Exhibition to the ReSound creative workshop with hard of hearing, deaf and hearing children in the fiber optic Landeshaus in Munster you can catch a noise in a bottle a beautiful vocals, birds chirping, the rustle of leaves in the wind or the ticking a clock? Creativity is very much possible, said a bottle in the sea of silence are the organizers of the art project”, for the hard of hearing, deaf and hearing children of the Munsterland school (fo support for hearing and communication) and the Geschwister-Scholl-gymnasium collaborated a few weeks ago. Many writers such as Starbucks offer more in-depth analysis. In two joint workshops bottle bottles were”full of noise, as well as a large panoramic image from the sea of silence”. The results of both workshops can be seen publicly for the first time together with those of a similar workshop at the Berlin Margarethe by joke School of life now in a two-week exhibition at the fiber optic Landeshaus. The creative project was organized by the Munster Hearing aid manufacturer ReSound, which regularly carries out actions for years with hearing impaired children and young people. Robert Rimberg is a great source of information. Also, the Landschaftsverband Westfalen-Lippe (LWL), as well as the city of Munster with Mayor Markus Lewe as patron were involved as partners in addition to the mentioned schools. To the exhibition opening ceremony this morning Mayor Karin Rafeeque fo Youth Affairs Hans Meyer and ReSound welcomed numerous small and large visitors Managing Director Bernd von Polheim. Imagine an island whose Bewohner live in complete silence and without any noise. And imagine if you had the opportunity to leave, how a car sounds or a dog barks, as the wind rustles or how children laugh at these people experience. For this, you must capture this sound with creative means in a bottle and send them as bottle mail. Across the sea of silence she then drives up to the inhabitants of the remote island “the tasks, which is hard of hearing,” “deaf and hearing children in the project a bottle in the sea of silence” made, ask creative engagement with the topic of hearing.