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Become Active for Children & Youth

For each exhibition, the PalaisPopulaire offers a comprehensive workshop program for children, young people, and adults that is devoted not only to art, but also to music, literature, and sports. Everything revolves around your own discoveries, and you can learn to become active and creative yourself.
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MusicArt@Palais for people with and without disabilities
Free family expedition via zoom with members of the Berliner Philharmoniker
Sunday, June 6, 2021, 3–4 pm

Please register here.

Colors and shapes are everywhere. In nature, in urban areas, and in the many paintings in the exhibition at the PalaisPopulaire. Artists often use shapes and colors to represent what they see, feel, and think. But can pictures also make sounds, be as quiet as a summer wind or as loud as a thunderclap? The Berliner Philharmoniker and the PalaisPopulaire invite families with blind and visually impaired children from age 5 and older, to a musical exhibition expedition. A visit to the exhibition becomes a first concert experience that invites you to participate, but also to listen and watch.

Photo: Alina Simmelbauer

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SundayPopulaire
Masks on!
Workshop for children 5 and older
July 4, 2021 3–5 pm

The registration link will follow shortly.

Mouth and nose masks serve as protection for you and others—we’ve known that since the beginning of the coronavirus pandemic at the latest. However, if we slip into a mask that covers our whole face, we can be someone else. We can transform into an animal or superhero. Artist Marc Brandenburg is also interested in transformation and masking. We view his art together and get ideas about who we want to be, what characteristics we have, and how we can represent them in a mask. Then we design our masks using many different materials.

Photo: Mathias Schormann

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SundayPopulaire
Space Art
Workshop for children 5 and older
August 1, 2021 3–5 pm

The registration link will follow shortly.

In the large rotunda, the round staircase of the PalaisPopulaire, the artist Claudia Wieser created a large work of art. Unlike in the exhibits in the gallery spaces, she did not paint on a sheet of paper or canvas, but conquers the whole space. We go directly into her “space art,” talk about color, form, and technique and the effect the artwork has on us. Afterwards, we can create a design for the rotunda ourselves using the collage technique, which can later be exhibited and posted.

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On a Stroll
Summer vacation workshop in cooperation with C/O Berlin (10–14 years old)
August 4/5, 2021, 11 am – 4:30 pm

Participation fee 40 euros, reduction possible

Registration at: education@co-berlin.org

A short stroll through the city can provide an infinite number of ideas for photos. After being inspired by the exhibition Hirnsturm II by the artist Marc Brandenburg, who takes photographs himself on his Berlin expeditions and then records his impressions of the city in drawings, the participants will set out on their own with their cameras. On the walk from the PalaisPopulaire to C/O Berlin, they will look for their own photographic history of the city. What stands out in particular? What catches their eye when they’re on the move with a focused gaze? On the second day, a visit to the current exhibitions at C/O Berlin will provide new inspiration for the photographic jaunt around the Amerika Haus. Please bring your own packed lunch!

Photo: C/O Berlin

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SundayPopulaire
Tape it!
Workshop for children 6 and older
September 5, 2021 3–5 pm

The registration link will folow shortly.

Tape art is a young art form n whch mainly tape is used. The tape can be thick or thin, colorful or black and white. During a short tour of the exhibition, we discover many abstract, or non-objective, works of art that give us ideas for tape action. We will learn about different styles and techniques and then tape our own picture.

Photo: Doro Petersen

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MusicArt@Palais
Free family expedition with members of the Berliner Philharmoniker
October 2, 10–11:30 am (with workshop)
October 3, 3–4:30 pm and 4:30–6 pm (with workshop)

The registration link will follow shortly.

Colors and shapes are everywhere. In nature, in urban areas, and in the many paintings in the exhibition at the PalaisPopulaire. Artists often use shapes and colors to represent what they see, feel, and think. But can pictures also make sounds, be as quiet as a summer wind or as loud as a thunderclap? The Berliner Philharmoniker and the PalaisPopulaire invite families with children 5 and older, with and without disabilities, to a musical exhibition expedition. A visit to the exhibition becomes  a first concert experience that invites you to participate, but also to listen and watch.

Photo: Alina Simmelbauer

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SundayPopulaire
Reading of children’s book Maybe by Guido van Genechten and workshop for kids 6 and older
November 7, 2021, 3–5 pm

The registration link will follow shortly.

“How does it begin? With nothing? Maybe” is how the entertaining philosophical story about the origin of everything and nothing begins. In the exhibition, we encounter non-objective shapes such as circles, triangles, and squares, which in the book Maybe by Guido van Genechten become plants, people, and animals, and then shapes and pure color again. Thus, the book deals in an age-appropriate, tangible way with a topic into which a great of thought has been put. We then talk about our own ideas of where we come from and represent these ideas with simple shapes in colorful pictures.

In cooperation with the bookstore Krumulus

 

 

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SundayPopulaire
Abstract Christmas paper
Workshop for children 4 and older
December 5, 2021 3–5 pm

Please register in the Ticket Shop

Abstract means without an object. So abstract art is created through the use of colors and shapes. We explore the exhibition together. Which colors are your favorites, which shapes do you like best? We get inspired by particularly beautiful works of art. Then we design great patterns and print our own Christmas paper.

Photo: Doro Petersen

Barrier-Free Offers

Workshops under the guidance of trained art mediators for blind and deaf people, as well as visually and hearing-impaired people

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