Walter Roth, Deutsche Gesellschaft Agenda (DGA) 21 e.V., General manager:
Due to the very cool weather, at the beginning of the exhibition the attendance was not as big as expected, but that changed at the beginning of April. Parallel to the fish market and the finissage of the exhibition WALK THROUGH TIME… at the tourist information, we launched a new sustainability project called World Wide Blanket with an open event. Everyone who saw the exhibition entirely was full of praise for the concept and content.
Thank you for the great exhibition!
Birgit Kähler, teacher:
I liked your exhibition so much that I developed a riddle rally for my three eighth-grade classes at the Friedrich-Dessauer-Gymnasium in Aschaffenburg. My students didn’t quite make it in one hour – even though I didn’t include all the panels but only the topics relevant to the eighth grade curriculum from panels 6 to the origin of whales.
I think the exhibit is too difficult for fourth graders and would hate to see it not used by teachers because the wrong audience is being targeted. In the 8th grade of high school, the exhibition content is also subject matter and especially the spring is perfect for this as a repetition of what has been learned and I hope that even more young people can enjoy the exhibition this way!