The discourse programme of lab.Bode invites the public to take part in regular evening events and workshops, in which current issues in the practice of museum education as well as research-based methods and perspectives are negotiated and discussed.
The six series of discussions that have taken place so far were dedicated to different topics in the field of art education: spaces, participation, dissent, vision, dialogue and collaboration.
How to design spaces for museum education? What participatory approaches are used in art museums? What is the role of art education in a changing society? What existing museum concepts entail future-oriented strategies for a stronger collaboration between the different responsibilities of a museum? Can a museum serve as a space for social discourse? What could a (radically) democratic institution look like? And how can museums and the local public can work together?
With Set #9: What remains?, lab.Bode’s ninth series of events is dedicated to questions about whether the project has strengthened art education and how the gained experiences and insights can be systematised and made accessible to other cultural institutions. You are cordially invited to three public lectures for teachers, artists, art educators and curators to discuss with us what requirements are necessary to develop art education in museums and what impulses the initiative of lab.Bode can provide.
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