69 How we take care of the artworks; the right climate conditions, light intensity, no-touch and non-invasive approach? Part two: We go around our permanent collection and look at the visible injuries, we talk about how we/they think the injuries occurred. Part three: We visit the Gallery’s Conservation-Restoration Department and take a look at selected works of art, also illuminated with specific light's wavelengths, to see underneath the paint layer. We learn what individual type of illumination reveals to our eyes and in what ways can we use it. Part four: Conservators-restorers teach the children, how they repair or conserve the works of art. We make a group photo under the UV lights. TASKS Children have to answer some questions: - What can we see under the visible light/ UV light/ IR light? - What can we do with this knowledge? - What can we do to preserve works of art? - How do we preserve the works of art? GOAL OF TASKS To learn that art and science are connected, intertwined. We can use physics and chemistry to better understand the artworks, painters and methods of work in different periods of time. TEACHING METHODS: (creative-problem solving, resource-based learning, inquiry-based learning, setting small groups, teamwork, experiential learning) Experiential learning, teamwork.