The museum offer for students includes workshops and thematic tours covering various areas of knowledge about the migration issue.
Classes are conducted in groups consisting of up to 25 people. The date must be agreed with the host earlier.
Cost: group concession for the permanent exhibition – PLN 9.00/person.
The admission fee allows the participants to enter the permanent exhibition on their own after completing the educational classes.
Host: Marta Otrębska (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Duration: 2 hours
During the classes, students will learn basic issues related to intercultural differences and work in a diverse team. They will discuss how to take advantage of diversity and see what the process of entering an environment differing in terms of culture looks like, learning various ways in which migrants adapt to the new life situation.
EMIGRATION IN SOURCES
The stories of emigrants left thousands of silent witnesses in the form of documents created during travel and life abroad. The preserved promotional materials of shipowners, ship tickets, passenger manifests, passports, or letters to families constitute extremely valuable sources of information. Learning about them may be an excellent inspiration for many research projects and works. Guided tours will allow a look at this type of objects more precisely and refer them to a broader context of the history of emigration presented at the exhibition.
HISTORY OF EMIGRATION AND SOCIAL HISTORY
The history of emigration is inseparably linked to the history of social and technological transformations, but also to political decisions and armed conflicts. The tour participants will be able to see how various phenomena and events shaped subsequent waves of emigration and how migration processes affected societies.
HISTORY OF THE MARINE STATION AND EMIGRATION VIA GDYNIA DURING THE INTERWAR PERIOD
A guided tour during which emphasis will be placed on emigration during the interwar period and emigration and passenger infrastructure in Gdynia, one of the main elements of which was the Marine Station building – the seat of the Emigration Museum in Gdynia.
MEANS OF TALKING ABOUT HISTORY ON THE EXAMPLE OF THE PERMANENT EXHIBITION
How to talk about history in an understandable and engaging manner? What is worth noting when designing an exhibition for different groups of recipients? The Emigration Museum in Gdynia is one of the most modern history museums in Poland. During the classes, curator-led assumptions for the permanent exhibition and solutions helping to talk about complex topics in a way that is accessible and interesting way for viewers will be presented.