Seminar Art and Self-directed Learning in Visby
The Director General of Swedish Travelling Exhibitions, Martina Kaplan, welcomes participants
The day's focus and programme
Louise Andersson, head of education and global perspectives at Swedish Travelling Exhibitions.
Swedish policy for the arts [.pps 2.759 KB]
A short introduction by Göran Björnberg, head of touring and pedagogical department.
Business enterprise as a method for enabling youngsters to do what they want
Jytte Rüdiger from Astrid Lindgrens Hembygd and Ung Kultur Möts, will lead a session focusing on culture and business enterprise as a method for getting young people to do what they find important.
Discussions of business enterprise as method
In what ways can art institutions and organizations relate to this method? Process leader: Lisa Lundström, tour production manager at Swedish Travelling Exhibitions.
Breaking and Entering or By Invitation Only? - Befriending the art world as a young professional
Maria Dahlström from Uppsala Samtidskonst talks about Flukta - a network for young art societies - and discusses how institutions and young people can collaborate productively and creatively.
4U & Co: Young co-producers
Swedish Travelling Exhibitions talks about working with young people in producing exhibitions. Mathias Strömer, exhibition producer, Armin Scholler, tour producer and Lina Ahtola, project coordinator.
Workshop dealing with how art institutions work with young people's self-directed learning
Process leader Lisa Lundström, tour producer.