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Cy Twombly at Museum Brandhorst

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Museum Brandhorst
Theresienstraße 35A 80333 München
Besucherinnen vor großer Skulptur
Workshop

Get in Touch – The Body as Material and Inspiration

  • Time of day5:30 PM until 7:30 PM
  • Duration120 minutes
  • Participantsmax. 12 people
  • RegistrationWorkshop included in the price of admission | Limited number of places | Places will be allocated on site (Factory Room beside the cloakroom) | We recommend arriving on time and booking an online ticket | Free ticket available for children and teenagers under 18 years old | Please observe the current protection and hygiene measures.

Description

How are we perceived by others? How do we feel and what do we feel like? Our bodies are not just mere shells that contains us, but an active mirror of our feelings, the representation of our personalities and identities, and they are influenced by our environment.

Together we will experience our own bodies, arms and faces, relying entirely on our sense of touch. We will then transfer this experience in drawing or in material and form..

 

The workshop will be run by Catrin Morschek. The number of participants is limited. If you wish to reserve a place, please register at buchung@pinakothek.de. Possible workshop languages: German, English.

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