Tag: Educational Programme
Workshop: “Queer+Crip” by Jemina Lindholm and Kaura Raudaskoski
Group of Finnish mediators participated in “Queer+Crip” workshop and discussion at the Finnish Museum of Photography
Swedish local camp
For the Swedish local camp, the participants went on a journey by rented boat to an island in Stockholm Archipelago
Estonian local camp
Estonian camp took place in Haapsalu, a resort town with a rich cultural heritage. Employees and volunteers of the Russian Museum in Tallinn became the participants of the local camp.
Latvian local camp
Latvian local camp/ International Summer School “Art Mediation as Conversation” took place on August 5th-9th in Kuldīga, Latvia
Finnish local camp
For the location of the Finnish camp, we chose Noormarkku Works / Ahlströmin ruukit – an amazing place that is by itself worth a visit. Adding to the history of the place, we brought our own meanings and questions there.
Workshop: “Critical documentation: How to look at the past and not re-produce the future” by Emmeli Person
Visiting images in their internalized immaterial form, we try to identify visual patterns in the way education is presented to carry “good” values.
Four-days local camps
Camp is designed as a part of the educational program. As opposed to the educational course, it is more practice-oriented.
Lecture by the artist Anna Priedola "Food as a medium of art and communication"
In the lecture, the artist introduces her artistic practice and examples from the work of other 20th and 21st-century artists, examining the way in which making and consuming food together as well as re-examining boundaries related to food can challenge viewpoints that don’t fit our current needs, spark a discussion and change attitudes towards different environmental and social problems.
Workshop: Mediation methods at Kumu Art Museum
The workshop focuses on learning the mediation methods used at Kumu Art Museum.
Expert meeting: Marie-Louise Richards
Marie-Louise Richards is an architect (M.Arch), teacher and researcher. She teaches the independent course Decolonizing Architecture in the field of architecture and critical studies.