From the Classroom to OSTRALE
Whether primary school children, pre-school groups or secondary school students: the more than 5.500 school children and teachers who visited OSTRALE in 2016 as part of their school programme are evidence of the educational relevance of the exhibition, thanks to its current artistic and social connections and historically and architecturally interesting setting. The pedagogical plan provides the guided art tour with an educational and political outline and promotes lessons which combine multiple subjects. Register your class by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org for a guided tour at OSTRALE‘BIENNALE. For entry, OSTRALE kindly requests a 50 EUR contribution per class, and additionally a 15 EUR fee for a guided tour. We would also like to point out to higher grades that tours on Thursday afternoons are primarily reserved for grades 1-4 and nursery and pre-school children. The visit of (contemporary) exhibitions in the school context is an elementary part of art lessons and is recommended in the Saxon curriculum for the subject arts both in elementary school, as well as in middle school and high school. OSTRALE’BIENNALE is particularly attractive as an out-of-school place of learning, here, like no other institution in Dresden, diverse international contemporary art is gathered over a period of three months. The special surroundings of the old slaughterhouses offer the possibility to experiment and become artistically active.
Guided tours in English are available on request.
Tip: In order to aid effective preparation, the teaching staff in charge receive a one-off free ticket for the exhibition after they have registered for a guided tour.
Teaching preparation for teachers
We would like to provide you with an optimal preparation for the exhibition visit in the course of your lessons and offer you two exclusive guided tours for educators. In this tour, we present our work techniques and the selected art exhibits of the OSTRALE’BIENNALE, which were selected especially for the student tours. The guided tour is of course free of charge.
Follow shortly – Duration: approx. 2 hours each