The museums participating on the project aim at re-evaluating and rethinking their resources: archives, collections and working methods in order to develop their potentials by creating knowledge and connecting the various types of audiences. The traditional roles of the contemporary art museum are changing: its most important activities are no longer merely storage, studying and exhibiting of artworks, but also an active involvement with the museum’s audience. For this reason, the project will develop combination of exhibitions ans educational programs based on participatory approach, intended for both, the audience and the staff.

23 October 2015 19H00 - 13 December 2015 19H00

Performing the Museum Exhibition
Koroška galerija likovnih umetnosti - KGLU:

Projects at the exhibition:

Collection Reversed: Transfer, Transformation and Ruptures
Henry Moore comes back - Web site of the project:
Barbara Steiner and Anna Lena von Helldorff
23 October 2015 – 13 March 2016

Newsreel 62 Nika Autor
Museum Fall Vadim Fiškin
People and Images Tadej Pogačar
The Ninth Place Isa Rosenberger
Moment of Mistake ŠKART (Dragan Protić, Djordje Balmazović)

Minister of Culture, Julijana Bizjak Mlakar, M.A., will be the official speaker at the opening and she will also open the exhibition. Elke aus dem Moore, Head of the Visual Arts Department at IFA (Institute of Foreign Cultural Relations of the Federal Republic of Germany) and Andrej Čas, Mayor of the Municipality of Slovenj Gradec, will also address the audience at the opening.

Public tour of the exhibition – with Andreja Hribernik, Director of KGLU, and Barbara Steiner, curator of the exhibition Collection Reversed: Transfer, Transformation and Ruptures and Henry Moore comes back. – will take place on the opening day, 23 October 2015, at 6 pm.

The exhibition Performing the Museum (Muzej v gibanju) is taking place in the frame of the international project. The two-year project is focused on the role of the contemporary museum. Nowadays, the museum is no longer just an institution storing, studying and exhibiting artworks, but rather an institution that actively participates with its audiences. Hence, the project is developing a combination of exhibitions, educational programmes and activities based on a participatory approach, creating knowledge and introducing new models of mediating art. The project is supported by the European Union as part of its Creative Europe programme.