Šárka Zahálková is a curator, cultural manager and artist, at that time at the Fulbright – Masaryk scholarship in New York, USA. She is primarily interested in the topic of art in relation to public space, whether in physical or figurative terms. She is a co-founder and member of the Offcity Association and since February 2018 she has been the Program Director of the Pardubice City Gallery. Since 2019 she studies PhD program — Visual Arts — on Academy of Fine Arts in Prague.
Sound as a Way to a Memory
Listening as an important part of upbringing and education. Sound activism. I would like to introduce how conscious listening and field recording can be used in educational processes both with youngsters and adults or elderlies. I will present on different examples how sound education can work as a tool to reveal hidden memories, to open dialogue on certain topics related to issues of public and social space.