Guided tour for children “Inside Other Spaces” (—10.3.24)
Environments are artworks at the threshold between art, architecture, and design. They create and transform spaces, inviting our audience to enter, engage, and interact with them.
For children and teenagers, visiting the exhibition “Inside Other Spaces. Environments by Women Artists 1956—1976” is a unique experience. In an art museum, it's seldom possible to encounter works so intimately—to experience colors, light, and materials so directly.
During the guided tour, the group will learn a lot about a period marked by great artistic experimentation, which led to extraordinary works. We'll discuss what distinguishes each environment, how they make us feel, and the intentions of the female artists behind them.
At the same time, we want to share with the children the detective work of our team, who, using limited sources such as old photos and documents, conducted extensive research to resurrect artworks that were often shown for the first time.
The tours are suitable for school children of all ages and the content will be adapted to the age of the participants.
approx. 1 hour
85€ incl. admission
Workshop on AI and Art on “WangShui. Window of Tolerance” (—10.3.24)
Haus der Kunst presents “Window of Tolerance”, the first institutional solo exhibition of WangShui in Europe. In paintings and a large screen sculpture, WangShui explores the interconnections between human and artificial intelligence.
While AI systems may be better at playing chess than the most talented humans, they will certainly never be able to compete with us in terms of creativity – or will they? Recent developments in the realm of computer-generated images and musical compositions are increasingly challenging this belief. During a two-and-a-half-hour workshop, we will look at how art-generating Artificial Intelligence works and who is actually creative in this process - the artists, the developers or the machines?
For the conceptualization and implementation of the workshop, Haus der Kunst collaborates with the association “KI macht Schule”. We recommend the workshop for pupils from the 8th grade onwards.
The workshop can also be booked for extracurricular groups.
from 14 years
approx. 2,5 hours
105 € incl. admission
Visit withouth guide
If you would like to go through the exhibition on your own with your class, please register. Pupils in a class group pay an entrance fee of 2 € per exhibition.
For some exhibitions we offer a free children's audio guide or an activity sheet, which young visitors can use to explore the exhibition independently and playfully. Please ask at the ticket office during your visit.
Preparation for teachers and educators
At the beginning of a new exhibition, we invite teachers to a guided tour to familiarise them with the concept and content of the exhibition.
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