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Art and Practice

The education of multipliers, of young people who will teach children and other young people in the future, is of pivotal importance. The possibility to influence the course of the world through this practice and to be able to pass on information to children and young people attains the highest relevance in respect to artistic, ethical, philosophical, practical, political and ecological consequences.

In this sense Art and Practice at the institute for art and education is the basis for the four subjects of the teacher education program and acts in an interdisciplinary manner. The 'better' teachers are always those who have delved deeply into their subject matter and can communicate their own experiences in the field. By supporting free creative expression of the students it is possible for them to establish themselves better at school, in the art world or in new environments – through their personality, their differentiated stance and the artistic practice and knowledge.

The focus in Art and Practice is on:
Art and context – art and public space – remembrance-culture – site-specific art – art and display
By working in a communicative and a context- and site-specific manner the artistic work of the students is communicated and realized. By working on concrete projects the competence in research, analysis, production, artistic technique,  material usage and communication are learned and practised.



Univ.-Prof. Mag.art. Hubert Lobnig hubert.lobnig@kunstuni-linz.at  M: +43 676 84 7898 345

MMag. Moritz Matschke, PhD
M: +43 (0) 676 847898 373


University of Art and Design Linz
Department Artwork Practice 
Hauptplatz 8
4020 Linz | Austria

Institute Office

Mag.phil. Eva-Maria Unterweger 
T: +43 (0)732 7898 2464 
M: +43 (0)676 84 7898 382

Margit Maria Anna Erber, MA 
T: +43 (0)732 7898 2377 
M: +43 (0)676 84 7898 377


Office hours 
Mon to Fri: 9 to 12 a.m

Kunstuniversität Linz
Institute of Art and Design
Hauptplatz 8, 2nd floor, HP80230
4020 Linz | Austria