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8. Jun 2023
kl 09:30 - 23:00

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Disputation: Samira Jamouchi: A performative approach to wool felting - Rhizomatic relations in visual arts making and art education

You may follow the disputation online. Link for registration as an online spectator at the bottom of this page.

Samira Jamouchi (photo)

Time

8 Jun
kl 09:30 - 23:00

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Samira Jamouchi will defend the thesis titled “A performative approach to wool felting - Rhizomatic relations in visual arts making and art education” for the PhD degree.

Jamouchi has followed the Ph.D programme at Faculty of Fine Arts, with spesialisation in Art in Context.

Trial lecture starts at 09.30 am.

Public defence starts at 12.00 pm.

Title of trial lecture: “A performative approach as criticality of education”

Read the thesis in AURA

Disputation chair: Dean Marit Wergeland

Assessment committee:

  • First opponent: Tone Pernille Østern, Professor in Arts Education, NTNU
  • Second opponent: Khalid Amine, Ph.D., Abdelmalek Essaadi University, Adjunct Lecturer University of New England
  • Chair of assessment committee: Associate Professor Tormod Wallem Anundsen

Supervisors in the doctoral work:

  • Main supervisor: Professor Helene Illeris
  • Co-supervisors: Artist Anne Karin Jortveit, Professor Lisbet Skregelid (UiA), artist and Dosent (USN) Jadwiga Blaszczyk-Podowska

What to do as an online audience member:

The disputation is open to the public. To follow the trial lecture and the public defence online, register on Zoom: https://uiano.zoom.us/j/68389460491

We ask online audience members to join no earlier than 10 minutes in advance. After these times, you can leave and rejoin the meeting at any time.

Opponent ex auditorio:

Deadline for the public to pose questions is during the break between the two opponents. Questions ex auditorio can be submitted to Clare Hildebrandt.