Book your individual tour, workshop, or thematic tour via Zoom and receive your very own live stream tour. When you register, you will receive a brief instruction manual and interaction cards so you can enter into dialogue with the art educators at any time during the tour.
You find can also find workshops for children, DIY instructions and activity sheets for children in digital form for use at home collected on this link.
With both classical and experimental formats, the Art & Education Department offers the public the opportunity to engage with art in a variety of ways: in individual and group tours, workshops or open studios. Joint research and design can be carried out in cross-generational offerings. Adapted to different age and interest groups and in several languages, visitors can experience exciting approaches to art of the past and present.
The children's and family workshops invite visitors to discover the museum as a place full of stories and questions and to experience new forms of creative expression. The family day consists of workshops, performative formats and a lively speed dating session on current topics. We also offer rooms and support for important personal events of our audience: For example, children aged 4-12 can celebrate their birthday in the museum's modern studios.
In the school workshops, we invite students to examine the collection and exhibitions in the context of pressing social issues. We offer three school workshops for each of the large special exhibitions. In the regular further training courses for teachers we teach methods and instruments for dealing with art from all eras.
First explore the Museum yourself and then head for the studio – or the other way round? Whatever you want! Every first Sunday of the month, our studio is open to anyone who before or after touring the Museum wishes to be creative, explore things, or experiment. The studio is run by two art educationalists who are at hand with support and advice and the one or other surprise.
Meeting point: Studio in the Main Building
Date: from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. on the first Sunday of each month