Let us inspire you.
Being creative together with like-minded people will transform your museum visit into a lasting memory – and will be a lot of fun! We offer a wide-ranging programme of public and individual workshops and creative events for adults, young people and children, nursery schools and school classes focusing on our changing exhibitions and different techniques.
The public workshops are always held in German. All families and children are warmly welcomed to our open family and children's workshops and the regular children's workshop »Creative Kids«!
can be booked in English and French.
Workshops for people with physical or mental disabilities
are also available in English by prior arrangement and can be individually tailored to the needs of the group.
Cost: € 50 per hour plus entrance fee per person
The meeting point for all guided tours is by the museum ticket desk in the entrance area.
In addition to the public workshops you can also book all the workshop formats in English and French as individual workshops for your group.
Workshops may be cancelled at no charge up to 4 working days before the agreed date. After that we make a cancellation charge of € 25.
Claudia Heller | firstname.lastname@example.org |+49 2228-9425-36
Nicole Schmidt | email@example.com|+49 2228-9425-36
Drawing in the museum
When sketching and drawing in front of the artworks your way of looking at art is honed and a variety of drawing techniques can be tried out and learned.
Inspired by the paintings in the Sammlung Rau for UNICEF or artworks in our changing exhibitions, you can learn about different paints and painting techniques and try them out in abstract or representational pictures of your own.
Starting from the three-dimensional artworks and sculptures of Hans Arp and Sophie Taeuber-Arp, you will have the opportunity to try out different sculpture techniques and to work with clay, soap or wax as well as plaster, wood or stone.
Produce printing stocks and do some printing yourself: in our printing workshop you can learn about and personally try out different printing techniques from frottage to stamping and from letterpress with Styrene, linoleum or wood to drypoint etching.
The poems of Hans Arp and the Dadaists, not to mention the wonderful stories around the Rhine and the romantic RhineValley, provide an inexhaustible source for your own sound poems, imaginative stories and travel reports.