This thesis examines how to create hands-on based dissemination activities for pre-schoolers and accompanying adults in order to strengthen their interaction as well as general interaction possibilities in a selected area of the exhibition Stories of Denmark 1660-2000 at the National Museum of Denmark. As the thesis statement is positioned in an interdisciplinary research area, it has an influence on the choice of theories. Performance Design, Museology, History and Pedagogy theories have therefore been applied. Notwithstanding the use of interdisciplinary theory, Performance Design is the academic standpoint of the thesis. The starting point of the thesis is how the institutional framework through cultural exhibition practice influences development of the design itself. Subsequently the results behind the development and testing of the dissemination initiatives are analysed and discussed.
|Uddannelser||Performance-design, (Bachelor/kandidatuddannelse) Kandidat|
|Udgivelsesdato||28 jan. 2016|
- Museums, hands on, participation