Our Family Sundays are for families with kids aged 3–18. Accompanied by one of our art educators, we start with a guided tour, before moving on to the Zone for a creative session. The first tour starts at 11.00, for kids aged 3–7. The second tour starts at 14.00 and is for slightly older kids and teens aged 7–18.
TOUR & WORKSHOP SESSION
At 11–13 for ages 3–7 years. We start with a guided tour at 11.
At 14–16 for ages 7–18 years. We start with a guided tour at 14.
The Zone and the exhibitions. We gather at the entrance, floor 4.
Price SEK 90/person. Maximum 5 tickets per party. Both children and adults need tickets.
OCCASIONS AND THEMES
Sunday 11 February and 18 February: Half human, half machine
What can humans do that robots can’t? What are machines capable of that humans aren’t?If you were a robot, what would you look like and why? Together we will look at and explore sculptures in the exhibition “Pink Sails”.
Afterwards in the Zone we’ll create our own sculptures from cardboard.
Sunday 25 February: Art, body language and power
We will visit the newly opened exhibition “The Third Hand” where the artist Maurizio Cattelan’s art meets Moderna Museet’s collection. Together we will explore themes such as art, body language and power! We will look, reflect and ask questions to the artworks and one another.
Taking inspiration from the exhibition we will experiment with liquid plaster and the language of hands in the Zone. What power does art have? What power do you have over your artwork? You will of course be able to bring your artwork home with you, but don’t forget to photograph it first on our podium in the museum!
Sunday 10 March: Patterns and repetition
We’ll explore Rashid Johnsson’s works in the collection exhibition “Seven Rooms and a Garden”, and later, in the Zone, we’ll create our own patterns with liquid paints and palette knives.
Sunday 17 March: Cut, modify and glue
How does an image change if we remove or add something to it? We’ll explore collage in the museum collection. Later, in the Zone, we’ll create our own artworks using collage techniques.
Sunday 24 March: The world of stories
We’ll explore Anna Casparson’s artwork in the exhibition “Pink Sails” and create an accordion book using fabric and paints where the story can spread out over the pages.
Drop-in: What animal are you?
The artist Bror Hjorth loved drawing animals. When he was out travelling, he liked visiting various zoological gardens to draw the animals there. Do visit the “Pink Sails” exhibition and make your own connections to the artworks.
The whole family is welcome to create animals using pens and watercolour in our Workshop. Can we understand how animals think and feel? We will experiment with collage techniques and see what happens if we glue different kinds of eyes onto our animals.
Drop-in: What animal are you?
Sundays 11 February–24 March 2024
Children with adult company
The Workshop, floor 2
Free admission to the Workshop, tickets are required to the exhibitions
Explore on Your Own
Find adventures for kids of all ages in the exhibitions! Prepare for an exciting discussion about art and follow the trail together with an adult.
“A Divided Life” is the most extensive exhibition of work by the groundbreaking German-Swedish artist Lotte Laserstein to date in the Nordic …
A Divided Life
Seven Rooms and a Garden
In “Seven Rooms and a Garden: Rashid Johnson and The Moderna Museet Collection”, the work of American artist and filmmaker Rashid Johnson …
Rashid Johnson and The Moderna Museet Collection
Revisit the classics and discover new artists in the Swedish Modernism movement. The exhibition “Pink Sails – Swedish Modernism in the Moderna …
Swedish Modernism in the Moderna Museet collection
The Third Hand
Who has the power over art, society, life, and death? Using satire and humour, provocation and seriousness Maurizio Cattelan, questions the …