Do the museum workshop with your kids

Last weekend we went to the Modern Museum in Stockholm. I’ve been there a lot with the kids but never went to their family Sundays. When you pay your entrance the kids can for free take part in their workshops. They also have them during school holidays – like next week it’s school holiday here in Stockholm and then they’ll more workshops. It was great. First they talked about art and told the history behind different paintings. This time it was Pop art – then they went down to the magnificent art studios and they had to do their own “Warhol” screen print as you can see on the table on the first image. I just wanted to stay in those rooms forever. I need to get a studio. It was a great way to spend an afternoon with the kids!
Do you remember Örjan the painters – studio?



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October 25, 2012 at 09:41

vilken härlig syn! jag har förmånen att jobba i en sån studio på vårt kulturhus i stan(Varberg). så sjukt kul att se samarbetet mellan vuxna och barn, och ja, man vill stanna där och ja man vill ha en egen sådan studio. hej!

ps.mina ungar saknar dig i tv-rutan ;)

October 25, 2012 at 14:40
– In reply to: pippilotta/kollijox

Å lyllos dig! vad kul! och gulligt av dina kids. Jag dyker nog snart upp igen i rutan!

October 28, 2012 at 15:38

I’ve been visiting your blog for some time and I found it really inspiring. The workshops in the museum must be great as is the studio. I’ve seen such a workshop in Tate Modern in London – it was prepared for school children who had their art lesson there. It was so creative and interesting – I guess they learned much more than during art lesson at school.

April 8, 2015 at 09:48

Gorgeous! I envy the kids!!