Rosa Pons

Rosa Pons-Cerdà is at the moment involved in a research on subliminal image-messages, and in exploring the qualities of blended learning for decolonizing courses. To give back what she has learned, she brings her experience into workshops and learning methods within the frame of intersectionality. Her work craves for communicating and educating to promote civic responsibility. Director of documentaries for social justice and archiving peoples memories (TV3, TVE2, Via Digital, Canal+, Radio Televisao Portuguesa); curator of DobleClick, a European Student’s Film Festival organized without hierarchies, where students were giving workshops about their practices and experimentation (2010-2015) ; lecturer at Universitat de Vic, Barcelona (2005-2016), researcher in academic innovation groups (CIFE-GI and AQUID, 2009-2013). Her studies cover a range of disciplines: graduate in Philology (UAB, 1994), in Media (EMAV, 1995), postgraduate in Actor’s Direction (URL, 2002), master in Writing for Cinema and Television (URL, 2008), all in Barcelona; and “updated” in Design and Development of Games for Learning (Edx, 2016).

Lenno Verhoog

In professional context Lenno Verhoog is a designer, educator and advisor. He now holds a position at the ministery of Justice as senior advisor on Knowledge and strategic matters. Previously working as a course leader at the Image & Media Technology department of University of the Arts, Utrecht, he actively contributed to the education of ‘reflective practitioners’ and of ‘designerly ways of thinking’ with a special focus on creative processes and visual literacy.
An applied arts studies (Ba); was at the base of his carreer as media designer at V2_lab, where he contributed to a wide range of projects on data visualisation; interactive installations; online applications; and the Dutch Electronic Art Festival (DEAF). In 2016 he successfully finished the master Education in Arts (MEd) with a practice-based research project on Playful Learning Experiences.