In the coming summer, the Ministry of Education, its governing institutions, the National Palace Museum, and the institutions under the Ministry of Culture will jointly hold a series of activities named ‘Muse Players’, including the main activity ‘Mission Impossible High-cker’. Among the art collections, books, exhibitions, and hands-on activities organized and displayed in museums and libraries, diverse parent-child diverse learning spaces are provided, to inspire the audience to have more awareness of- and response to- the importance of parent-child learning.
The institutions within the Ministry of Education, the Ministry of Culture, and the National Palace Museum will hold a continuous series of splendid and diverse learning activities during the next half year, including more than 409 lectures, 1,436 workshops, 1,509 camps, and 17,471 performances and exhibitions. In order to attract and guide the public to explore the treasures in all these institutions, the website “Muse Players” has been set up: an abundant and wide variety of information about performances and exhibitions is conveyed here through Line@Facebook. In addition, a stamp collection activity will be launched, and participants can use the stamps to obtain promotional gifts in any institutions, with 3 collection points on their collection cards gained through visiting all institutions. Everyone is warmly welcomed to actively take part in these numerous and wonderful events.