11 am – 2 pm Tour: Fluentum, Brücke-Museum, Haus am Waldsee, ›BAW Garten‹
Tickets: 10 / 5 Euros
3 – 6 pm Tour ›BAW Garten‹, Haus am Waldsee, Brücke-Museum, Fluentum
Ticket: 10 / 5 Euros
8.50-10.30 am Please bring own blanket, mat and a negative covid test (max. 24h) 15 Euro per session / 130 Euro book of ten tickets /110 Euro FuF members Sign up via email@example.com
Since 2014, Haus am Waldsee has regularly been offering yoga classes open to all. Govinda teaches in the Sivananda tradition every Wednesday from 9.00 to 10.30 am.
18 Euros (reduced 15 Euros) Tour held in German Max. 14 participants
Register via firstname.lastname@example.org
Haus am Waldsee, Georg Kolbe Museum, Brücke Museum and Kunsthaus Dahlem are four established Berlin institutions for modern and contemporary art on the outskirts of the city. All three houses are characterised by their charming combination of art, nature and architecture. Since their foundation, the houses have changed but at the same time they still bear living testimony to their history, reflecting Berlin’s plurality as a city of art.
Cycle with us from house to house and gain in-depth insights into the history, architecture and concept of your four favourite art venues in Grunewald.
The tours are led by Karen Grunow (freelance art educator and journalist), they take place every last Saturday of the month and in all weathers. The total length is 16 kilometres.
Meeting point is the Georg Kolbe Museum. Please note that the exhibitions will not be visited during the tour. On the day of the tour, participants will have the opportunity to visit the exhibitions at the Georg Kolbe Museum (starting point) and the Haus am Waldsee (end point) at a reduced entrance fee.
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Free admission to many of Berlin’s museums and exhibition spaces. Every 1st Sunday of the month
Since 2014, Haus am Waldsee has regularly been offering yoga classes open to all. Govinda teaches in the Sivananda tradition every Wednesday from 9.00 to 10.30 am
2 – 5 pm No booking necessary Children for free, adults pay admission to the exhibition: 7 / 5 Euros
Every second Saturday of the month, families can embark on a journey of discovery through the world of contemporary art at Haus am Waldsee. After a short tour of the current exhibition, families are invited to be inspired by the works of artist Tony Cragg and to experiment with their own drawing.
The offer is aimed at families with people of all ages and aims at a communal experience of looking at and creating art.
20.10. – 22.10. Three days, 10 am – 1 pm For children from 8 to 12 years of age Fee: 30 Euros, max. 10 participants Please register until 13 Oktober via: email@example.com
Who says drawing is boring? The Tony Cragg exhibition at the Haus am Waldsee proves it: Drawing is much more than serious sketching with pencil on paper. You can draw with different materials. Sometimes large, sometimes small, sometimes with the hand, sometimes with the foot or even the whole body! You can draw on paper, on cardboard or in the whole room. In the three-day holiday course, we let ourselves be driven by various drawing experiments and playfully approach everything that drawing can be. You’ll be surprised!
2 – 5 pm No booking necessary Children for free, adults pay admission to the exhibition: 7 / 5 Euro
Haus am Waldsee Internationale Kunst in Berlin Argentinische Allee 30 14163 Berlin 030 / 801 89 35
U3 Krumme Lanke S1 Mexikoplatz
17.9.21 – 9.1.22 Tony Cragg Drawing as Continuum fully accessible
Tuesday to Sunday from 11 am – 6 pm Closed on Mondays Open on public holidays
7 Euro 5 Euro reduced Free of charge for children below the age of 18
Tuesday to Sunday from 11 am – 6 pm Closed on Mondays
Tony Cragg, Untitled, 2019, Pencil on paper, 63 x 44 cm, Courtesy the artist, photo: Lisson Gallery, © VG Bild-Kunst, Bonn 2021
Tony Cragg, Untitled, Pencil on paper, 56 x 43,7 cm, Courtesy the artist, photo: Michael Richter, © VG Bild-Kunst, Bonn 2021
Tony Cragg, Manipulations, 2005, Wasserfarben, 37,5 x 53,5 cm, Courtesy the artist, Photo: Christer Hallgren, © VG Bild-Kunst, Bonn 2021
Tony Cragg, Chromosomes, 2005, Wasserfarben, 52,2 x 41,2 cm, Courtesy der Künstler, Foto: Michael Richter, © VG Bild-Kunst, Bonn 2021
Artist talk with Christiane Löhr
Reading with Marion Poschmann
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