Extracurricular places of learning such as museums open up new avenues to experience and knowledge for children and young people in a creative atmosphere. Social skills can also be acquired and consolidated.
At the Museum of Bread and Art - Global Food Forum, broader culture and society become a bit more comprehensible when viewed through the lens of bread and food. Original works of art, media, and installations make it possible for all age groups to engage with aesthetic, social, economic, and political issues. Engagement includes talking about the topics, but also actively and creatively encountering them as an individual and thus discovering and broadening one's own potential. Making things or conducting scientific experiments are active methods of learning which stimulate curiosity and foster receptiveness to new ideas and insights. Independent research leads to new discoveries.
Students of all ages and classroom subjects can benefit from the broad spectrum of pedagogical opportunities which the Museum of Bread and Art - Global Food Forum has to offer. We are happy to tailor our programs to your individual needs and look forward to partnering with you on collaborations, projects, and workshops.