Zaragoza, Spain. Young people taking over municipal museums.
‘Door breakers’ is about creating and strengthening links between municipal museums and young people. In total, 17 young people aged 16-21 act as advisers to the museums. They make proposals to improve programmes for young people, raise their needs and demands, and help design strategies to attract
and keep young audiences. The target beneficiary is locals aged 10-30. Door breakers is developed in the five municipal museums of Zaragoza.
The project aims to to attract and retain young audiences in municipal museums through reinforcing the involvement and empowerment of young people. This includes promoting educational activities; developing projects expanding interactions with the community; new ways of communicating
with young people; and offering pre-professional experiences for young people.