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K3: KinderKunstKiste

These sessions invite children between the ages of 9-12 to discover the world of art and music through a series of presentations and activities. KinderKunstKiste is not an attempt to teach, but to encourage young people to explore and appreciate art and artists, and maybe even find the inspiration for their own sparks of creativity.

Feedback from a parent, "Thank you for a very engaging session on Brahms. The whole concept is fantastic, for it expands the learning of the child, showing horizons and worlds not covered in formal education, and having little probability of being discussed at home unless parents themselves have had exposure to it and have a taste for it. Your format and objectives are good. This is not the forum to teach intricacies. You are doing the right thing by providing exposure."

These sessions will be presented online on every third Saturday of the month, from 4:30 pm to 6 pm. To sign-up for the session please use the link below for registration. You will then soon receive a link and instructions on how to take part in the session. 

We also welcome parents who would like to participate in the session.

The number of participants is limited.

Register for the programme

K3: KinderKunstKiste (Ages 9 - 12)

Online Sessions from 4:30 to 6 PM
  • 21 May: Art – Franz Marc (Artist)
  • 18 June: Music – Richard Strauss (Music composer)
  • 16 July: Art - Sigmar Polke (Artist)
  • 20 August: Music - Arnold Schoenberg (Music composer)
  • 17 September: Art – Paul Klee (Artist)
  • 15 October - Momo by Michael Ende
  • 19 November - When Hilter Stole Pink Rabbit by Judith Kerr

Sessions will take place ON ZOOM


Coming up next

Paul Klee © Thinkarts, Portrait photograph Hugo Erfurth, Dresden

Paul Klee

Saturday, 17.09.2022 I 4:30 pm to 6 pm I Online

We invite children between the ages of 9-12 to discover the world of art and music through a series of presentations and activities. After the fantastic response to the last session, we are delighted to announce our second session of the series.

Featured artist of the month: Paul Klee was a German painter. He had a very distinct art style that was influenced by several movements in art, including expressionism, cubism, and surrealism. A ground-breaking 20th-century artist, he worked with other artists including Wassily Kandinsky and Franz Marc, to bring new perspectives to art.

Follow the link below to register.

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