Non-formal Learning Opportunities for Teens in Art Museums Today
What: The Symposium is free of charge. Registration is needed. Please sign up here.
When: Wednesday December 6, 2017, 14-17
Where: Henie Onstad Kunstsenter
Who: Gabrielle Wyrick (Associate Director of Education at ICA, Boston); Anne Maria Sollie (Youth Executive, Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam); Verena Winckelmann (Artist, Oslo); Thormod Rønning Kvam (Pianist and Managing Director of The Edvard Munch Ensemble, Norway), among others
Why: The team at Henie Onstad Kunstsenter conducted an analysis about talent programs for teens in art museums today.The concluding report will be launched on the website in Norwegian. For the occasion, we have invited international and national guests to discuss with us the issues raised when framing talent development within the context of museum learning programs. The symposium guests will tell us about their experience in learning departments with programs dedicated to teen creativity and show specific case studies. Followed by a panel discussion such questions will be posed:
What is the definition of talent in the visual arts field and how is talent recognized?
What does it mean to encourage young talent inside a museum and on which age range do programs have greater impact? How can the museum function as an educator of young talent and which programs have succeeded in this respect?
What is the state of young talent programs in the visual arts in Norway?
13:30-14:00 Registration and coffee
14:00-14:05 Welcome by Caroline Uglestad
14:05-14:15 Introduction by Ana María Bresciani
14:15-15:00 Presentation by Gabrielle Wyreck
15:00-15:15 Coffee break
15:15-16:30 10 minute presentations by Anne Maria Sollie, Verena Winckelmann, Thormod Rønning Kvam, followed by panel discussion with all participants moderated by Ana María Bresciani and Camilla Sune
16:30-17:00 Questions from the audience