bauhaus_family: Family events at the Bauhaus Archive (in German)
Sun. 30 March, 27 April, 25 May, 29 June 2014, 11 am-2 pm
Family workshop, age 5 upwards, booking required.
On these sundays a special programme for the entire familyis offered in collaboration with Jugend im Museum from 11:00 am to 2:00 pm (one 3-hour programme). Equally interesting for both children and parents, aspects of the Bauhaus are introduced and explored in connection with the museum’s architecture and key works in the collection.
Admission for children is 6 € / adults 9 €/ material 4.50 €.
Registration: Tel +49 30/266422242, info (at) jugend-im-museum.de
Special guided tours for families at other times are available upon request.
Bauhaus for Children and Young People
The bauhaus_vacation_programme offers 5-day morning programmes introducing the Bauhaus, architecture and design (in German).
Dates are available in the summer holidays (14–18 July) and autumn holidays (20–24 Oct.).
For further information and booking: Bärbel Mees, tel. 030/254002-43, visit[at]bauhaus.de
bauhaus_school: educational courses at the Museum
The Bauhaus Archive is one of the central locations in Berlin for imparting knowledge about architecture and design. The courses are directly linked to the everyday world of children. They will learn how to develop new points of view about their designed environment and how to actively design things themselves. The workshops last three hours and are aimed at children and young people aged 5-19.
In collaboration with Jugend im Museum e.V.,
Registration for the educational programmes in German:
Tel +49 30/266422242, E-Mail: info (at) jugend-im-museum.de
bauhaus_spacelab: the ‘BALANCE’ Project
The aim of this project, supported by Kulturprojekte Berlin, is to reveal the connections between architecture, art, literature, music and theatre work clearly using the topic of balance. It is an offer for children from the Pestalozzi-Fröbel-Haus. Over a one-year period, they will investigate various aspects of symmetry, balance and discord and put them into action creatively.
Contact: Bärbel Mees, E-Mail: email@example.com