Tłumacz Migam - Międzynarodowe Centrum Kultury
An exhibition with class! Gallery lessons for school groups
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The International Cultural Centre invites pre-schoolers, primary and secondary school students to special gallery lessons. We adjust all classes to the needs of particular age groups and the teacher's suggestions. We conduct lessons in Polish, English, French and Ukrainian.

 

The subject matter of the educational activities corresponds to the core curriculum, taking into account the changes related to the current reform of the education system, as well as supplementing and extending the information it contains. We adapt the classes to the age of the participants.


What is a gallery lesson?

 

The gallery lesson consists of two parts:

• active guided tour of the exhibition, during which the participants work together to understand the content and contexts of the exhibition;

• creative activities, which include solving an educational path or task cards, group work or art workshops.

 

Can I take my students to the ICC gallery class?


From January on the lessons take place on the “Travelling Images. Małgorzata Mirga-Tas” exhibition.

Kindergarten

Thanks to gallery lessons, children from kindergartens discover the world of museums and art galleries, and above all, through play and art workshops, they discover mysterious words corresponding to the theme of the exhibitions.

Core curriculum: supporting children’s activity, increasing the level of sensory integration and the ability to use the developing cognitive processes; strengthening children’s sense of individuality, originality and the needs of creating personal relationships and participation in the group; developing children’s sensitivity.

Primary school

Core curriculum: developing key competences (creativity, innovation and entrepreneurship, skills of critical and logical thinking, reasoning, arguing and drawing conclusions); introducing students to the world of values; developing the sense of individual, cultural, national, and regional identity; supporting cultural education, art appreciation and the need to co-create it in the scope appropriate to the child's development stage; work with compulsory subjects: Polish, geography, knowledge of culture / art.


Secondary school

Core curriculum: shaping the competence of students as audience of culture; discussion, argumentation, creative activity with the use of various media; cooperation in a team; developing personal interests; shaping a hierarchy of values based on works of culture; learning about the national and global heritage; history of art and culture, periodization of history, features of the period; work with compulsory subjects: history, Polish language, knowledge of culture, geography, history, civics.


How to book a gallery lesson?

Please contact us by e-mail (warsztaty@mck.krakow.pl) at least one week before the planned classes. We organise gallery lessons only when there is an exhibition on show. Classes are held from Monday to Friday and last from 60 to 90 minutes.

 

Gallery lessons take place in the exhibition space of the ICC Gallery, as well as in the education room. They can be completed with art classes (for younger children). Lessons are held for groups of up to 25 students, if there are more students, the group will be divided.

 

The cost of a gallery lesson is PLN 5 per participant.

 

We honour the Large Family Card (KDR) and the Krakow Family 3+ Card (KKR 3+). Each participant of a group with KDR or KKR 3+ will pay 50% less for participation in guided tour and educational activities.

 

If you have any questions, please contact us by e-mail at: warsztaty@mck.krakow.pl



Please be advised that during classes, workshops, meetings, gallery lessons, and lectures, photos may be taken for the needs of the International Cultural Centre in Krakow (including for documentation and information on the ICC website and on the ICC profiles on Facebook and Instagram). If you do not accept this possibility, please inform us in advance. Photos may contain images of class participants and images of works made during the classes. Failure to provide written information to the Exhibition Centre before the classes begin is tantamount to consent to the use of photos by the International Cultural Centre in Krakow, as mentioned above.

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