Art has the unique capacity to reach and move people. The project named Kännbart (“Feel it”) explores how we can communicate without sight or hearing, through production of a contemporary art exhibition using new techniques and approaches, to enable the deafblind, the deaf and the partially sighted to experience the exhibition.
How many different identities can a small community like Timrå create, house and allow? Elisabeth Oxelhöjd reports from an arm-in-arm visit to the Children’s Museums Association’s conference in Indianapolis, and reflects on how the home community influences children’s construction of their own identity.
Does your collection sometimes seem to limit the stories you can tell? Is the permanent exhibition a bit out of date? Exhibitions producer Clara Åhlvik inspires us with her simple regeneration method, “A Different Story”
The Tel Aviv Museum of Art brings together Jewish and Arabic children in a society characterised by segregation. SPANA! has visited the Museum and reports on an impressive educational programme to bridge fear, hate and prejudice – which definitely could be used in Sweden.