Architecture, and Design. Our examples stem from a workshop held during the International Art Biennale in Venice 2019 by the Erasmus+ interdisciplinary research projectCRAFT.
doi:10.17811/rm.9.11.2020.124-147 fatcat:nt46za63czgddncbcnkegw3lm4