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25 - 27 January 2017 - Workshop

Invitation to Museum Education Workshops

As part of the EU-funded project HearMe

The National Gallery of Slovenia is leading an EU-funded project HearMe, which aims to bridge the gap between museums and young people aged 14-19. With the help of our international partners (Kunsthistorisches Museum Wien, Austria, Gallery of Matica Srpska, Serbia, and Social Institute for Social Entrepreneurship, Spain), we are developing an innovative method to approach fine arts to young people in secondary schools. To that end, we are merging different methodologies, like business method BrickMe, Open Art Discussion, and LEGO Serious Play into a new HearMe methodology (see our web resources below).

In order to let more museums learn the method, we are organizing a free workshop in Ljubljana, from 25 to 27 January 2017 (three days, c. 9am to 5pm). We kindly invite members of museum education departments to attend. For all participants the National Gallery of Slovenia will arrange refreshments, lunch, and dinner. You can apply on this e-mail address: dejavnosti@ng-slo.si

Museums that would join us would sign an Associate Partner Agreement, which carries no legal or financial obligations, but surmises that you would like to incorporate the lessons of the methodology/workshop into your education programme and send us feedback, advice, opinions, etc.

English will be the working language of the workshops. Detail programme and preparation notes will be sent in advance. Upon completing the three-day training, you would also receive a completed workshop certificate.

Welcome!

Web resources of the project:
http://projecthearme.org/
https://www.facebook.com/projecthearme  

Additional information:
Curators natasa_braunsberger@ng-slo.si and michel_mohor@ng-slo.si

The European Commission support for the production of this communication does not constitute an endorsement of the contents which reflects the views only of the authors, and the Commission cannot be held responsi­ble for any use which may be made of the information contained therein.