Since 1972, Ewha Womans University Museum has constantly implemented social education programs such as academic lectures and field surveys, along with an annual special exhibition of the museum’s collection. In particular, since 1995, social education programs related to exhibitions have become diversified, which contributed to extending the scope of the museum’s exhibitions.
Today, the exhibition-related education programs offered by Ewha Womans University Museum provide a broader range of programs related to the museum’s permanent and special exhibitions each year, such as experience-based programs for children, educational programs for multicultural and marginalized groups, academic seminars and lectures for experts and adults, etc.
Experience-based Education Programs
- The museum also offers educational activity programs in connection with on-going exhibitions, which comprise a guided tour followed by a workshop to try out various creative artistic techniques and approaches using materials related to the artwork on exhibit. The workshop activity promotes unique and creative artistic expression inspired by traditional relics or modern art, to help participants develop artistic sensibility and gain a better understanding of art and culture.
Community Outreach Program
- The museum offers special education programs in connection with our exhibitions to offer opportunities for artistic and cultural engagement to the less privileged. The programs also aim at discovering new talent and helping them develop their creativity.
Culture and Arts Academy
- The museum offers courses on art and culture for the public and for professionals in the field. These specialized courses are held in connection with our exhibitions, by utilizing the exhibitions contents to provide in-depth understanding of art history and artistic appreciation.