After Work: Let’s talk about Art – vor der Kunst und an der Bar
- Time of day4:00 PM until 5:00 PM
- Duration60 minutes
- RegistrationLimited number of places. Register at email@example.com or under (089) 23805-198
- Price15 Euro incl. admission and drink
Artworks attract us in many different ways. They agitate us or give us pause for thought, and sometimes their humor makes us laugh. Some artworks have such a strong effect that we can remember our encounter with them many years later. Each month, a different person chooses a work from our collection and shares with us not only art historical facts and background knowledge, but also their personal experiences and thoughts. We invite you to continue the conversation afterwards with a drink in the Museum Brandhorst Café.
30-minute talk, followed by a drink in the café
Meeting point: Museum information desk
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