SCHIRN STUDIO

Planned as an ongoing workshop program for children and young people aged between 6 and 19, individual course blocks offer participants a change to examine concepts, methods, media and techniques in fine art. The age-specific courses prompt the kids and young people to take a close look at the exhibitions at the SCHIRN, expand their own practical art skills and make an important contribution to their all-round character development. The themed units foster interest and courage in trying new things and prompt unconventional ways of thinking and expression. In German

Study places on request – supported by the FRIENDS OF THE SCHIRN

KNOWLEDGE OF ART

AGE 12–15

To the exhibition RENÉ MAGRITTE

Thursday, May 18 + JUNE 1, 4-5.30 pm.

The relationships between words and images, from the visible to the invisible in Magritte’s works, prompt pictorial experimentation with concepts and writing in the image. Personal ideas become typographical representations in acrylic on canvas and other techniques

ART AS A MEETING POINT

AGE 15–19+

To the exhibition RENÉ MAGRITTE

Friday, MAY 19 + JUNE 2, 5-7 pm

Magritte’s works provide orientation and inspiration for a pictorial confrontation of personally relevant themes. In the design of individual works, participants can make use of the broad spectrum of materials from the Schirn Studio as well as diverse artistic techniques