EDUCATIONAL OFFER FOR SECONDARY EDUCATION
Photography has rapidly emerged as the primary medium of social communication. Everyone makes and distributes images. Just because it's fun, to share what you find interesting or important, but also to show who you are and what you stand for. Or as a means to look back and share stories about the past.
Pennings Foundation is the leading presentation platform and knowledge center for photography in Eindhoven. At our appealing exhibitions we offer tailor-made workshops in which reflection is linked to a photograpic practical assignment. If possible with a meet & greet with the artist him/her self.
A visit to Pennings Foundation together with your students offers exercise in visual language. The workshops we offer are varied and interdisciplinary, from reflecting on socially involved themes such as migration and colonization to learning to understand and visualize with photography. Photos can be complex and ambiguous: what is appearance and what is reality? What message is being conveyed and for what purpose? Being able to interpret visual language is a skill that requires practice and can be learned. The same applies to the ability to make images yourself: the ability to visualize, to imagine a certain theme, a question or an idea.
The ability to visualize
Being able to imagine a certain theme, question or idea
Making a visual story
Being able to interpret visual language; what is appearance, what is reality, what message is being conveyed, for what purpose?
Have you become curious?
Then take a look at our educational activities right away!
The educational program will during the coming school year and schools are always welcome for a guided tour. You can contact firstname.lastname@example.org to discuss and book one of our activities. We are flexible in our options. Keep an eye on our website for more information.
Group size: 5 to 30 students
Duration: 60 to 90 minutes.
Educational activity costs:
Contemplative & practical assignment: 5 euros per student
VTS guided tour: 3 euros per student