Is it a dollhouse?! Join in!
The participatory tour of a different kind – for children, teenagers and families!
Dolls are only for girls? Not true! The cooperation of the Sammlung Goetz in the Münchner Stadtmuseum shows in its new exhibition how diverse the themes of puppet theater, disguise, showmanship, and corporeality are implemented in contemporary art.
In our participatory tours, we want to experience the themes of "body" and "self-expression" in a playful and performative way in various stations. Masquerade, clowning and role models are some of the thematic focal points that can be creatively addressed directly in the exhibition with just a few materials.
The exhibition (Not) A Doll’s House. Traditional Roles and Brand-New Images offers many wonderful opportunities to let off steam creatively and learn something new. MACH MIT / JOIN IN and embark on a journey of discovery: Create unusual masks with wooden sticks, cardboard and feathers. Create silhouettes of characters you have made up or of yourself. Create little doll scenes in a dollhouse or shoebox you've drawn yourself. Or slip into different roles and stage yourself in front of the camera like the great artists. The hands-on tours and workshops offer many great opportunities to let off steam creatively and learn something new.
Free of charge. A free ticket is required to visit the exhibition.
Course of events
Exhibition tour followed by a workshop in the studio (if there is good weather and warm temperatures, the creative part of the hands-on tour will take place in the courtyard of the Stadtmuseum)
Foyer of the Münchner Stadtmuseum (St.-Jakobs-Platz 1, 80331 Munich)
Max. 12 persons
Bookable participatory tours for remedial classes
We also offer bookable participatory tours for remedial classes - also free of charge and plus admission (see above). These are subsidized by the Kunststiftung Ingvild und Stephan Goetz. Information and registration is available here: