This fall break, discover the stories behind the many works of art in the new Africa Supernova exhibition during a guided tour with a museum docent. Such a tour can be with your whole family, alone or with a friend or especially just for children where parents are forbidden! Visit the Children's Book Festival or come and do crafts in the KAdEStudio.
Please mark the following activities in your calendar:
Family tour, Oct. 14 from 1 to 2 p.m.
Join your grandparents, grandparents, siblings and parents on a tour of the Africa Supernova exhibition especially for families during the fall break. This family tour is free of charge on presentation of a valid admission ticket KAdE. And children up to 18 years old can always enter KAdE for free. You don't have to make reservations, but be sure to report at the reception desk on time, because there is a maximum of 15 people per tour.
Children's Book Festival Oct. 15 from 1:30 - 2:30 p.m. and from 3:00 - 4:00 p.m.
During the Children's Book Week we celebrate the Children's Book Festival for the tenth time. Come Sunday, October 15 to the Eemhuis Library for great performances, interesting performances by famous children's book authors, exciting treasure hunts, creative workshops and much more. Fun for all children aged 4 to 12. At Kunsthal KAdE, you can join a special tour and workshop: 'art at my house!' Want to participate? Don't forget to bring a ticket to book.
Children's tour 'Forbidden for Parents,' Jan. 7 from 11 a.m.-12 p.m. hours
Like a star exploding, so much color splashes off the wall at the Schultings' African art collection. On Oct. 22, children can join a museum docent for a special children's tour of the Africa Supernova exhibition. Together you will look at and talk about the works of art, each with its own story, subject or theme. Reserve your spot in advance.
Entry tour, Sundays from through Jan. 7 from 1 p.m.-4 p.m. (excluding holidays)
With each exhibition, we organize entry-level tours on Sundays. These tours are open to a wide audience and discuss the story behind the exhibition, the subject matter and the artist himself. The tour begins at 1 p.m. and lasts until 2 p.m. Entry tours are free on presentation of a valid KAdE admission ticket. Reservations are not required, but report to the front desk on time, as maxi. 12 people along.
Come craft in the KAdEStudio
If you visited the Africa Supernova exhibition, take a look at the KAdEStudio. Here you can make your own sculpture using thread and wool to depict something you think is important. Inspiration for this is artist and activist Laetitia Ky who creates sculptures using extensions, wool, thread and her own hair. In doing so, she opens up conversations and breaks taboos.
Will we see you at KAdE this fall break?