School holiday - Autumn Break in the Children's Wing
During the Autumn break there are loads of things to do in the Children's Wing. You can paint, draw and create your own art works in the open workshops. You can bake your own twist bread over a bonfire, and explore the Sculpture Park and find all the Autumn colours and shapes and gather them in a botany book.
See the full programme for the holidays below.
FOR WHOM: Children 4-16. Children under the age of 6 must be accompanied by an adult.
Louisiana houses - building workshop at 11-17
With a glue gun in one hand and the image of Louisiana's buildings in you head, you can build your very own house out of black matches, small trees and corrugated paper.
Bird sculptures made out of clay - inspired by Sonja Ferlov Mancoba at 11-17
The Danish sculptor Sonja Ferlov Mancoba simplifies the shape of the birds. Create your own sculpture with two birds. Can you get them to look at each other?
Marina Abramović – crystals and energy-hats at 11-17.30
Marina Abramović uses the body, crystals and energy-hats as her material in her works. Try the crystal-shoes and create your own energy-hat.
Philip Guston - drawing workshop at 11-17.30
How does your desk at home look – are you messy or do you prefer to have it all nice and in order? Draw and paint all that you have laying on your desk just like the painter Philip Guston.
Sculptural twist breads at 12-16
Weather permitting ypu can shape, bake and eat your very own sculptural twist bread in the Lake Garden.
Per Kirkeby - painting workshop at 11-17
The artist Per Kirkeby has cut cars, aeroplanes, cabins, figures and dots out from magazines and newspapers and placed them in his paintings using stencil technique. Paint your own story with stencils.
Botany book – guided tours for the family in the Sculpture Park at 13.30-14.30, children between 4-16 years old.
Explore the Louisiana Sculpture Park with a biologist and draw the Autumn colours and shapes in your own botany book. Registration will be on the same day in the Children's Wing.
Guided tours for the family in the exhibition Being There at 12-13, children between 4-16 years old.
The tour guides form the Children's Wing will take you through the exhibitions real and virtual worlds and look at how machines and people affect each other - also in art. Registration will be on the same day in the Children's Wing.
Autumn break competition
Go and explore in the exhibiton Rineke Dijkstra - The One and The Many, and draw your favourite portrait. Remember to write your name, address and your age on the portrait before you hand it in in the Children's Wing. The winners will have a present sent to them from Panduro.