Pop-Up Factory at Museum Brandhorst
- Time of day12:00 PM until 4:00 PM
- Duration240 minutes
- RegistrationNo registration required. It is possible to join in at any time. Limited number of spaces.
- PriceIncluded in entrance fee.
OPEN WORKSHOPS FOR VISITORS OF ALL AGES IN THE LOUNGE OF MUSEUM BRANDHORST (1ST FLOOR)
On the last Sunday of every month, our lounge on the first floor is transformed into a Pop-Up Factory. There, visitors of all ages can get creative in small, practical workshops, talk to our friendly team about art, discuss our exhibition and its relationship to everyday social issues. The program also offers numerous impulses for exploring our museum in a whole new way. Very much in the spirit of our collection’s focus on Andy Warhol and the comprehensive anniversary exhibition “Forever Young”, the main topic from January to March is “Consumption”.
No prior knowledge necessary.
Children must be accompanied by an adult.
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