Children's Right To Culture | The Golden Ticket

The main focus of the Golden Ticket concept is to facilitate planning. One recurring theme in the interviews was that many teachers feel planning a cultural experience takes a lot of time and energy. Outside of the time needed to search and find good and appropriate shows, a lot of logistics are required for the teacher in order to take a class to see a performance. From fourth grade onwards teachers only teach subjects (in contrast to the earlier grades where there is one teacher, for all subjects, for the same class), meaning that if, for example, you are an English teacher, you will only meet a class for the hour that you teach English, and then both you and the students will have other classes afterwards. This makes it difficult for a teacher to take a class to a performance during school hours, and to find a convenient time that works for the whole class.

Shreyas Pandit

Description

The Golden Ticket takes the logistical burden off the back of the teacher and enables a more flexible planning of cultural events, at the same time, it is a tool for the Cultural Administration to clearly communicate the subsidised shows to teachers. The school receives one Golden Ticket per student per semester. The ticket is valid for a list of performances Figure 4: Initial concept of golden ticket selected by a team in the Cultural Administration, the same group that currently selects shows for the Kulan subsidiary. The teachers hand the tickets out to the students, who will then be responsible for choosing, booking and seeing a performance on their own. This gives the teacher the opportunity to give the students “cultural homework”. The Golden Ticket would also give the students the opportunity of having a Q&A session or a backstage tour with the actors on order to create a more personal experience for the students.



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