30.12.2021 Our new programmes for the next six months, “Bildung und Vermittlung für Erwachsene 1/2022” (in German) and “Bildung und Vermittlung für Kinder und Familien 1/2022” (in German), for adults and children and families have arrived! The Staatliche Museen zu Berlin start the year 2022 with an exciting programme of events.
Our new programmes for the next six months, “Bildung und Vermittlung für Erwachsene 1/2022” (in German) and “Bildung und Vermittlung für Kinder und Familien 1/2022” (in German), for adults and children and families have arrived! The Staatliche Museen zu Berlin start the year 2022 with an exciting programme of events.
Counteract the tristesse of the pandemic and visit our collections and special exhibitions. Have stimulating one-to-one conversations with educators. Let curators guide you through the exhibitions. Enjoy the large formats of the museums at your leisure. Deepen your knowledge of art and cultural history in the Academy's lecture and discussion series. Take advantage of our workshops to become artistically active.
Children and families are invited to discover talking feet in the Bode Museum, fantastic dream worlds in the Neue Nationalgalerie and paradise gardens in the James-Simon-Gallerie. During the Easter holidays, they can create clay monsters and plaster ghosts at Haus Bastian or shadow theatre at Hamburger Bahnhof. We also have a lot to offer young people. How about a painted self-portrait, for example?
For spontaneous visits, we recommend our printed exhibition guides, which are available at the ticket counters in many museums.
The programmes will be available to pick up in all of the Staatliche Museen zu Berlin's museums from 10 January 2022. They are already available for download (in German):
The Solly Collection, 1821–2021. Founding the Berlin Gemäldegalerie
03.11.2021 to 30.01.2022
Nation, Narration, Narcosis. Collecting Entanglements and Embodied Histories
28.11.2021 to 03.07.2022
Hell's Black and Starlight. Dante's Divine Comedy in Modern and Contemporary Art
12.02.2022 to 08.05.2022
How to Dior. Christian Dior and His Successors
17.12.2021 to 26.06.2022
Church for Sale. Works from the Haubrok Collection and the Nationalgalerie Collection
28.11.2021 to 18.09.2022
Illustrious Guests. Treasures from the Kunstkammer Würth in the Kunstgewerbemuseum
10.12.2021 to 10.07.2022
13.05.2022 to 06.11.2022
Murcia. In Europe’s Garden
06.08.2021 to 27.02.2022
Paul Gauguin – Why Are You Angry?
26.03.2022 to 10.07.2022
Iran. Five Millennia of Art and Culture
04.12.2021 to 20.03.2022
Gerhard Richter Artist’s Books
10.02.2022 to 29.05.2022
Alexander Calder. Minimal / Maximal
22.08.2021 to 13.02.2022
Kopfarbeit – Handarbeit, Tag und Nacht. André Thomkins (1930–1985)
18.03.2022 to 17.07.2022
Ethnological Collections and Asian Art