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 plus admission (for families with children from 8 years / day ticket: 7 €, reduced 3,50 €, children under 18 years free)
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.