Victoria Hamberger | © Elsa Okazaki


Victoria Hamberger

Univ.-Ass. for didactics / design: technology. textilesDepartment Fine Arts & Design
Victoria Hamberger is a teacher and university assistant professor in didactics for the subject Design: Technology. Textiles. In her research, she combines her interest in creative processes from school practice with empirical studies. Her concern is to scientifically record creative actions and make them usable for didactics, thus sharpening the view of the subject's potential for creativity research.
From 2011, Victoria Hamberger studied art education and arts and crafts education at the Mozarteum University, graduating in 2016 with distinction. From 2014 to 2018, as the ÖH culture officer, she was in charge of the exhibitions in the DAS ZIMMER gallery in the Mozarteum University and initiated the ÖH Designpreis 2017 for the first time. 
From 2016 to 2017 she taught at the Bundesgymnasium Seekirchen am Wallersee and at the Musisches Gymnasium in Salzburg. Since 2018 she has been a teacher for the subjects art and crafts at a secondary school in the Berchtesgadener Land in Bavaria. She has been a university assistant at the Mozarteum University since 2017 in the area of didactics design: technology. Textile active. In her doctoral thesis, she explores the connections between video tutorials and the initiation of creative processes
Creativity research, material culture, learning with video tutorials
2015 grant from the Austrian Federal Ministry of Science and Research for the implementation of the diploma thesis "How contemporary am I? - feminist art theories and postcolonialism in current exhibitions” 2021 Bavarian Ministry of Education: Outstanding projects in the artistic field
Contact person for the university entrance qualification exam and the school internships BW B 4 and BW B 5