Cultural Mediation & Storytelling in Museums - using theatre
Cultural Mediation & Storytelling in Museums - using video
Cultural Mediation & Storytelling in Museums - using digital technologies

Cultural Mediation & Storytelling in Museums
using theatre, video and digital technologies


What?

Cultural Mediation & Storytelling in Museums - using theatre, video and digital technologies
is a practical training course for adults working in the cultural field in any stage of their career.
This five-day training course gives an in-depth approach on different manners of informal education and effective communication with the various types of museum audiences and their specific needs by the use of theatre techniques, videos, mobile Apps and other new technologies.
The training course is published in the Comenius - Grundtvig Training Database with the reference number IT-2014-1063-001.

Why?
This training gives the participants the opportunity to develop and improve their professional competences, knowledge and skills, to improve the way to perform their current or future job, by providing them the theory, tools, practical experience and methodologies to apply in their professional career in the cultural field. The training course is also an excellent opportunity for inter-cultural peer-learning, to exchange knowledge and experiences between participants from different countries and professional backgrounds.

Where?
Termini Imerese, Italy

When?
Five days: from Tuesday 8 April - Saturday 12 April 2014

What does it cost?
EU-citizens can apply for a European grant to cover:
- the course fee of € 650
- travel, accommodation and subsistence costs.

How to apply?
See the How to Apply page of this website and download the pre-registration form.
NB. The application deadline for European grants is 17 september 2013!