A visit to the Kunsthalle is again possible without restrictions.

The generally applicable hygiene regulations must be observed.

Experiencing art with all the senses not only offers added value to people with special needs and abilities.

Together with our experienced cooperation partners, we are constantly developing formats and offers. Tactile images, detailed descriptions of works, guided tours with sign language interpreters and workshops with mindfulness exercises enable our guests to have a lasting and individual art experience. 

Art to touch

In the exhibition Wild, the Weird and the Wonderful. Focusing on nature in the Kunsthalle Collection, four works of art can be experienced independently by blind visitors through tactile reliefs and accompanying audio recordings.

To the audio recordings (in German):

Ernst Ludwig Kirchner, Fränzi, ca. 1911

Ernst Ludwig Kirchner, Female Nude in a Tub, ca. 1911

Alexander Kanoldt, Still Life with Books and Lily, 1916

Christoffer Wilhelm Eckersberg, Farm in Spejlsby on Møn, 1810

Barrier-free programmes

Barrier-free programme
Art talk for visually impaired and blind visitors
Free of charge
90 minutes
Barrier-free programme
Guided tour with sign language interpreter (DGS)
Free of charge
90 minutes

Programmes for people with cancer

for people with cancer
Experience art: Mind games in front of originals
Free of charge
180 minutes
for people with cancer
Creative - here and now!
Free of charge
360 minutes

Contact

Andrea Fuest M.A.
Head of Art Education
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