Concept

Goals and tasks

For a person to develop the language of culture - as a curator, teacher, researcher or artist - it is not enough for him to read many books. He must learn to think and feel differently. Only the energy of certain people - those who are at the peak of the ideas of their generation - is able to reconfigure our perception apparatus and lead to those territories where completely new knowledge is born

О школе

The specificity of the institute is that it graduates not only the humanities, it is useful not only for future philosophers, writers, directors. It also produces managers and curators, forms specialists who are fluent in modern theory and practice. Our graduate is a person with basic skills in working with all media: from creating paper publications and web projects to organizing exhibitions. At the same time, he refers to any project as a contemporary artist, that is, the most important thing that he possesses is a critical view. He is familiar with the history of philosophy and modern theory (postcolonial, gender, etc.). Our goal is to educate a specialist who not only knows how to produce cultural projects, but also develops the very language of culture.

The purpose of the practice is to research, critically rethink and conceptualize the processes taking place in society. Among the tasks of the curator is the search for forms to represent these processes (these can be both exhibition and performative, educational, publishing and other projects); mediation and building relationships at different levels: within artistic production, within art as a system, between art and related disciplines, between art and society, and so on; as well as the creation of a conceptual apparatus for the interaction of art with other disciplines.

Our task is to make the student who comes to us change his life. For something to happen to him. Having received a student at point A, we must understand what he will be like at point B. We must work not with the knowledge into which we immerse him, but with himself - with his fingers, with his eyes, with his intuition, with his intellectual system, moral system, ethical, mental.

Результат

Working with a person means teaching him to separate truth from untruth, teaching him that at a certain age a person encounters both the loss of loved ones and other events in life, but he must withstand. This is what the university should really prepare for. He must prepare a person to interact with fate.

Manifest

There is fundamental, constant knowledge and there is new knowledge, but most importantly, each epoch, which today is only a decade, creates its own puzzle of knowledge necessary to build a modern picture of the world. MSHIN MMU differs from all other educational institutions in its special attention to the construction of this picture.

More important than counterpoint
There are very precise words of Gustav Mahler to Arnold Schoenberg about his students: “Make these people read Dostoevsky! This is more important than counterpoint. " But what could be more important than counterpoint for a musician? What did Mahler mean? What knowledge is contained in Dostoevsky's books and why is it more important? Dostoevsky is a metaphor for a certain kind of knowledge. They are scattered across books, paintings, symphonies, films. They hide in the dark boxes of these works: in the novels of Dostoevsky, in the paintings of Grunewald, Holbein, Klee, in the sonatas of Schumann and in the films of Bunuel and Pasolini. The writer Elfrida Elinek considers Freud's book "The Man Moses and the Monotheistic Religion" to be one of the main prose works of the 20th century. Special knowledge is contained in the books of Kraft-Ebing, Baudelaire, Dante, and in addition to special subjects and disciplines in MSHIN MMU MMU there are courses addressing precisely this, not special knowledge. Their purpose is not always easy to formulate, but they correspond exactly to what Mahler wrote to Schoenberg.
Experience
There are very precise words of Gustav Mahler to Arnold Schoenberg about his students: “Make these people read Dostoevsky! This is more important than counterpoint. " But what could be more important than counterpoint for a musician? What did Mahler mean? What knowledge is contained in Dostoevsky's books and why is it more important?

Dostoevsky is a metaphor for a certain kind of knowledge. They are scattered across books, paintings, symphonies, films. They hide in the dark boxes of these works: in the novels of Dostoevsky, in the paintings of Grunewald, Holbein, Klee, in the sonatas of Schumann and in the films of Bunuel and Pasolini. The writer Elfrida Elinek considers Freud's book "The Man Moses and the Monotheistic Religion" to be one of the main prose works of the 20th century.

Special knowledge is contained in the books of Kraft-Ebing, Baudelaire, Dante, and in addition to special subjects and disciplines in MSHIN MMU MMU there are courses addressing precisely this, not special knowledge. Their purpose is not always easy to formulate, but they correspond exactly to what Mahler wrote to Schoenberg.
Ideas
There are very precise words of Gustav Mahler to Arnold Schoenberg about his students: “Make these people read Dostoevsky! This is more important than counterpoint. " But what could be more important than counterpoint for a musician? What did Mahler mean? What knowledge is contained in Dostoevsky's books and why is it more important?

Dostoevsky is a metaphor for a certain kind of knowledge. They are scattered across books, paintings, symphonies, films. They hide in the dark boxes of these works: in the novels of Dostoevsky, in the paintings of Grunewald, Holbein, Klee, in the sonatas of Schumann and in the films of Bunuel and Pasolini. The writer Elfrida Elinek considers Freud's book "The Man Moses and the Monotheistic Religion" to be one of the main prose works of the 20th century.

Special knowledge is contained in the books of Kraft-Ebing, Baudelaire, Dante, and in addition to special subjects and disciplines in MSHIN MMU MMU there are courses addressing precisely this, not special knowledge. Their purpose is not always easy to formulate, but they correspond exactly to what Mahler wrote to Schoenberg.
Wednesday
There are very precise words of Gustav Mahler to Arnold Schoenberg about his students: “Make these people read Dostoevsky! This is more important than counterpoint. " But what could be more important than counterpoint for a musician? What did Mahler mean? What knowledge is contained in Dostoevsky's books and why is it more important?

Dostoevsky is a metaphor for a certain kind of knowledge. They are scattered across books, paintings, symphonies, films. They hide in the dark boxes of these works: in the novels of Dostoevsky, in the paintings of Grunewald, Holbein, Klee, in the sonatas of Schumann and in the films of Bunuel and Pasolini. The writer Elfrida Elinek considers Freud's book "The Man Moses and the Monotheistic Religion" to be one of the main prose works of the 20th century.

Special knowledge is contained in the books of Kraft-Ebing, Baudelaire, Dante, and in addition to special subjects and disciplines in MSHIN MMU MMU there are courses addressing precisely this, not special knowledge. Their purpose is not always easy to formulate, but they correspond exactly to what Mahler wrote to Schoenberg.
Crossroads
There are very precise words of Gustav Mahler to Arnold Schoenberg about his students: “Make these people read Dostoevsky! This is more important than counterpoint. " But what could be more important than counterpoint for a musician? What did Mahler mean? What knowledge is contained in Dostoevsky's books and why is it more important?

Dostoevsky is a metaphor for a certain kind of knowledge. They are scattered across books, paintings, symphonies, films. They hide in the dark boxes of these works: in the novels of Dostoevsky, in the paintings of Grunewald, Holbein, Klee, in the sonatas of Schumann and in the films of Bunuel and Pasolini. The writer Elfrida Elinek considers Freud's book "The Man Moses and the Monotheistic Religion" to be one of the main prose works of the 20th century.

Special knowledge is contained in the books of Kraft-Ebing, Baudelaire, Dante, and in addition to special subjects and disciplines in MSHIN MMU MMU there are courses addressing precisely this, not special knowledge. Their purpose is not always easy to formulate, but they correspond exactly to what Mahler wrote to Schoenberg.

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The Laboratory for Drama and Theatrical Practices focuses on theater, which has not yet existed. Usually, training courses are based on what is already practiced. In the process of learning, we will try to work out what will become the future of the theater.

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She teaches not only craft, she teaches "sight". To make a chair, you must first have a chair idea, to make a spear, you must first have a spear idea, to make a film, you must first have a movie idea. You cannot teach "to do" without teaching "to see."

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