PROVOCATION North America
dialogue
OTTO VON BUSCH
(Professor of Integrated Design at Parsons School of Design, USA)
CHRISTINA H. MOON
(Associate Professor of Fashion Studies at Parsons School of Design, USA)






PROVOCATION Africa
SUNNY DOLAT
(The Nest Collective, Kenya)




PROVOCATION Europe

SANDRA NIESSEN
(Independent Scholar & Defashion Activist, The Netherlands)




PROVOCATION Asia
dialogue
MAYANK MANSINGH KAUL
(Textile Curator, India)
ANJANA DAS
(Creative director, India)



PROVOCATION South America
COLECTIVO MALVESTIDAS
Loreto Martínez & Tamara Poblete
(Chile)






KATHERINA DEEKEN
Founder of Deeken HR (Germany)
PAULA KEILHOLZ Fashion Transformation Activist Threads&Tits, Fashion Design Graduate Berlin University of The Arts (Germany)
TIMISOLA SHASANYA
Fashion Design Student Central Saint Martins College London (UK)
OLIVER IBERT
Professor for Spatial Transformation and Social Research at the Brandenburg University of Technology BTU (Germany)

BOBBY KOLADE
Designer BUZIGAHILL (UGANDA)
DILYS WILLIAMS
Professor of Fashion Design for Sustaiability, University of the Arts London (UK)
facilitated by
ZOWIE BROACH
Head of Fashion MA Royal College of Art (UK)




ELIZABETH HACKSPIEL
Netzwerk Mode Textil (Germany)
SOPHIE KURKDJIAN
Culture(S) de Mode (France)

LESIBA MABITSELA
African Fashion Research Institute AFRI
(
South Africa)

MATTHEW NEEDHAM
Trash Club (UK)
TIMO RISSANEN
Union of Concerned Researchers in Fashion UCRF (Australia) facilitated by
MI MEDRADO
Anthropologist, Co-Founder Brazilian Decolonial Studies in Fashion Network & Founder-Researcher of Fashion and Decolonization:Global South Crossing Working Group and Collective (Brazil)


SAMIRA IRAN
Postdoctoral Researcher And Lecturer At Technische Universität Berlin And Project Lead At Hot Or Cool Institute (Germany/Iran)
RAHEMUR RAHMAN
Senior Lecturer At Central Saint Martins London, Artist, Designer, Filmmaker (UK)
ANDREA VETTER
Transformation Researcher & Doctor of Philosophy,HBK Braunschweig (GERMANY)
facilitated by
RENATE STAUSS
Dr, Assistant Professor, Fashion Studies, Department of Communications, Media and Culture, The American University of Paris (FRANCE/GERMANY)







LEARNINGS FROM A POST-FASHION MAKING LABSara Arnold & Zoe Gilbertson & Karishma Kelsey & Sarah May & Jenny Morisetti & Sandra Niessen & Dirk de Waal (FAN, UK)

DE-FASHION LONDON: A SENSORY FASHION MEDIA WALKSophie Barr & Sarah May (UK)

STATUS WO? DESIGN INTERVENTIONS QUESTIONING CLASSISM IN FASHION AND STYLE
Cläre Caspar & Bianca Koczan (Germany)

BEYOND SUSTAINABILITY AS EDUCATION-AS-USUAL
Anna Fitzpatrick & Nina Stevenson (UK)

THE CRITICAL PULSE - ETHICAL FASHION MEDIA
Sandra Jäger & Kat Sark (Denmark)




THE USES OF ANIMALS - LIVING AND BREATHING BETWEEN HISTORIES, FUTURE IMAGININGS, SENSORIAL EXPERIENCES, SYSTEMS AND PRACTICE
Laurie Anne Brewer & Lisa Z. Morgan (US)


»LOOKS« AN EXHIBITION FOSTERING A COMMUNITY OF COLLABORATION, CO-CREATION AND RESPECT
Sarah Easom & Anze Ermenc & Sonia Genders & Becky De Lacy (UK)


QUATROLOGUES - A TRANS-CULTURAL COLLABORATION
Bettina Göttke-Krogmann & Laura Linsig & Lars Paschke & Johanna Rogalla (Germany)


SHAPE SHIFTER
Odessa Legemah (Germany)


GLOBAL ACCESS, LOCAL IMPACT. PROVIDING ONLINE LEARNING AT MA LEVEL TO REIMAGINE THE VALUE OF FASHION EDUCATION
Tom Crisp & Sabine Lettmann (UK)






RE-STRUCTURING FASHION EDUCATION - CURRICULA, INSTITUTIONS, STRATEGIES
FACILITATED BY ANGELA MCROBBIE

INTERSECTIONAL PRAXIS FOR FASHION EDUCATION: NAVIGATING THE COMPLEXITY OF INSTITUTIONAL CHANGE
Ben Barry & Luciana Srutchen (US)


EXPLORING EDUCATION FOR SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT (ESD) IN FASHION DESIGN STUDIES IN GERMANY AND IRAN — A COMPARISON
Hanieh Choopani & Martina Glomb & Anne Marie Grundmeier (Germany)


A CROSS INSTITUTIONAL EXPLORATION OF STUDENT EXPECTATIONS OF SUSTAINABILITY IN THE FASHION CURRICULUM
Corinna Joyce & Noorin Khamisani (Vietnam/UK)


NEW SYNERGIES THROUGH THE INTERLINKING OF PREVIOUSLY INDEPENDENT UNIVERSITY STRUCTURES
Magdalena Kohler & André Matthes (Germany)





RE-ALIGNING FASHION EDUCATION – COMMUNITIES, CRAFT, CARETHISFACILITATED BY ANTONELLA GIANNONE

FASHIONING OUR FUTURE THROUGH REWILDING EDUCATION: AN INDIGENOUS PERSPECTIVE
Tukahia Ngataki & Karishma Singh Kelsey (New Zealand)


DECOLONIAL DESIGN EDUCATION IN CULTURALLY DIVERSE ECOSYSTEMS
Laya Chirravuru & Akshita Gangwal & Zakiya Adil Khatri (Germany/India)


LIFE AFTER LIFE
Rishab Manocha (India)


EXTRA-PEDAGOGY: CONNECTING TO COMMUNITIES VIA INDEPENDENT STUDY COURSES AND RESEARCH MENTORSHIPS
Marie Genevieve Cyr & Giannina Gomez & Gigi Gomez & Constanza Orlowski
& Yetunde Saap (US)







RE-DESIGNING FASHION
EDUCATION –METHODS, MATERIALS, PROCESSES
FACILITATED BY SAVITHRI BARTLETT

DISRUPTING THIN NARRATIVES: CREATING STUDENT DESIRE FOR FAT FASHION
Emily Huggard & Leila Kelleher (US)


EXPRESSIONS OF DISCARDED DESIGN DECISIONS AS A REFLECTIVE TOOL TO RETHINK FASHION EDUCATION
Karin Landahl & Stefanie Malmgren De Oliveira (Sweden)


GESTURAL DESIGN: FASHION DESIGNED BY THE WEARER
Monica Jae Yeon Moon & Muyo Park (UK)

REVISITING THE ARCHIVE: A TOOL FOR INNOVATION AND REFLECTION IN FASHION EDUCATION
Lars Paschke & Pierre-Antoine Vettorello (Belgium/Germany)








RE-CONNECTING FASHION 
EDUCATION–DE-CENTERING, COLLABORATION,CIRCULARITYTHIS
FACILITATED BY ERICA DE GREEF

DEVELOPING A DECENTRALISED FASHION SYSTEM: A VISION FOR EDUCATION
Jennifer Barrett & Gayle Cantrell (UK)


TRANSITION FROM SUSTAIN-ABLE TO A RESPONSE-ABLE FASHION PARADIGM IN FASHION EDUCATION
Şölen Kipöz & Filiz Özbengi Uslu (Turkey)


WHY REFASHION? FASHION, POETICS AND HYBRIDIZATION OF CREATIVE METHODS FOR A SUSTAINABLE FUTURE
Desamparados Pardo Cuenca & Macarena Sánchez Balbuena & Úrsula Suarez Bazo & Ana Villamil Guerrero (Spain)


DE-COLONIZE AND DE-FASHION: DO TWO NEGATIVES MAKE A POSITIVE?
Benjamin Wild (UK)








The Digital Multilogue on Fashion Education is a participatory and outcome-oriented space and a series of conferences focused on the learning and teaching of fashion at the tertiary level. It aims to explore and illustrate the diversity and complexity of the field and the practices of fashion education, and to foster a greater understanding of its pasts, presents and futures – methods, values and didactic, pedagogic and epistemological questions - creating a global exchange to inspire mutual learning, collaborative research and shared action.

The Multilogues are organized by Franziska Schreiber & Dr. Renate Stauss, who are brought together and driven by their love for making and wearing fashion, for learning and thinking through fashion, and their belief in its connective, educational and transformative potential.



ORGANISERS

Dr. Renate Stauss is Assistant Professor of Fashion Studies at The American University of Paris in the Department of Communication, Media and Culture. She is also a lecturer at the Berlin University of the Arts. 
Franziska Schreiber is a fashion designer and currently holds a professorship for „fashion I body I digitality“ at the Berlin University of the Arts.


FASHION IS A GREAT TEACHER – THE FASHION EDUCATION PODCAST

Fashion is a great teacher because it provides a fantastic lens to learn about the world and its people, about history, politics and culture. Join Renate Stauss and Franziska Schreiber, to discover the most inspiring voices in fashion education, their take on the how and why of learning and teaching fashion, their doubts and hopes, their lessons from fashion.




MULTILOGUE MOMENTS

This series of Fashion is a great teacher brings you Provocations and a Choir of Ideas from The Digital Multilogue on Fashion Education 2023: De-Fashioning Education; a Critical Thinking and Making Conference. We invited speakers from every continent to share their concerns, questions and ideas: Anjana Das, Mayank Mansingh Kaul, Sandra Niessen, Sunny Dolat, Otto von Busch, and Christina H. Moon, as they navigate the complexities of de-fashioning education, cultural inclusivity, sustainability, and transformative partnerships. This series invites listeners to join a global community rethinking fashion education for essential de-growth and diverse, interconnected futures.

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MULTILOGUE MOMENTS
Season 2 / Episode 4

Otto von Busch & Christina H. Moon  on ‘Fashion & Vitality’

This episode brings you ‘Fashion & Vitality’ – the Provocation Dialogue by Otto von Busch & Christina Moon at The Digital Multilogue on Fashion Education 2023: De-Fashioning Education – A Critical Thinking and Making Conference in Berlin.

Otto von Busch is Professor of Integrated Design at Parsons School of Design. In his research he explores how the powers of fashion can be bent to achieve a positive personal and social condition with which the Everyperson is free to grow to their full potential.

Christina Moon is an Associate Professor of Fashion Studies in the School of Art and Design History and Theory at Parsons School of Design, The New School in New York. Her most recent project on the wardrobe explores the interplay of image, clothing, text and textile through diaspora, exile, and longing.




THE FASHION EDUCATORS’ WORLD MAP

Come together! - towards a collaborative community of fashion educators. Join this global community mapping, inaugurated at The Digital Multilogue on Fashion Education 2020

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FASHIONING EDUCATION

Fashioning education is a collaborative research initiative to open, facilitate and formalise the debate on fashion education against the backdrop of global social transformations.

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