Stories about history: narration through objects
“Even the smallest object can tell a big story,” wrote a young Syrian refugee in a message in the Jewish Museum Vienna’s education program.
In this event, Hannah Landsmann explains the special features of the Jewish Museum Vienna program to teachers, culture communicators, and anyone else directly or indirectly connected with refugee groups. The objects in the showcases become conversation partners, because they speak in different ways to everyone, provoke an emotional response, and prompt consideration of space and time, past and present, the individual and the world around. The methods and approaches will be presented using specific examples from the Museum’s education and communication repertoire. There will be discussion of the way they can be used in the classroom, homes, or refugee shelters and how they objects can interact with all museum visitors.
An event for teachers, communicators, and others, in cooperation with erinnern.at.
Advance booking requested: tel. +43 535 0431-130, 131 or e-mail: email@example.com
Free admission for teachers
Participation in the guided tour is free for visitors with a valid admission ticket.