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MOSCOW, New Tretyakov Gallery spring 2005 - КОЛОННА КОММЕНТАРИИ

Педагогическая тема: диалог и коммуникация

Философская тема: сердце искусства

Метод ”Ролевая – игра” и демократия.

1) сделать обычных посетителей, детей и молодежь видимыми

2) сосредоточиться на их специальной потребности к культуре


быть лично ответственными за их собственное исследование

и документацию

играть и учиться на уникальных примерах молодых посетителей

а так же художников

узнавать связъ между коммуникацией и творческим изучением

создавать художественные произведениния, несушую информации

выражающую личное наблюдение.

обнаружить их собственное любопытство

приятно проводить время, расти в своем внутренном человеке

и находить неожиданные стороны коллег


-Лотерея - дискусия в форме круглого стола,

-”работы команды” (team work), и ”мозгового шторма” (brain storm) по вопросами о отношениях к посетителям музея.

-Анализируем их с точки зрения эмоции и экзистенциального значения диалогах с посетителями

-Разыграем по ролям художников с посетителями для комментариев

-Документируем и фотографируем реакции и действии посетителей

-Исследования комментариев

-Обсуждение на писанного и фотографий

-Возможность: написание ”поэмы”, на основании написанного на колонн.

Child’s play, Anna Malpas

Moscow Context, 3 September, 2004

A hands-on exhibition held in memory of the Swedish author Astrid Lindgren makes the dust fly at the New Tretyakov Gallery…

...[the] new exhibition dedicated to her creator, Astrid Lindgren, aims to do just that, encouraging children to dress up, build huts, and generally celebrate the anarchic spirit of the Swedish writer … [in] a 120 square meter play area in the vestibule of the Soviet-era gallery. Children from the ages of around five to 11 are encouraged to try on beaver and princess costumes, and act out scenes from Lindgren's stories. Adults are also welcome to join in the fun…

The exhibit is the first of its kind in the gallery of 20th-century art... sits well with the gallery's collection of avant-garde art… [Art] of the 20th century has a playful character … of the activities for children will be taken directly from "Pippi Longstocking" … young visitors can also listen to recordings of Lindgren's stories inside a mock-up tree, and build huts from pieces of wood and cloth…

...after its Moscow premiere, the exhibit will tour Europe, visiting six cities, including London, Paris and Belgrade, and finally returning to Sweden…

Lindgren became popular in Russia in the 1950s and 1960s, thanks to translations of her books … [The books] inspired translation and an animated film voiced by famous actors…

...[the] exhibit includes screenings of a Swedish¬ made film about Lindgren and popular Russian film versions of her books. There is also a related display of animal sculptures by contemporary artists, organized by the gallery. The more "serious" side of Lindgren's philosophy is covered in a display on the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child, which sets in stone a child's right to "engage in play and recreational activities."…

MOSCOW, New Tretyakov Gallery autumn 2004

co-ordinator _set of Swedish exhibitions including a film, lectures and workshops about Astrid Lindgren, the UN Children's Rights Convention and relevant pedagogy for the Swedish Institute (Stockholm) and the Swedish Embassy in Moscow at the Tretyakov Gallery