Since 1995, the MMB has organized the Museums and Education Seminars, aimed at professionals from educational departments and activities or public programs at museums and cultural institutions. These seminars were born to be a place for reflecting, debating, sharing and generating knowledge on the educational and social function of our institutions, and doing so together.
The Museums and Education Seminars have neither been annual nor homogeneous. Some years none are held, and others several are organized. In addition, the umbrella of these seminars has offered an opportunity to experiment with different formats such as fairs, workshops, seminars or congresses. These seminars are a meeting place for the professionals who organize public activities at museums. They exist because of the colleagues that have embraced them, supported them and regularly attended them. We work so that this will continue to be so.
List of Seminars:
I Seminar on Transmission: Communicating our Heritage
II Seminar on Museums and Transmission
Museums and Learning
Permanent Seminar on Museums and Education
Family Activities at Museums
Accessibility at Museums
When Individual Audiences Go to the Museum
Museums and Visual Impairment: Best Educational Practice
Fun Learning at Museums
Taking on Science
Museums, Between Education and Culture: II Permanent Seminar on Museums and Education
Exhibition Resources for a Child Audience
Working with the Community
Museums and Online Activities
Resources for Generating Ideas and Materials
Beyond Activity Programs: Educational, Cultural and Local Projects at Museums
Towards Communicative, Interactive and Participative Museology: the Role of Educational Professionals in Designing Exhibits
Programming for Audiences
Young People, an Impossible Target?
19 DEAC Seminar. Conjugating Participate