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To See More - education project

To See More - education project

To See More - education project

The museum as a place for holding discussions and asking important questions, a place where ideas and solutions to various artistic problems are born.
The project is comprised of eight workshops designed for pupils of Lower Secondary School No. 46 at the Sports School Complex No. 2 in Krakow. Four-hour sessions are held once a month at different branches of the National Museum in Krakow.

Participants explore a variety of art disciplines, working in exhibition areas and permanent galleries. The sessions are led by Barbara Łepkowska, an experienced museum educator who is also the creator of the series.

Each workshop addresses a central artistic theme, which is elaborated in different ways. The key elements include active tours of the Museum rooms (the aim is to familiarize the students with the exhibition based on its main theme), use of worksheets, group and individual presentations and comments by the participants, discussions and creative activities in the education room or directly in the exhibition space. The workshop series is designed to develop theoretical and practical understanding of different arts (painting, sculpture, printmaking, photography, music, drama) by stages.

The longer, 4-hour sessions – a standard museum lesson lasts about 1.5 hours – allow more in-depth work with a piece (learning about the piece, consolidation of knowledge through verbal and non-verbal activities as well as individual experience and creation), while their cyclical nature helps to develop optimum methods of instruction.

The people involved in the project are:
  • Year 2 and 3 pupils of the Sports School Complex No. 2 in Krakow
  • Wioletta Michałek, MA – Polish teacher, form tutor, originator of the project
  • Barbara Łepkowska – art historian, museum educator, creator of the workshop series
  • Anna Grzelak – project coordinator
Schedule:

OCTOBER
Exercises in Looking
Gallery of 20th-Century Polish Art, Main Building

NOVEMBER
Analysis of a Work of Art
Gallery of 20th-Century Polish Art, Main Building

DECEMBER
Iconography, or to See and Understand More
The EUROPEUM Centre for European Culture

JANUARY
The Artist’s Technique as Exemplified by Works of the Young Poland Period 
The Józef Mehoffer House, Gallery of Decorative Art  (the Main Building)

FEBRUARY
Framing Reality
Galleries in the Main Building

MARCH
Listening to Art. Is It Possible to Give a Tour without Words?
Gallery of Polish Arms and Uniforms, Gallery of Decorative Art, Main Building

APRIL
Generation Gap
The Sukiennice - Gallery of 19th-Century Polish Art in the Sukiennice

MAY
Trends and Movements in 20th-Century Art
Gallery of 20th-Century Polish Art, the Main Building

SUMMARY – the education room and galleries in the Main Building

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