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Marlous van Gastel en Rixt Hulshoff Pol - Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam

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  • 1.
  • 2. Rixt Hulshoff Pol,
    head education department
    Marlous van Gastel,
    employee education department
  • 3.
    • So who are the Blikopeners?
    • 4. What have we accomplishedso far?
    • 5. Process
    • 6. Future
    • 7. Today
  • So who are the Blikopeners?
    What do they do?
    And how?
  • 8. Stedelijk Museum
  • 9. What do they do?
  • 10. Blikopener Caressa:
    “At school, we often visited museums as a group, but for some reason we looked at art differently. We were never allowed to pick our own artworks; we always had to follow a book, and that wasn’t much fun. But thanks to the Stedelijk, I’ve seen the art world close up and experienced it differently.”
  • 11. Young People on Blikopeners
    Blikopener Anouk:
    ‘When I told a girl in my class I worked for the
    Stedelijk, she said, “Wooooow, that’s sooo cool,
    I’d neeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeever have thought about
    that but cos you’re working there, I’ll probably
    go.” So I think I opened her eyes! ‘
  • 12. Blikopener Lisa:
    “Friends I’d invited to Holy Shit were really
    enthusiastic about what went on and the next
    day chatted about how great it was and how
    much they’d enjoyed it.”
    Blikopener Mirelva:
    ”Some of my friends came to the Blikopeners
    evening; they were a bit skeptical at first, but the
    guided tour sparked an interest in a couple of
    artworks.”
  • 13. Martijn van Nieuwenhuyzen, curator Stedelijk Museum on Blikopeners:
    “It shows that looking and talking together about art really helps you to get to the core of an artwork quite quickly. It was exciting for me to hear the adult insights of a young generation.”
  • 14. Blikopeners& art
  • 15. What have we accomplishedso far?
    Events & Activities
    Enthusiasm
    Diversity
    New group
  • 16. Process
    Based on theory & practice
    Not without difficulties
    Exchange with the Tate Modern, London and Statens Museum for Kunst, Copenhagen
  • 17. Blikopener Book
  • 18. Future
    Long term
    Space for young people
    Up scaling & Communication
  • 19.
  • 20. Today
    Share our experience and inspiration
    What role can my institution play in young peoples lives?
    How can my institution connect positively and meaningfully with young people?

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