Session 4: Digital Learning & beyond

Following the digital turn in society, digital learning, gamification and changed expectations of our audiences have shaped and transformed our field of work.

How can digital learning be used as a tool to design exhibitions and educational programs for children? How can well-known educational concepts be modified and adapted to fit new needs? Check out innovative ideas and trends in this two-part best practice session dedicated to showcase new, avant-garde formats and methods of cultural education.


Speakers Part I:

Benedikt Hochwartner
Mumok- Museum of Modern Art Vienna| AUSTRIA


Jane Winchell
PEM Peabody Essex Museum | USA


Laura Kathrein
Independent Artist |USA

Christiane Thenius
ZOOM Children’s Museum Vienna | AUSTRIA


Hanne Marckmann
Museum Bojmans van Beuningen | THE NETHERLANDS


Anna Codazzi
Explora The Children’s Museum of Rome |ITALY

Barbara Dierksen
DFF- Deutsches Filminstitut & Filmmuseum| GERMANY

Martine Blijdorp
Museum Bojmans van Beuningen | THE NETHERLANDS


Anna Zembala
Catholic University of Applied Sciences of North Rhine – Westphalia | GERMANY

Hannah Schreier
DFF- Deutsches Filminstitut & Filmmuseum| GERMANY

Juliana Joó
Budapest Museum of Applied Arts  |HUNGARY

Speakers Part II:

Maren Krumdieck
Science Museum Group| GREAT BRITAIN


Anna Zajda
Royal Łazienki Museum |POLAND

Frantz Lucien Jr.
Intrepid Sea, Air and Space Museum | USA

Irma de Vries
Rijksmuseum Amsterdam| THE NETHERLANDS

Stefanie Sfingopoulos
Teseum city of tongeren |BELGIUM


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