HOW CAN MUSEUMS AND GALLERIES REACH YOUNG AUDIENCES
AND MAKE THEM EMBRACE EMPATHY?

CHANGE THE WAY MUSEUMS WORK

Shake up their ordinary business. Have them interact with young audiences. Make young visitors part of their collections.

SPEAK DARINGLY

Focus on the emerging global topics. Choose artworks related to migration in NATIONAL GALLERIES and MUSEUMS. SHOW that migrations are not a new phenomenon. Bring to life historical issues within the present migration situation. Culture and art have the power to expose what is happening around us.

GO VIRAL

Engage young audiences. Create a virtual collection of their reflections of the World around them.

CONNECT THEM

Make them EMBRACE EMPATHY

NEWS

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PRESENTATION OF THE HEARME WORKSHOPS AT THE FACULTY OF EDUCATION IN LJUBLJANA 11 AND 14 APRIL 2017"

In April, we presented the HearMe workshops at the National Gallery of Slovenia to two groups of students from the Faculty of Education. The first group consisted of art teachers in the making. Current and future cooperation with the department is of great importance for development of new museum programmes, relevant also to art education in schools. Second group consisted of international students from the museum education department, who were particularly interested in new and innovative methods of art interpretation. We presented the new teaching methods to both groups and explained the introduction and adaptation of the BrickMe methodology to museum environment. The overall experience and knowledge exchange was important for open and successful future collaboration between museums and educational institutions..

 

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Workshop "Program Creative Europe: from idea to application"

On the 8th of March at Novi Sad Fair, the Desk of Creative Europe Serbia organized a workshop "Program Creative Europe: from idea to application" and invited the Gallery of Matica srpska to present the successful story about the HearMe project. We shared our experience on the application and realization of the project with the desire to encourage other cultural professionals to apply for the Creative Europe program.