The current situation shows how important digital teaching and learning formats currently are and – even more so – will be in the future at universities, but also in training and learning situations in the theatre and event sector. In cooperation with teachers and students of the study programme Theatre and Event Technology and Management at Beuth Hochschule Berlin we are developing new teaching and learning tools in Virtual Reality.
Using a practical and project-oriented approach, we develop and test concrete scenarios, e.g. for the construction of a chain hoist, safety signs in event rooms, rehearsal stage setups and logistics exercises. The result is a series of digital training units which will be incorporated into daily training in the future and will establish new ways of learning. The cooperation will be carried out in conjunction with the Erasmus+ project ETTE – the European Theatre Technicians Education Project.
News about this project
Live from the digital.DTHG lab at the Bühnentechnische Tagung the two project managers* Franziska Ritter and Pablo Dornhege presented interim results of the subproject “Virtual Teaching and Learning Rooms”.
At the BTT – the Stage Technology Conference, the most important trade fair and further training event for the theatre and event technology sector of the Deutsche Theatertechnische Gesellschaft (DTHG), we will be giving on 28. & 29. October digital a first insight into our projects.
An interdisciplinary kick-off workshop entitled “IM/MATERIAL THEATRE SPACES” took place in spring 2019 at the TU Berlin under the direction of Franziska Ritter and Pablo Dornhege.
The central question in this subproject is to what extent Augmented Reality can be used to improve, facilitate, expand daily work and lead to an increase in safety on stage.
This sub-project is dedicated to the challenge of making theatre heritage visible and finding new virtual forms of mediation that do justice to »theatre« as an immaterial art form in its entirety.