Tag: Educational Programme
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.
Workshop and discussion: "Update" by Tatiana Solovieva and Anastasia Artemeva
How sharing of the personal experience can illustrate different points of view, change mind-sets, and inspire action.
Art therapy methods in museums
Art therapy in museums is a way to improve societal health and foster social inclusion of different groups of people.
Educational podcast episode with Armando Perla
The episode will explore how decolonization can be a tool for making space for the historically excluded voices.
Anna Žabicka's lecture "Aging, memory and personality"
In her lecture, Anna talked about the connection and importance of memory and personality in old age, as well as what happens when the flow of memory is disturbed.
Lecture with Didem Yıldırım Boström
Didem Yıldırım Boström is a researcher and exhibition producer from Ankara, Turkey. Didem’s current artistic research focuses on the heritage, memory, and ruins of the medieval Armenian city of Ani located in Eastern Turkey, which has recently become a UNESCO World Heritage site.