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PROGRAMME

Anciennes questions, nouvelles reponses: critères de qualité pour l'éducation muséale

Museum Mimara,
Roosveltov trg 5, Zagreb
Croatia
16 - 21 September 2011

Friday 16.09.2011.

10,00 -18,00 Board meeting

10,00 -13,00 Pre-conference Workshops- Museum Mimara
Georgia-Gina Koutsika, Imperial War Museum, UK: Evaluation: Getting Started

14,00 -17,00 Pre-conference Workshops – Ethnographic Museum, (Trg Mažuranića 14)
Susan Nichols, Smithsonian American Art Museum and Renwick Gallery, USA:
Art a la Carte, Our Hands-on Program for Families

13.00 -18.00 Registration – Museum Mimara

19.00
Welcoming cocktail offered by Mr Milan Bandić, Mayor of Zagreb
Palace Dverce, Katarinski trg 6

 

Saturday 17.09. 2011.

9.00 - 9.15  Welcoming remarks by organizers and dignitaries


PANEL  1 

9.15 - 10.30
Chair: Lidija Nikočević

Keynote paper:
Žarka Vujić & Darko Babić, University of Zagreb, Croatia
Education of museum pedagogues in Croatia: organisation and quality

John Stevenson, Group for Education in Museums, UK
Laying the foundations for heritage education training

Daniel Papuga, Ringve Museum, Norway
Philosophies of Interpretation

Discussion / Discussion / Debate

10.30 - 11,00 COFFEE BREAK / PAUSE CAFÉ / PAUSA DE CAFÉ


PANEL  2

11,00  - 12.30
Chair:
Giuseppe Pino Monaco

Caroline Lang, Victoria & Albert Museum, UK
Skills Sharing and Capacity Building

Milene Chiovato, Pinacoteca do estado de Sao Paolo, Brasil
Como involucrar todo el staff del museo en el rol educativo?

Kate Horbury, Royal Academy of Arts, UK
Artist Educator: Access Artist Educator

Gail Romano, Waikato Museum Te Whare Taonga o Waikato, New Zealand
Getting out from under the e-word

Stefani Coiffier & Francesca Romana Mongale, Université Paris Descartes, France:
Doubleapproche : lesenfantsparlentdumusée / lemuséeparledes enfants

Discussion / Discussion / Debate

12.30 - 14.00 LUNCH / DÉJUNER / ALMUERZO


PANEL 3

14.00  -   15.35 
Chair: Marie Bourke

Željka Miklošević, University of Zagreb, Croatia & Denis Detling, Museum of Slavonia, Osijek, Croatia
Learning about meaning making in museums

Elee Kirk, University of Leicester, UK
Speaking, Hearing and Translating One Hundred Languages in Museums

Kwang Sun Ahn, Museum Education Institute, Korea
Research on Development of Museum Education Evaluation Standards Focused on Gardner's Five Minds for the Future

Olga Baird, independent researcher, UK
“Hands-on” activities in an Art Gallery: How educational they are?

Discussion/ Discussion/ Debate

15.35  - 16.05             COFFEE BREAK/ PAUSE CAFÉ/ PAUSA DE CAFÉ

MARKET OF IDEAS
16.05  -   17.15 
Chair: Styliani Chryssoulaki

Leena Tornberg, University of Helsinki, Finland:
Museum education studies in multi-professional groups in Finland

Myriam Springuel, Science and Environment Council of Sarasota County, USA:
Setting new Standards in Museum Education Through Community Collaborations

Giuseppe Pino Monaco, Smithsonian Center for Education and Museum Studies, USA:
Developing a museum evaluation procedure through reflective practice

Marijan Čiz, Múzeum vo Sv. Antone, Slovakia :
Return to Nature - Old or New questions - Old Good Answers

Mirjana  Margetić, Etnografski muzej Istre, Croatia:
Goodwill is priceless

Leah Melber, Lincoln Park Zoo, USA:
Creating Young Researchers 

Mira Francetić Malčić, The Croatian Museum of Naive Art Croatia:
Educational Activities in the Croatian Museum of Naive Art

Andrea Rihter, Pelican Photo Museum, Slovenia:
Upcoming conference The Role of Children's museums in Times of Rapid Change

21.00 -22.00
Nocturnal tour of the Upper Town “Secrets of Grič” (optional)

 

Sunday, 18.09. 2011.

PANEL  4
9.00 - 10.30                   
Chair: Emma Nardi

Keynote paper
George Hein, Lesley University, USA:
Why museum educators?

Roser Juanola, Universitat de Girona/ICRPC, Spain
Territorios, Educación y Museos

Alice Semedo, University of Porto & Inês Ferreira, Camara Municipal Porto, Portugal
Researching practices: Challenges for the construction of the Museum Territories

Michel Allard, Université du Québec à Montréal, Canada
L'Éducation muséale a-t-elle un avenir?

Discussion/ Discussion/ Debate

10.30  -   11.00 COFFEE BREAK / PAUSE CAFÉ / PAUSA DE CAFÉ

PARALLEL PANELS: (panel 5 & panel 6)

PANEL 5 (Multimedia hall, ground floor. No translation from English)
11.00 - 12.30   
Chair: Josée Duhaime

K. Tierney Sneeringer, Smithsonian American Art Museum, USA: Serving locally grown: the Smithsonian American Art Museum´s experiment with going Local

Kadriye Tezcan-Akmehmet, Yildiz Technical University Istanbul, Turkey
How Do Museum Programs Achieve Parental Involvement?

Li Wang, Shaanxi History Museum, China
Challenges & Opportunities in Museum Development

Mette Boritz Petersen, The National Museum Copenhagen, Denmark
Flirt, philosophy and facebook

Discussion/ Discussion/ Debate

PANEL 6  (Big hall, 2nd floor. Simultaneous translation)
11.00 - 12.30
Chair: Colette Dufresne –Tassé

Antigone Mouchtouris, Laboratoire GEPECS Paris Descartes, France
La dynamique autant culturelle que pédagogique d'un itinéraire muséal

Eloisa Perez Santos & Luis Caballero, Universidad Complutense de Madrid, Spain
Evaluación, Planificación y Diseño de exposiciones: Evaluación previa, formativa y sumativa de la exposición Fascinados por Oriente

Olaia Fontal, Roser Calaf & Roser Juanola, Observatorio de educación patrimonial en España
Educación y museos. Análisis integral del estado de la educación patrimonial en España

Angela Garcia Blanco & Eloisa Perez Santos, Universidad Complutense de Madrid, Spain
El público visitante de los museos estatales españoles

Discussion / Discussion / Debate

12.30 - 14.00 LUNCH / DÉJUNER / ALMUERZO

PANEL  7
14.00 - 15.15            
Chair: Marie-Clarté O´Neill

Free De Backer, Vrije Universiteit Brussel, Belgium
Flirting with museum educational tools: combining the visitor and museum educator perspective

Brad Irvin, Natural History Museum London, UK
Quality Learning at the Natural History Museum in London

Ruben Smit, Reinwardt Academie, Netherlands
Measuring Generic Learning Outcomes in the Netherlands

Discussion/ Discussion/ Debate

15.15 - 15.45 COFFEE BREAK / PAUSE CAFÉ / PAUSA DE CAFÉ
15.45 - 16.45

PANEL DISCUSSION Standards and quality criteria: international perspective
Moderator: Daniel Papuga

Introduction: Berit Ljung, University of Stockholm, Sweden; 
Nicole Geshé, Université libre de Bruxelles & Royal Art Academy Brussels, Belgium;
Antje Kaysers,  Technoseum, Mannheim/ Bundesverband Museumspädagogik e.V., Germany;

Stephanié Wintzerith, Evaluation für Kultureinrichtungen, Germany;
Arja van Veldhuizen, Landschap Erfgoed Utrecht, Netherlands

17,00  Ethnographic museum (Trg Mažuranića 14)
Museum tour and cocktail

 

Monday, 19.9. 2011.
Study trip to Hrvatsko zagorje
Start: 8.30 in front of Museum Mimara

 

Tuesday, 20.09. 2011.
PANEL  8  (live streaming on the internet)
9.00 - 10.35
Chair: Arja van Veldhuizen

Emma Nardi, Universita Roma Tre, Italy
Ceca members: who they are, what they think

Colette Dufresne –Tassé, Université de Montréal, Canada
Analyse critique des textes normatifs sur les pratiques exemplaires (best practices) en éducation muséale et action culturelle

Marie-Clarte O´Neill, Ecole du Louvre- Institut national du patrimoine, France
Best practice in museum education and cultural action

Melissa De Vreede, Cultuurnetwerk Nederland, The Netherlands
A century  of museum education in the Netherlands: About passion and profession

Discussion/ Discussion/ Debate

10.35 - 11.05 COFFEE BREAK / PAUSE CAFÉ / PAUSA DE CAFÉ

PANEL 9 (live streaming on the internet)
11.05 - 12.35             
Chair: Nicole Gesché

Sonia Guarita do Amaral
Quality criteria for museum education

Samantha Cairns, Museums, Libraries and Archives Council, UK
Challenging History: delivering quality

Pieter De Bruijn, Erasmus University Rotterdam, The Netherlands
Challenging history: plurality of perspectives in museum education

Geerte Savenije, Erasmus University Rotterdam, The Netherlands
Learning about slavery heritage in a museum: negotiation and transformation of students' entrance narratives in multicultural classrooms

Discussion/ Discussion/ Debate

12.35 - 14.00 LUNCH / DÉJUNER / ALMUERZO

MARKET OF IDEAS (live streaming on the internet)
14.00 - 15.30
Chair: Lada Laura

Hanna Forsel, The National Museum of Finland: Museum and Social Inclusion: Should I be a museum worker or a social worker?

Elsa Bailey, Elsa Bailey Consulting, USA: Museum-University Collaboration: A Planning Resource

Mirja Ramsted Salonen, Pori Art Museum, Finland: ExperimentSPACE! - Pedagogical Process and Exhibition,

Ahmed Reza Sheiki, Iran Cultural Heritage, Handicrafts and Tourism Organisation, Iran: The Role of Archaeological Museums in the Distribution of Tourists

Suzan Rowe, Museum of Texas Tech University, USA: Links that Create, Motivate, and Strengthen

Jelena Hotko, The Croatian History Museum, Croatia: Interpreting History for Children: The Jelačić Legacy in the Croatian History Museum

Rakel Petursdottir, National Gallery of Iceland: Our eyes should train our hearts

Marie Bourke, National Gallery of Ireland: Art Packs: ideal museum activities for people in later life

Katarina Ivanišin Kardum, Marija Crnčević, Marijana Cukrov, Natural History museum Dubrovnik, Croatia: How Big was the Tuna in our Museum? – First Didactic Exhibition of Dubrovnik Natural History Museum

Michall Gyldendal, The Danish Museum of Science and Technology, Denmark: New media in museums education

Discussion/ Discussion/ Debate

15.30 - 16.00  COFFEE BREAK / PAUSE CAFÉ / PAUSA DE CAFÉ

POSTER SESSION (atrium)
16.00 – 17.00               

Cristiane Eugenia Amarante / Marilía Xavier Cury, Museu de Arqueologia e Etnologia da Universidade de Sao Paulo, Brasil: Reflejando sobre Musealización de la Arqueologia: un encuentro entre Público y Arqueologia en el Museo del Puerto de Santos

Lana Bede, City Museum Karlovac and Katarina Ivanišin Kardum, Natural History Museum Dubrovnik, Croatia: Return to the Ice Age?

Maria Josiane Vieira Luiz /Carlos Borges, Universidade Federal do Estado do Rio de Janeiro, Brasil: Museos, Universidad y Educación: el caso del Museu Arthur Ramos  (1958 – 1968)

Christine Brehm, Stadmuseum Erlangen, Germany: School Project: How pupils observe their own situation today

Renata Brezinščak, Croatian Natural Histroy Museum, Croatia:
Museum Workshop – Just Fun or a Way of Learning

Marija Crnčević, Katarina Ivanišin Kardum, Natural History Museum Dubrovnik, Croatia: Museum Education as a Tool about Natural Protected Values of the Dubrovnik Neretva  County

Marilia Xavier Cury, Museu de Arqueologia e Etnologia da Universidade de Sao Paulo, Brasil: Educación y método cooperativo en proceso expográfico en el  museo Histórico y  Pedagógico India Vanuíre

Yazid Jorge Guimar / Marília Xavier Cury, Museu de Arqueologia e Etnologia da Universidade de Sao Paulo, Brasil: Transformaciones y cambios en el Museo del Ceará: una mirada sobre la educación museal

Hazlini Harun, Bank Negara Malaysia Museum and Art Gallery, Malaysia: Education programme for Multiracial Society

Rosa Maria Hervás Avilés, Universidad de Murcia, Spain: Formación e Investigación en Educación y Museos. Patrimonio, Identidad y Medicaión Cultural 

Vesna Leiner, The Zagreb City Museum, Croatia: The Role of Museum in Democratisation of Society

Virgina Garde López, Ministerio de Cultura de Espana:
El Laboratorio permanente de Público de museos de Espagna

Metoda Kemperl & Rajka Bračun Sova, University of Ljubljana, Slovenia,: Towards Teaching and Researching Museum Pedagogy at Faculty of Education, University of Ljubljana

Leah  Melber, Lincoln Park Zoo, USA: Meeting Mission: Quality Programming to Support Public Understanding of Research

Simonida Miljković, Museum of Macedonia, the Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia:
„1+1 Life and Love through Macedonian History“

Susan Nicols, Smithsonian American Art Museum and Renwick Gallery, USA: Museum Education Program, 1974-2011 at The George Washington University

Elena Tiburcio Sánchez, Universidad de Murcia, Spain: Aprender arte contemporáneo en el museo

Ileana Tozzi, Musée Diocésain Rieti, Italy: Au-delà du Musée

Anni Venäläinen, Pori Art Museum, Finland: Open Museum – A developing learning environment for adults

Carlos Beltrao do Valle / Marília Xavier Cury, Universidad de Sao Paulo, Brasil: Memorial de la Resistencia: Patrimonialización y musealización de un lugar de memoria

Malina Zuccon Martić, Museum of Arts and Craft, Croatia:  Singing Murtić

Ellen Snoep, The Netherlands Institute for Heritage, The Netherlands: Quality criteria for heritage education

20.00 Gala dinner
Hotel Westin, Izidora Kršnjavog1 (17th floor)

Wednesday, 21.09.

PANEL  10
9.00 - 10.30            
Chair: Stephanié Wintzerith

Janine  Sprünker  & Gloria Munilla, Universitat Oberta de Catalunya, Spain
Educación patrimonial de calidad para promover un aprendizaje a lo largo de la vida

Cherry Thian / Karen Chin, Asian Civilisations Museum, Singapore
Edutaining the gen Y at museum

Hana Gottesdiner, Université Paris Ouest, France
Les usages des audioguides de musées

Sara Perez Lopez, Universidad de Valladolid, Spain
Procesos perceptivos en la educación museal. Estudio del colectivo sordo y su posible aplicación en contexto de oyentes

Discussion / Discussion / Debate

FREE PRESENTATIONS 
Cristiane Eugenia Amarante, Museu de Arqueologia e Etnol ogia da Universidad de Sao Paulo / Marilía Xavier Cury, Universidade de Sao Paulo, Brasil: Reflejan do sobre Musealización de la Arqueologia: un encuentro entre Público y Arqueologia en el Museo del Puerto de Santos

Lana Bede, City Museum Karlovac, Croatia
The Touch of Idols

Milica Đilas, Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art, Croatia: The intersection : Dance, Music and the MMSU Collection

Litza Juhasz, Museum of Fine Arts, Hungary: Not Just an Optical Illusion – Interacitve Gallery Spaces

Marcela Lukacova, Slovak National Gallery, Slovakia: Further Education of Museum Educators

Snežana Mišić & Aleksandra Stefanov, From enthusiastic ideas to the realization of high quality programmes – Educational Activities in the Gallery of Matica Srpska

Clauderlene Tan, Temasek Polytechnic, Singapore: The Search for ‘The Medici Effect’ – A Singapore Story

Cristiane Eugenia Amarante, Museu de Arqueologia e Etnologia da Universidad de Sao Paulo / Marilía Xavier Cury, Universidade de Sao Paulo, Brasil: O Público y a Arqueologia Marítima

10.30 - 11.00 COFFEE BREAK/ PAUSE CAFÉ/ PAUSA DE CAFÉ

11.00 - 12.00 BOOK PRESENTATIONS

12.00 - 13.00 CECA ASSEMBLY
13.00
Official closing
Lunch

14,00 -17,00   Board meeting

World theatre festival (optional)
19.00 Theatre ZKM  „OPENING NIGHT“
TONEELGROEP, Amsterdam

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