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Kostenfreie Unterrichtseinheiten zu MEDIENKOMPETENZ für Jugendliche (ab 14 Jahre)

In Facebook, Snapchat, Instagram, aber auch in ihrem Alltag außerhalb der sozialen Medien sind junge Menschen von Bildern mit widersprüchlichen Botschaften konfrontiert. Die Workshops geben den SchülerInnen Hilfestellung dabei ein Bild und seine Entstehungsgeschichte kritisch zu betrachten, anstatt es für selbstverständlich zu halten.

Wir arbeiten mit medienpädagogisch geschulten ReferentInnen zusammen und bieten für Schulklassen kostenlose Workshops zu den Ausstellungen im Ausstellungsort f3-freiraum für fotografie in Berlin zum Thema Medienkompetenz an. Dauer und Inhalt der Programme können individuell mit den Lehrkräften abgesprochen werden.

Haben Sie Interesse? Kontaktieren Sie uns: Frau Dimitra Maragkaki, dimitra@gfhf.eu Tel: 030 60 40 77 48.

Gefördert von:
Engagement Global im Auftrag des BMZ
Berliner Senatsverwaltung für Wirtschaft, Energie und Betriebe, Landesstelle für Entwicklungszusammenarbeit
Kirchlicher Entwicklungsdienst durch Brot für die Welt – Evangelischer Entwicklungsdienst.

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MEDIENKOMPETENZ STÄRKEN

FORTBILDUNG FÜR LEHRER/INNEN UND REFERENT/INNEN

Die Gesellschaft für Humanistische Fotografie (GfHF) führt seit 10 Jahren erfolgreich pädagogische Kunst- und Kultur-vermittlungsprogramme für Kinder und Jugendliche begleitend zu Ausstellungen sowie Fortbildungen für Lehrkräfte zum Thema Medienkompetenz durch. Auch 2018 können wir Ihnen im Rahmen des Projektes Medienkompetenz stärken wieder spannende Workshops anbieten.

FORTBILDUNG: Medienkompetenz vermitteln und Bilder kompetent einsetzen
Ort: Berlin, f3-freiraum für fotografie (www.fhochdrei.org)
Termin: 25./26. Mai 2018 (Fr. 15.00 – 20.00 Uhr / Sa. 10.00 – 16.30 Uhr)
Kosten: Die Kostenbeteiligung beträgt 30 Euro pro Person.

Der Workshop findet in deutscher Sprache statt.

Die Plätze sind limitiert, bitte reservieren Sie Ihren Platz schnellstmöglich: Frau Dimitra Maragkaki,
Tel: 030 60 40 77 48, dimitra@gfhf.eu.

Gefördert von:
Engagement Global im Auftrag des BMZ
Berliner Senatsverwaltung für Wirtschaft, Energie und Betriebe, Landesstelle für Entwicklungszusammenarbeit
Kirchlicher Entwicklungsdienst durch Brot für die Welt – Evangelischer Entwicklungsdienst.

Weitere Informationen finden Sie hier:

Programm Medienkompetenz stärken.

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Picturing Berlin – Reporting my City II:
A photography project for young adults

In 2018, the project Picturing Berlin – Reporting my City is running in its second year. Young adults (16-27 years old) who grew up or fled to Berlin explore their city through the camera lens. Accompanied by a photographer and a pedagogue they visit institutions and organisations in their neighborhood, as well as photography exhibitions. They learn about the different genres of photography, such as Dokumentary, Portrait and Street Photography and capture their own view of the world with the camera. At the end of the project, the youngsters will show their photographs in their own exhibition at f3-freiraum für fotografie.

Picturing Berlin is looked after by the photographer, Beatrice Schachenmayr and the pedagogue, Luzia Schminke. The first workshop will take place on Saturday 17 March from 11am to 4pm. To register, just send an e-mail to dimitra@gfhf.eu.

The project is sponsored by the Federal Ministry of Family Affairs, Senior Citizens, Women and Youth.

Photo by A. Dirella during the project, 2017
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Picturing Berlin – Reporting my City: A project for young adults on Reportage Photography

In the project Picturing Berlin – Reporting my City young adults (age 16-27) who all grew up in or migrated to Berlin, explored their city with the camera, and created individual photo reports. In their exhibition they present us their photographic project to themes such as parties and events in Berlin, weekly markets, street musicians or the diverse people that make Berlin the city it is.

Opening: Friday, 20 October 2017, 6 pm
Exhibition: 21 October – 27 October, every day 2 – 7 pm
Location: Kühlhaus Berlin, Luckenwalder Straße 3, 10963 Berlin.

They were accompanied by the photojournalists Katja Heinemann and Kaveh Rostamkhani as well as the pedagogue Luzia Schminke.

The project goes on until 2019. People who are interested in participating, send an e-mail to info@gfhf.eu.

The project is sponsored by Federal Ministry of Family Affairs, Senior Citizens, Women and Youth.

Foto aus dem Projekt "Picturing Berlin" von S. Schneider
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Picturing NeighbourHOOD

In the framework of the photo project Picturing NeighbourHOOD young people (age 13 to 18), coming from Aleppo, Berlin, Damaskus and Hasaka explored their district Kreuzberg with the camera. Using techniques of street photography and portrait photography, they discovered familiar as well as unknown places, get to know their neighbours and exchange information about their well-known and newly acquired paths through their neighborhood.

They presented us their experiences and discoveries, their very personal perspective on their favorite places and their neighbors in an photographic exhibition.

Exhibition Picturing NeighborHOOD
Opening: 14. December 2016, 18:00
Friedrichshain-Kreuzberg Museum (FHXB Museum)
Adalbertstr. 95a
10999 Berlin

Duration of the Project: August to December 2016

In cooperation with Carl-von-Ossietzky-Oberschule and in collaboration with the Friedrichshain-Kreuzberg Museum and Drei Wünsche frei – sponsored by Berliner Projektfonds Kulturelle Bildung

Picturing NeighbourHOOD
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Bridge the Gap III

In the photography project Bridge the Gap III, teenagers (12-18 years old) from Marienfelde and surrounding, that grew up in Berlin or came there as refugees, explored their world together. Between April and July 2017 they were photographing their surrounding, their every-day life and their own view on the world. By visiting photography exhibitions, they sharpened their skills. In Workshops with the digital camera, they got to know different photographic genres and a variety of photographic techniques. In a final presentation they showed their photographic experiences to an audience.

Duration: April until July 2017

??In cooperation with Freundeskreis Willy-Brandt-Haus and Internationalen Bund sponsored by "Jugend ins Zentrum!" der Bundesvereinigung Soziokultureller Zentren e.V. in the framework of the program "Kultur macht stark. Bündnisse für Bildung".

Bridge the Gap III
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Bridge the Gap II

In the project Bridge the Gap II, teenagers from Afghanistan, Germany, Sudan, Syria and Chechenia explore their world together. Between March and May 2016 they will be photographing their environment as well as historic Berlin: By visiting photography exhibitions, they will learn about different photographic genres and get to know a variety of photographic techniques. They will sharpen their own personal views on themselves and their surrounding in workshops with the digital camera and will produce portraits and individual photo reportages.

In a final exhibition in the galleries of Willy-Brandt-Haus they will have the chance to present their photographic experiences.

Duration: February until August 2016

In cooperation with Freundeskreis Willy-Brandt-Haus and Internationaler Bund – sponsored by "Jugend ins Zentrum!" of the Bundesvereinigung Soziokultureller Zentren e.V. in the framework of the program "Kultur macht stark. Bündnisse für Bildung".

Bridge the Gap II
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Bridge the Gap – a photography project with young refugees in Berlin

Exhibition visits +++ artistic/documentary self-portraits +++ neighbourhood walks/street-photography +++ exhibition project & photobook

Duration: January – October 2015

In cooperation with Freundeskreis Willy-Brandt-Haus and Internationaler Bund – sponsored by "Jugend ins Zentrum!" of the Bundesvereinigung Soziokultureller Zentren e.V. in the framework of the program "Kultur macht stark. Bündnisse für Bildung".

Project Management: Katharina Mouratidi, GfHF (Administration) and Dr. Maren Ziese, WBH (Content/Pedagogy)

Project Realization: Lela Ahmadzai, Murwarid Basri, Anke Göhring

Visit of the exhibition "Vivian Maier Street Photographer" at Willy-Brandt-Haus in Berlin. © Katharina Mouratidi, 2015.
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My World - A Photography Project for the Empowerment of Young People

My World is a highly successful educational project on our initiative, in cooperation with the Berlin DRK Westend Hospital, Department of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry and the Center for Vocational and Psychosocial Rehabilitation (ZSPR).

Using individually handmade pinhole cameras, the young people go exploring and visualizing their environment or creating portraits of themselves in self-selected poses in a professional photo studio built fort his purpose.

In this way, the young people get familiar with basics of photography such as the choice of an interesting image section and the use of shutter speeds and aperture. In addition they learn how to develop their images in a labatory für black and white photography.

The project serves for the empowerment of young people with considerable constraints in the school participation and community capacity. The creative use of photography helps them to form important personal and social skills, to strengthen their self-confidence and to give them a positive experience of their own performance. Particularly disadvantaged groups of "young people with mental-health problems" are better prepared for the demands in school and in working life and thereby sustainably integrated into society.

The project runs from 2013 to 2018 and will culminate in an exhibition and a book project.

Fotoshooting in the course of the project "My World" at DRK Klinikum Westend. © Katharina Mouratidi, 2013.
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