POP-UP FACTORY: Outdoor family workshop
- Time of day3:00 PM until 5:00 PM
- Duration120 minutes
- Participantsmax. 10 people
- RegistrationRegister at firstname.lastname@example.org or under (089) 23805-198 Limited number of places. Remaining tickets may be purchased at the ticket desk from 30 minutes before the start.
- PriceThe workshop is included in the admission price. Free admission for children and minors.
Every Friday in September, the outdoor area of the Brandhorst Museum turns into a pop-up factory. After an introductory tour of the museum, families can become creatively active there and exchange ideas with our team about art, our exhibition and its relation to everyday social issues. In addition, the program offers numerous suggestions for discovering our museum in a new way. In line with our new exhibition Lucy McKenzie - Prime Suspect, our program in September will revolve around the theme of illusionism. This time the focus is on designing your own bags. Using Lucy McKenzie's illusionistic trompe-l'œil technique, everyday objects become works of art in their own right.
With Jasmin Jetter, Susanne Ciasto
Meeting point: Museum information desk
Participation possible either 1:00 to 3:00 PM or 3:00 to 5:00 PM.
Each family will have its own workspace with art materials. Naturally we will comply with all necessary COVID-19 requirements. We shall explain the hygiene regulations to you at reception. Prior to your visit, you must complete and sign our form for the purpose of contact tracing.
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