Eksperimenta! Disruption of Economy haridusprogramm
“Products For Every Occasion 1”
For the younger and middle level of lower secondary school: design and inventing, recycling, brand
FOCUS: thinking like a designer when designing an object, inventiveness, an artwork as a product
VOCABULARY: design, thinking like a designer
GENERAL EDUCATIONAL OUTCOMES: social capacity, communication capacity, entrepreneurship
We will study the process of creating products and reflect on the function of objects around us. How many items of different purpose do we use every day, and for which ones of these we could find a new, clever use?
“Products For Every Occasion 2”
For the higher level of lower secondary school and upper secondary school: design, disruption, brand, metaphor and storytelling
FOCUS: designing a brand and the involvement of the user, an artwork as a product
VOCABULARY: brand, design process
GENERAL EDUCATIONAL OUTCOMES: values capacity, communication capacity, entrepreneurship
Objects often tell us a story about the life and habits of its users or the time of their origin. We will study the process of creating objects and brands, look into the past and future and reflect on the functions of objects around us.
For the higher level of lower secondary school and upper secondary school: contemporary art, curating
FOCUS: connections between artworks
VOCABULARY: contemporary art, curating
GENERAL EDUCATIONAL OUTCOMES: social capacity, communication capacity
How to understand and interpret art? We will open the process of analysing artworks and offer participants an opportunity to re-curate the Eksperimenta! exhibition based on its theme and create a new exhibition project according to their own concept.
For the higher level of lower secondary school and upper secondary school: contemporary art, analysis of artworks
FOCUS: choices in the art making process
VOCABULARY: contemporary art, analysis of an artwork
GENERAL EDUCATIONAL OUTCOMES: social capacity, communication capacity, capacity to learn
Is less really more? How to visualise an idea? The creation of an artwork as well as an exhibition is a constant decision-making process. “What”, “why” and “how” are the questions that the young artists participating at the triennial have had to answer. We will take time to view their works, create personal associations, study the background information, come to conclusions and take another look.
25 –27 October
11.00–13.00 for upper middle school and senior secondary school
NB! 25–27 October
15.00–17.00 for economics and art teachers
Three days and three programmes at the exhibition Eksperimenta!. Look, analyse, curate, design, integrate. Find inspiring connections between different fields. The relationship between art and economics is exciting.
A guided tour is the simplest form of educational programme. It is meant for everyone who wants to know more about the exhibition. Our programme manager introduces the ideas behind the exhibition and visitors can ask questions. It is an exciting way to find out more about art. Do not hesitate to register and book a guided tour for whenever is convenient for you. We give these tours for groups of at least four people. In addition to the tours that can be booked here, there are also regular open tours. For more information, see our programme.