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Together with the artists and their artworks, we will embark on a journey through the Brandhorst Collection. Let’s go!
Workshops and guided tours
Getting creative in the museum: Every Saturday and Sunday we offer free children’s and family programs with changing themes and techniques. Workshops and guided tours, here in the museum or remotely on every second Monday: there is something for everyone.
Getting to know art in a playful way: Our art expeditions take you on a journey through current exhibitions and to special art topics. Whether as a printed booklet in the exhibition or interactively on our website... You find all of them in our media gallery or click below for the latest adventure.
Getting creative at home
Our creative projects bring a variety of exciting ideas to your home. Whether with your siblings or parents, there are lots of things to try out and experiment with. In addition, you will find information about artists in our collection and their artworks.
You can look at, listen to and try out so many things here!
On a voyage of discovery
Explore the exhibition “Future Bodies” with “Xen” the cyborg in our children’s activity booklet—either in the museum or from your own home. “Xen” invites you to travel through time. There is a lot to discover: technological developments, body images and new friends.