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Peter Sinapius

Ottersberg HKS Hochschule für Künste im Sozialen Kongress 'Artistic Research in Applied Arts' Theater der Versammlung 'Klick' und Diskussion Jonathan Isserow, University of Roehampton, UK Jonathan is a state registered art therapist who has worked extensively within child, adolescent and family psychiatry. He has an MA in Psychoanalytic Observational Studies from the Tavistock Clinic and is currently a PhD candidate at UCL. He is the Programme Convenor for the MA Art Psychotherapy training at University of Roehampton, London Dr. Alice Lagaay, University of Bremen, Germany Dr. Alice Lagaay is a researcher and lecturer at the Philosophy Department of University Bremen. The main focus of her research to date has been the philosophy of voice, silence, notions of »negative performance« (not-doing, passivity) and the relation between performance and philosophy. She is a founding convenor of the international online network Performance Philosophy (www.performancephilosophy.ning.com) and co-editor of the new “Performance Philosophy” book series to be launched later this year by Palgrave Macmillan. Dr. Gabriele Schmid, HKS Ottersberg Gabriele Schmid is Professor for Aesthetic Education at the University of Applied Sciences and Arts Ottersberg since 2007. She studied Fine Arts, Art Education and Art History at the University of the Arts Berlin. She was Assistant Professor for media pedagogic and cultural journalism at the University of the Arts, Berlin. Dissertation about Illusionary Rooms in 1999. She was Professor for Art Education at Carl von Ossietzky University Oldenburg from 2004- 2007. Performing Arts in Society; International Artistic Research and Cultural Intervention. Dr. Margaret Hills de Zárate, UK Marking Time: The Madeleine, the Memento and the accidental Monument Margaret Hills de Zárate draws on art psychotherapy work undertaken with displaced and refugee populations. Michael Dörner, HKS Ottersberg Michael Dörner studied Fine Arts at the University of Arts (HfbK) Hamburg. He got the grant from “Studienstiftung des deutschen Volkes”, the New York Foreign Grant of Studienstiftung and the Hamburg Artist Working Grant. He was honored with the Piepenbrock Young Talent Award '94 for sculpture and with the Edwin-Scharff Award of the City Hamburg. Since 2008 he is Professor for Fine Art at the University of Applied Sciences and Arts Ottersberg. He is represented with sculptures and installations in public space and collections and his works have been showed in national and international one-man and group shows. Jörg Holkenbrink, University Bremen, Germany. Director of the Center for Performance Studies and the Theater of Assembly between education, science and arts. Han Kurstjens MA, NL Psycho-Logica or Psych-Aesthetica? Thoughts about arts based research from out Phenomenological and Morphological concepts Han Kurtjen’s approach will be from phenomenological and morphological concepts on arts. The paper will discuss the basic position on arts in art therapy and the consequences on art therapy research.

Vita

geb. am 29.11.1955
verheiratet mit Maria Sinapius

1976 – 1979 Ausbildung zum Fernmeldehandwerker
1979 – 1982 tätig als Fernmeldehandwerker
1982 – 1984 Technikerausbildung, Fachhochschulreife
1984 – 1991 Studium der Malerei an der Hochschule für bildende Künste (HbK) Kassel und dem San Francisco Art Institute / Stipendiat der Hans-Böckler-Stiftung
1991 – 1992 Studium der Kunsttherapie an der Heilpädagogischen Fakultät der Universität zu Köln
1992 – 1993 Kunsttherapeut am Gemeinschaftskrankenhaus Witten/Herdecke
1993 – 2003 Künstlerische und kunsttherapeutische Praxis in Wiesbaden; Schwerpunkt: Kunsttherapie mit Kindern und Jugendlichen/ künstlerische Projekte im öffentlichen Raum
1999 – 2003 Honorardozent an der FH Ottersberg
2003 – 2012 Professor für Kunsttherapie und Malerei an der Fachhochschule Ottersberg/ Leitung des Studiengangs “Kunsttherapie”.
2005 – 2012 Leiter des Instituts für Kunsttherapie und Forschung der Fachhochschule Ottersberg
2007 – 2011 Advanced Graduate Studies in Expressive Arts: Therapy, Education and Consulting/ European Graduate School (EGS) | Promotion zum Thema: “Ästhetik therapeutischer Beziehungen – Therapie als ästhetische Praxis”
Seit 2012 Mitglied der Fakultät Arts, Health and Society der European Graduate School (EGS)
2013 – 2018 Leitung des Studiengangs “Expressive Arts in Social Transformation (EAST)” (Department Kunst, Gesundheit und Gesellschaft der MSH Medical School Hamburg)
2012 – 2021 Professor für Intermediale Kunsttherapie an der MSH Medical School Hamburg

Schwerpunkte der wissenschaftlichen Tätigkeit
  • Künstlerische Praxis in sozialen Kontexten
  • Philosophie der Künstlerischen Therapien
  • Therapie als ästhetische Praxis
  • Kunsttherapie in Copingprozessen
  • Künstlerische Didaktik