So following on from last week’s episode, talking about the benefits of some silence in your museum and gallery programmes. This week I’m sharing how to do it.
A little bit of silence in your programmes can benefit both you as the facilitator and the audience by promoting reflection, active listening, observation, engagement, and flexibility.
It contributes to a more meaningful and effective experience for all involved. So how can we create more opportunities for silence in our museum and gallery programmes?
Here are 7 easy ways to make time and space for silence.
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Episodes mentioned in today’s show:
Episode 25 3 Thinking Routines for Slow Looking and Drawing
Episode 29 How to Develop a Reflective Practice
Episode 42 How to Read A Group
Episode 44 The 4 Elements of a Great Introduction
Episode 49 Inspiring Creative Writing Through Art with Mary Hall Surface
Episode 61 How mindfulness and drawing can help us to connect with art