MUSEUM EDUCATION AND EDUCATIONAL TECHNOLOGY, PEDAGOGICAL MATERIAL IN THE FRAMEWORK OF THE EUROPEAN COMENIUS REGIO ARCA.DIA.LOGUE PROGRAM: THE CASE OF TÉRIADE’S “27 GREAT ARTISTS’ BOOKS”

Dimitra Macri, Ioannis Makris

Abstract


The cultural heritage of a museum, regardless of that museum’s size, is unique and richly deserves to become known to the public in general and the student community in particular. The purpose of the present publication is to showcase “27 Great Artists’ Books,” which is but one of the many treasures of the Tériade Collection housed in the Stratis Eleftheriadis Museum–Library in Mytilini, the capital of the island of Lesvos, Greece. More specifically, it seeks to promote the art videos which were designed and created on that seminal segment of the Tériade Collection within the framework of the European Program Comenius Regio Partnership ARCA.DIA.logue (2013–15). What is more, those art videos constitute the foundation of the present proposal which discusses a didactic approach addressed to European Secondary Education students. That approach comprises three stages and is indicative only: teachers may give it the shape that best serves the needs of their classes under their tutelage.

 


Keywords


TERIADE's Great Artists' Books; educational proposals; video; Comenius Regio Partnership ARCA.DIA.logue European Program

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.17770/amcd2017.2828

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