Tali Krikler Learning and Participation
Strategic project planning/management
Outreach, digital learning resources
Faith; Sensitive Histories
Inclusion: refugees, CAMHS, dementia
Families & Young people
Experienced learning producer, designing and delivering a broad range of projects and resources within both formal and informal learning settings.
Tali is passionate about the possibilities objects offer to explore and uncover stories, challenge perceptions, share ideas and start conversations.
A former Head of Learning at the Jewish Museum London and a qualified teacher, her work at the Museum included implementing strategy, providing management and leadership. Highlights included planning and delivering an ambitious family learning programme and successfully leading the first phase of the Arts Council England, Museums and Schools Partnership programme, London Links. The online resource created to support the project, Objects in Focus, was shortlisted for a Museums and Heritage Award.
Since then Tali has created innovative outreach resources for schools, challenged young people to interpret objects using stop-frame animation, conceived and delivered workshops for Syrian refugees and designed and co-produced object boxes that spark curiosity and address sensitive topics such as mental health in an original and engaging way. She worked with the Jewish Museum London Learning Team to create six testimony films six capturing the experience of meeting a Kindertransport refugee. The films featured in Museum’s temporary exhibition, Remembering the Kindertransport: 80 Years On and The Guardian’s online coverage. Tali shared her work at GEM conference 2019 and The British Museum’s National Programmes Conference.
Tali recently worked with LEAP London’s intergenerational arts and wellbeing project, Home Is Where the Art Is, part of Brent Borough of Culture. The participatory project brought together primary school children and adults living with early stage dementia.
Alongside her independent work, Tali joined Caroline Marcus Associates in 2016. Her work with CMA has included Royal Academy of Art Learning Team, reconsidering work with community audiences; Kids in Museums, HLF Resilient Heritage, Training and Consultancy; Jane Austen House Museum, Evaluating and Reviewing Learning Strategy; Royal Opera House evaluation, Daytime and Festival Programme; South Hampstead Synagogue, Holocaust Memorial Day week-long school and community programme in partnership with National Holocaust Centre and Museum.