Today museums are platforms for education and development. It makes us look for new, unconventional forms of interaction with visitors, including children. How can quietness and magnificence of museum work be aligned with restless and noisy lives of young visitors? How can a museum find the balance between conservation of generally valid values, educational activities and entertainment? Is it possible to teach children to enjoy their contact with the museum?
A Small but Important Visitor of the Museum
16:15 — 18:00
Yaroslavl State Historical and Architectural and Art Museum-Reserve Bogoyavlenskaya sq., 25, Yaroslavl
Lev LetyaginChairman, Department of Ethics and Aesthetics, Herzen RSPU, head of the Master's program in "Aesthetic Expert Assessment and Museum Criticism". Russia
Ira DvoretskayaDirector of the Children`s Center of the Jewish Museum and Tolerance Center. Russia