Art makes Learning Easy for Children
With collections stretching back over 600 years of art and architectural history, the Pinakothek museums in Munich are opening their doors to the curiosity of their young visitors. Their thirst for knowledge, talents and skills can be discovered, nurtured and broadened here in the best possible way.
SEHSTERN vividly documents innovative art-related concepts and at the same time aims to make an important contribution to the debate on creativity: the project strongly refutes a functionalisation of creativity and economic utilisation of talent and instead shows how creativity on the trail of art can lead children to their own experience of the unexpected and unforeseeable.
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16,50 × 24,00 cm
38 colored illustrations
Gatefold Brochure, bound, without dust jacket, without Schuber
Annette Philp as well as Kristine Oßwald und Martina Scherf with an interview by Annette Philp with Kristine Oßwald with a summary in English
This catalogue documents the SEHSTERN pilot project, which was initiated and funded between 2007 and 2009 by the Karg Foundation which promotes gifted children and young people, to address the ways in which talent could be promoted through creative processes.