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For who? The programme is intended for elementary school students in grades 7 to 9 as well as students in secondary school.
When? We offer three programme dates as part of the FALL Festival:
- Wednesday 13 September 2023, 9.30–12.00
- Thursday 14 September 2023, 9.30–12.00
- Friday 15 September 2023, 9.30–12.00
How much does the programme cost? We have a special festival offer of 50 CZK/person for groups of 10–25 people | accompanying teacher free of charge
How and when to book? For reservations and further information, please write to firstname.lastname@example.org
The programme can be held in both Czech and English. English language programmes will be led by Irish trainers from Narrative 4.
DOX Centre for Contemporary Art
Poupětova 1, Prague 7
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School groups will have the unique opportunity to engage in a discussion with special guests of the FALL festival and participate in a follow-up educational programme called Story Exchange. The discussion guests are Bassam Aramin, a Palestinian academic, and Rami Elhanan, an Israeli graphic designer, both of whom lost their daughters to violence in their homeland. They now hold lectures together around the world. The follow-up training programme is inspired by the methodology of the global project Narrative 4 and focuses on developing empathy through sharing stories.
Relatively new, but already proven through hundreds of events, the Story Exchange programme develops empathy through the sharing of personal stories, enables identification with works of art, and, from the perspective of educators and students, provides a rare moment to get to know each other and at the same time develop the competencies needed to build a story and narrative.
Bassam Aramin and Rami Elhanan
Palestinian academic and Israeli graphic designer
They have lost their daughters to violence in their homeland. They now give lectures around the world calling for peace. The story of the unlikely friendship of the two fathers united in grief, and a desire for peace inspired Colum McCann’s celebrated Apeirogon.