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Foto: Frederik Højfeldt Nielsen
Foto: Frederik Højfeldt Nielsen
Foto: Frederik Højfeldt Nielsen
Foto: Frederik Højfeldt Nielsen

2nd-12th year and A-levels

Louisiana Learning is for all young guests at Louisiana visiting the museum with their school. A wide range of Louisiana-led sessions are offered. Each session is based on a theme linked to Louisiana’s current exhibitions, its collection or the museum architecture. Teacher's packs in Danish including a power point can be downloaded for free to prepare the visit.

Louisiana Learning is about exploring art together through looking, dialogue and experiments. Choose between 1 or 2 hour sessions. Enjoy a creative workshop as part of a 2 hours session which allow your pupils/students to get their hands on the techniques and materials themselves. In all the learning programmes our overall aim is to encourage the development of creative, analytical and critical skills.

Foto: Poul Buchard / Brøndum & Co. Poul Buchard / Brøndum & Co.

Learning programmes

Here you will find descriptions of instructional programmes for 1-hour and 2-hour sessions for the second to tenth classes, secondary schools and teachers’ colleges.




Louisiana Learning collaborates with several schools, high schools and organisations on long-term programs. It offers the opportunity to work in depth and develop content together.



Mobile guide to the park

Listen to the stories behind several of the Park’s striking sculptures – including works by Moore, Calder, Heerup and others.

You can download the Louisiana Mobile Guide to your mobile phone free of charge on the museum’s wireless network. To borrow an iPod or purchase headphones, ask the staff at the entrance.

Educational site

How does art change the site? And how does the site change art? ArtSites is an educational website where teachers and students can find information and inspiration on how to engage with art and context in subjects such as art, English, media, drama, history, social studies or in cross-disciplinary projects.