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Barbora Škaloudová and Ida Muráňová work as educators at the Department of Public Programming of the National Gallery in Prague. They aim at mediating contemporary and modern art to children and creating methodology of programs for schools and other educators. They also design study materials for teachers, interactive materials for exhibitions and books for children. They participate at the development of educational projects and seminars for teachers.

Barbora Škaloudová &
Ida Muráňová

The Art (of Staying) at Home

The workshop introduces the project "The Art (of Staying) at Home" created by the Department of Public Programming of the National Gallery in Prague for the needs of schools during the coronavirus crisis. The educators focused on creative activities inspired by artworks that does not require any special or art materials and, therefore, can be performered at home. During the workshop, participants can try three creative activities that can be done at home.

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Hana Valešová and Zuzana Pechová work as assistant professors and Art Education teachers at the Department of Primary Education, Faculty of Science, Humanities and Education, Technical University of Liberec, Czech Republic.

Hana Valešová &
Zuzana Pechová

Make Art, Not Faces!

The worskhop introduces the hands-on art project Make Art, Not Faces! which was run via facebook in the Czech Republic during the Covid-19 lockdown. The project was originally designed for university students, children and the wider public. The workshop is based on an easy, artistic and pleasant task, which is inspired by a chosen artist, and it will provide an inspiration for your hand-on creative activity. Moreover, you will be invited to share your artwork and thus you will contribute to our community and you will encourage artwork of other participants.


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Jessica Starns completed her Inclusive Arts Practice MA at the University of Brighton, she is the founder of ‘Dyspraxic Me’ a charity for young dyspraxic adults and works within museums. She was awarded a place on the Shaw Trust ‘Power 100’ 2018 list of the most influential disabled people in Britain. Jessica is a collaborative artist whose work is socially engaged and mostly highlights inequality for neurodivergent and disabled people.

Jessica Starns

Virtual Walks

During lockdown Jessica Starns was successful in gaining funding from Phakama to organise "Virtual Walks" to break down the feeling of isolation whilst we were all social distancing.

Using Google Street View and Zoom she went on "Virtual Walks" with others. Jessica asked the participants if they would like to share places that are important to them, they are missing or places they would like to visit. It was a collaborative process. The participants decided where they wanted to lead the walk, people attending had a choice if they just wanted to watch or verbally join in and ask questions. During this workshop Jessica will be asking for one volunteer to lead a walk with others as an audience.


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Marek Šobáň, Hana Lamatová, Terezie Čermáková, Pavlína Wolfová, David Hrbek & Kamil Zajíček are members of the team from the Olomouc Museum of Art (Czech Republic).

Team from the Olomouc Museum of Art 

EDU on wire │ series of education videos of Olomouc Museum of Art

We invite you to join our on-line workshop and to watch and try one of the five creative activities presented through the education videos from the series EDU on wire prepared by the lectors of Olomouc Museum of Art for the summer holidays of 2020. The lectors reacted in this way on the new demand of distance education during the pandemic period. They created nine videos in total offering ideas and suggestions for creative activities inspired by the world of visual arts. These are focused on children and are suitable for indoor performance at home. These videos have been presented during the whole summer holidays. During the conference programme, you can try all the ideas and get creative, too. If you send your work to, we will publish it on our website. Do not forget to add your name, age and country


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Marco Peri is free lance art historian and museum educator, based in Italy, Cagliari

Marco Peri

*new eyes*
Participatory Experiences
in Extraordinary Landscapes
of Art

*new eyes* is an online workshop to share (remotely)
a different approach to visual art. It takes place in videoconference for this reason an internet connection, webcam and microphone are required. What we will do?

Sensory, emotional and narrative experiences around some masterpieces of universal art history. The workshop stimulates active participation of the participants, stimulating the creative, perceptive and sensorial potential. We will experience activities, exercises and games with art, to give life to new projects in the museum, at school or in other educational contexts.

Workshop is dedicated to teachers, museum educators, artists.


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Anna Boček Ronovská, Department of Art Education, Faculty of Education, Palacký University Olomouc

Anna Boček Ronovská

"InkApril" – Art lessons during Corona time


Workshop is a remake of project "InkApril", which was started April 1st 2020 and happened to last whole month. Project was focused on practicing of drawing every day, as a daily creative routine, designed for art students to work continuously on their own sketches, ideas, drawings. Sharing on social sites was the way they could communicate through art during Corona time. #inkapril

So now you can follow!



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Erich Mistrík is full professor of philosophy at Faculty of Education, Comenius University, Bratislava, Slovakia. He works with student-teachers and lectures in aesthetics, art education, multicultural education and in civic education.

Erich Mistrík

Art Education – Civic Education

A real-time practical workshop showing an example of teaching art at university as it was realised during coronavirus distance learning last April. Art used for purposes of civic education is the main theme of this workshop and it is devoted to the topic „Water“. Workshop is based on watching art, on listening to art, on doing simple drawing exercise, and on reflecting practices of everyday life. Thus it connects various artforms to everyday values as well as to global issues. Participants will be asked to open their minds for different levels of aesthetic appreciation and to simple art practice.



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Romana Horáková and Lenka Trantírková focus mainly on the communication of contemporary art in the Brno House of Arts. In addition to temporary exhibitions, they pay attention to the educational aspect of long-term projects of the Brno Architecture Manual and Vašulka Kitchen Brno.

Romana Horáková
& Lenka Trantírková



Martin Zet’s exhibition named Sculptor Miloš Zet: Walls, Plinths and Mock-ups, dealing among others with the profession of a sculptor, was one of the Brno House of Arts projects marked with the coronavirus crisis. Several worksheets have been prepared for the closed exhibition, thanks to which those interested could try the profession of a sculptor while comfortably at home. One of the creative activities allowed to get acquainted with the technique of casting – making a small-scale plaster model of Martin Zet’s large concrete sculpture. 


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Team of the Department of Art Education, Faculty of Education, Palacký University Olomouc, Czech Republic

Petra Šobáňová, Pavla Baštanová & Jana Jiroutová

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Our workshop is based on the project of the same name, which deals with the methodological support of art education. It is based in the web platform (with accompanying Facebook and Pinterest pages), where you can find animated videoclips and worksheets with ideas for art education. This project has gained special significance during quarantine (in the Czech Republic the period started in March 2020, when all schools had to be closed), when it developed greatly and became an important volunteer-based activity that provided support not only to teachers, but also to children and their parents. In our workshop, participants can try one of the ways to implement distance art education. We will offer participants five animated videoclips and a set of worksheets inviting them to dive into a creative activity and to share their works. The materials will be available to download and to be used freely. 


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Department of Art Education, Faculty of Education, Palacký University Olomouc, Czech Republic

Monika Dokoupilová

My Place (on Earth) Imprinted in Clay


The workshop will focus on working with ceramic material, with malleable material. Working with clay – with natural material has a broadscale effect on a person, a pupil, on anybody. The workshop will take us from the haptic, relaxing, therapeutic effect that working with clay has on an individual, through perfecting one's own realisation while reflecting on creativity, to having control over technological pitfalls. An object will be created in the reaction of the creator to the environment that s/he knows best, that s/he can identify with, in which s/he resonates. This time we will work with clay without the final burning process, the material will be returned to nature by its gradual disintegration. 


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Artist, performer, Department of Art Education, Faculty of Education, Palacký University Olomouc, Czech Republic

Vladimír Havlík

(Distant) Contacts

In 1990, I realised an event titled Contacts in the Olomouc park with students. It was about making visible the mutual connections in space, the experience of the relationship to nature, trees and to each other. It was about experiencing the closeness. In 2020, a remake of the original event will take place. Again, we will want to experience and make our relationships visible. However, the context has changed radically. I assume that the feelings of the participants will be quite different ... And you are all invite to do the event wherever you like.

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Allan Molnar, Lehman College, The City University of New York; Shizuka Sutani, Mimasaka University, Japan; Carrie K. L. Ho, University of Saint Joseph, Macao; Miho Yamada, Shujitsu University; Taiga Kameishi, Okayama Prefectural University; Koume Shintani, Okayama Prefectural University; Taichi Akutsu, Okayama Prefectural University

Allan Molnar, Shizuka Sutani, Carrie K. L. Ho, Miho Yamada, Taiga Kameishi, Koume Shintani & Taichi Akutsu

MUSICKING: Online virtual workshop to combine multiple artistic expressions and soundscape on the theme of Beethoven’s "Ode to Joy"


Musicking is the term originally introduced by Christopher Small (1998) that simply means the act of music making. For Small (1998), music is not a fixed artwork, but an act, which is defined by singing, listening, playing, practicing, composing and dancing, "to music is for everyone to participate in any capacity of musical lives" (Small, 1998, p. 9). According to Dissanayake (2015), in a traditional society in any culture, music was originally shared in community from the religious ceremony to the local carnivals, and there was no wall between performing and listening. Everyone used to participate in music in a shared sense, and there was a much closer connection to the other art forms in an interdisciplinary manner and to surrounded cultures and everyone’s live. 


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Project Manager, educator, DOX Centre for Contemporary Art, Prague (Czech Republic)

Michal Kučerák

Fake it!

The Internet and especially social networks are actively exploiting the phenomenon of popularity. More  likes, followers, tweets, posts, blogs, photos… and we are tend to trust the virtual identity even more. But everything can be "fake". In the world of synthetic media, we find ourselves facing new challenges. The future is in our hands. But what does that mean? How do we imagine it? Where are its boundaries? What does it mean to live in a synthetic world and how to navigate ourselves in a reality in which it is no longer possible to believe our own senses?



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Artist, sculptor, teacher, Department of Art Education, Faculty of Education, Palacký University Olomouc, Czech Republic

Robert Buček

Ceramics at the Time of Quarantine

The workshop is a continuation of the project, which took place during the quarantine within the subjects of Ceramics at the Department of Art Education, Faculty of Education, Palacký University Olomouc (CZ).

Students could not visit a fully equipped studio, and from this limitation came the idea to explore the possibilities of "home" production of ceramics.

The workshop mediates the process to the participants and offers them participation in the whole process from the search and processing of clay, through the firing of ceramics to the finished ceramic products.



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Christian-Albrechts-Universität zu Kiel (CAU), Kiel, Germany, Western Sydney UNiversity 3/2 Salisbury road, Trinity College Dublin, Ireland

Garret Scally, Rachael Jacobs & Erika Piazzoli

Adapting pedagogies in digital performance with young refugees and migrants 

Inside. Outside. And Beyond is a digital storytelling project conducted with migrant and refugee youth in Ireland. The study used digital storytelling workshops and interviews, investigating how the 2020 lockdown affected students’ sense of belonging and motivation to speak English. Nested within a study on performative language learning and belonging, the study examined whether the lockdown restrictions have re-written the boundaries of inclusion and exclusion or sense of belonging in young refugees and migrants. This workshop demonstrates storytelling and drama pedagogies which were adapted for the online learning environment. We discuss successful aspects of the project that assisted in giving learners connection and agency in their learning environment, as well as the technological, personal and performative challenges.



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