Education & Tours
The education programs at RADIUS address questions concerning the ways by which art can reflect on and contribute to our understanding of contemporary social, political and environmental issues. The basis of the education programs for primary, secondary and higher education is inquiry-based learning: a proactive form of learning that starts with asking questions and raising debating positions. Memorizing facts and information is not the most important skill in today's world. After all, facts change and information has become more immediately available. What is needed, however, is an understanding of how we can interpretate and understand this mass of data. Inquiry is not so much seeking the right answer—because often there is none—but rather seeking appropriate solutions to questions and problems. Inquiry-based learning is therefore an effective method to stimulate and develop 21st Century Skills—a term that summarizes critical and creative thinking based on curiosity. For questions regarding our education program you can reach out to educator Fleur Knops via email@example.com.
With every current exhibition we offer a guided group tour, accompanied by an experienced tour guide. These guided tours provide an introduction to the exhibition in question and provide the opportunity to gain a deeper contact with the artists, works of art and the subjects featured in the exhibition. If you would like a group tour for a select group (private), this is possible for €150 (maximum group size is 15 people). You can book a private tour by contacting educator Fleur Knops via firstname.lastname@example.org.
Part of exhibition EMOTIONS ARE OCEANS