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able to prepare a well-accepted exhibition propaganda and reach the visi- tors as well as non-visitors and invite them to their exhibition.
The 'Speed Dating Game' itself represented a mind-on and hands- on activity, since museum experts tried their best to present the objects as plastic and originally as possible. Majority of them brought the objects with them; they allowed the young adults to discover them in person. After two very lively hours of playing, museum experts went to be pho- tographed with their objects. In the meantime, young adults were in a quarantine, running a tough discussion on which  ve objects should be included into the core of the exhibition. After numerous arguments and debates they decided on their  nal selection. The results were presented also to the curators and concluded with a sip of champagne and some- thing sweet to top it all off. It would be a lie, saying there was no dis- appointment among the ones, whose objects were not selected, even though it was all a game.
'Museum Speed Dating Game' presented a conclusion of formal meetings with museum curators; however, it presented only the begin- ning of work for the young adults. In any case, it was of high importance that the participants left after the game happy, satis ed, with a feeling of achieving something important, and starting new friendships. The lat- ter was necessary for both groups to establish a relationship between them, to be able to prepare all the objects for the exhibition. For that pur- pose, young adults were trustees to the museum objects – each person was responsible for one object. Additionally, the trustee of an object had to interact with the museum curator, from which the museum object
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