Villa Tugendhat, an independent department of the Brno City Museum, is newly offering regular educational programmes for students of pre-schools, primary schools, secondary schools and universities.
Object teaching (the villa as an art object, the villa as a narrator of both minor and major history) will be employed in order to develop critical thinking amongst the students. This will include the placing of Villa Tugendhat and its architect into the domestic and world cultural context.
The programmes are focused on school groups with the capacity consequently set at the usual number of students in one class. This number cannot exceed 25 students for safety reasons.
You can download the programme here.
You can download the poster here.
OVERVIEW OF THE TYPES OF EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMMES:
1. FOR PRE-SCHOOLS AND PRIMARY SCHOOLS:
a guided tour combined with the creative études
1.a) Villa Tugendhat – less is more: architecture
1.b) Villa Tugendhat – less is more: design
2. FOR SECONDARY SCHOOLS, COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES:
a thematic guided tour combined with a discussion and active aspects
2.a) Ludwig Mies van der Rohe – the architect of Villa Tugendhat amongst other things
2.b) The Tugendhats – the story of one Brno Jewish family
Wednesday 14 November 2012, 8.00–9.30
Friday 16 November 2012, 8.00–9.30
Wednesday 21 November 2012, 8.00–9.30
Friday 23 November 2012, 8.00–9.30
Wednesday 28 November 2012, 8.00–9.30
Friday 30 November 2012, 8.00–9.30
Wednesday 5 December 2012, 8.00–9.30
Wednesday 12 December 2012, 8.00–9.30
Friday 14 December 2012, 8.00–9.30
Wednesday 19 December 2012, 8.00–9.30
Friday 21 December 2012, 8.00–9.30
Mgr. Eliška Veselovská: email@example.com