"Pre-conference workshops are organised just before the annual CECA-conference, offering members the opportunity to profit from expertise of CECA colleagues. The workshop themes are matching with the theme of the annual conference.
Pre-Conference workshops are offered free of charge (small fee may be asked to cover costs for drinks) in English and Spanish on Sunday July 3., 2016. Each workshop is held twice. Maximum 25 participants per workshop, registration is required. More details will be sent later to the participants.
Location: Museo Nazionale della Scienza e della Tecnologia “Leonardo da Vinci” – via San Vittore 21
10.00 – 13.00 / Workshop A in Spanish / title: El paisaje cultural como estrategia didáctica para el reconocimiento "del otro" / by Jorge Albuja, CECA Ecuador
10.00 - 13.00 / Workshop B in English / title: Story-lines connecting memory-scapes and museums; from best practice to next practice / by Frederike van Ouwerkerk, NHTV Breda University of Applied Sciences, Netherlands
14.00 – 17.00 / Workshop A in English / title: The cultural landscape as a didactic strategy for the recognition of "the other" / by Jorge Albuja, CECA Ecuador
14.00 – 17.00 / Workshop B in English / title: Story-lines connecting memory-scapes and museums; from best practice to next practice / by Frederike van Ouwerkerk, NHTV Breda University of Applied Sciences, Netherlands
Please complete the workshop registration form by June 20, 2016
More about workshop A
The workshop proposes the implementation of the Living Lab methodology for the purpose of checking the landscape as an expression that changes with migration and human displacement in the cities, in order to detect a common problem among participants in their role as citizens and educators in museums.
More about workshop B
In this workshop we’ll explore ways to dive in the history of a landscape in order to find stories illustrating the uniqueness of a place, also called the DNA or identity of the place.These stories will be used to develop story-lines as a connecting thread between places belonging to this story and museums having artefacts related to the story in their collection. By using edutainment techniques the story and unique selling points of the place will become visible and tangible for a large audience, both visitors and inhabitants of the place. This accomplishes a unique experience for visitors and proud by the inhabitants. In this workshop we are working with real cases and you will explore how to learn from them for your own museum situation. So indeed you’ll be going from best practice to next practice
Pre-Conference Workshop Reports
- The presentations and reports are in English
Note; The presentations are presented here with the permission of the experts, that's why not all presentations are available.