Wednesday, March 3rd from 6pm to 8pm – CET
The webinar was presented LIVE at facebook.com/MASTermodule
Presented by the MAST partners and MAST alumni:
Peter Purg, Jurij Krpan, Nayari Castillo – Rutz, Michela Magaš, Milena Dragićević – Šešić, Daniela Urem, Simon Gmajner, Chris Csíkszentmihályi, Sergi Bermúdez, Lucia Dubačova, Jatun Risba, Nabil Nazem Fawzi Almanssour, Duarte Luis de Sousa and moderated by Tere Badia.
With participation by Barbara Stacher, Cultural Policy Unit, DG EAC, European Commission.
For the last three years, the MAST project has been connecting students, innovators, engineers, scientists and artists from across Europe to engage with methodologies and practices that intertwine the academic and cultural spheres, contributing to a better social and technological innovation. Next to a novel master study module, the project had a clearly transformative impact on the involved universities and NGOs by implementing progressive concepts and methodologies that integrate the European drive for breakthrough innovation with its Social Values agenda.
As the MAST project draws to a close, we are proud to present the main takeaways from our collaborative work, the lessons learned and the plans we are forging for the future. The MAST consortium believes that these results and outputs set solid foundations for further advancements and developments in the cross-domain field of Arts, Science and Technology.
Join us for a condensed two hours of sharp keynotes, experience reports and dynamic dialogues to learn more about the results of the MAST project, and perhaps share some of its future vectors.
MAST webpage: mastmodule.eu
FB event: facebook.com/events/269422367872109
Session 1: INTRODUCTION TO MAST
– MAST Curriculum and Project Results – Peter Purg
– Best of MAST Showcase – Simon Gmajner
Session 2: MAST AS INNOVATION CATALYST
– Introduction to EU cultural policy by Barbara Stacher
Integration of CCI in the Horizon programme, the new EIT CCI KIC, the New European Bauhaus
– The relevance of MAST for the current European policies; Barbara Stacher, Michela Magaš, Peter Purg, Jurij Krpan and Chris Csikszentmihalyi
Session 3: MAST PROFESSIONAL and PERSONAL DEVELOPMENT / UNICULT
– Milena Dragićević – Šešić and Daniela Urem
MAST PPD proposes to focus on personal development along with the development of
professional skills, taking into consideration all areas of one’s life to strengthen skills, personal
character and wellbeing. mastmodule.eu/wp-content/uploads/2021/01/MAST_1-
– MAST Manual
Nayari Castillo – Rutz and Sergi Bermudez
Session 4: MAST AS EXPERIMENTAL CHALLENGE LAB
– Michela Magaš and Jurij Krpan in conversation with Peter Purg
1. The seeming paradox between the hi-tech coded into the New Green deal and the Social
Europe agenda, linked to issues of health, safety, social mobility and cohesion in the face of the new pandemic on the one hand, and the global climate crisis on the other.
2. More on the New European Bauhaus / On the inclusion/equality/equity/justice front – what is ability? What is literacy?
Session 5: – THE FUTURE OF WORK
– Daniela Urem in conversation with Lucia Dubačova, Jatun Risba, Duarte Luis de Sousa
and Nabil Nazem Fawzi Almanssour