Just like people, statues can sometimes look happy, sad or angry. But how do you know what a statue is feeling? With this program, children go into the museum to carry out research. Here, they learn the difference between a portrait and a self-portrait. They then explore the different materials used in making the (self-) portraits. In looking closer they are able to examine the emotions you can see in a statue, and they experience for themselves how they can show these emotions. During the workshop, the students make a group portrait in which is displayed a piece of each child’s identity.
Target group: Ages 4-6
Date: on request, with the exception of Mondays
Duration: 60 minutes
Cost: €5.50 per pupil, including admission fee, supervisors free (max. 1 supervisor per 10 children)
Group: a maximum of 30 students
Reservations: Email us at email@example.com or call 070-358 90 76. Please include the number of children, the age group and your contact information.
Please note: If you cancel within 24 hours before the start of the workshop, we will charge 50% of the costs.