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    Featured image: Peter László Péri. The Edinburgh Piano Quartet at the Schubert-Brahms Commemoration Festival, 1949. © The Estate of Peter Laszlo Peri. DACS Photo: Jake Walters.

    During a tour in Hungarian language, art historian Kata Benedek will give an insight into the exhibition PÉRI’S PEOPLE and the work of the artist Peter László Péri (1899-1967). This will be followed (from around 7 pm) by a concert by cellist Ildikó Szabó. With her selected pieces by two humanist composers, the musician would…

    Featured image: Michelle Martins Carvalho. Artemis, from the series »Between Heaven and Earth«, Berlin, 2020. © Michelle Martins Carvalho.

    Under the guidance of the photographer Michelle Martins Carvalho, in this workshop children work face-to-face with their companions to take personal portraits and, along the way, learn simple photography techniques. As a result, portrait photos of unique observational styles are created.

    For whom? For children from 6 years upwards and their adult companions.


    11:00 – 17:00


    Der Eintritt und das Programm sind frei.

    Featured image: Peter László Péri. Street Scene, 1937. © The Estate of Peter Laszlo Peri. DACS Photo: Jake Walters.

    Inclusive exhibition tours with different sensory experiences and creative methods for children and adults with and without disabilities. With Anna Meerwein and Tanja-Bianca Schmidt (artists and art educators).   Participation free of charge, admission only. We ask for registration until 02.11.2023 here or at or by phone at 030 – 83 22 72-58.  

    Censorship, persecution, fleeing – what do you think of this? With your self-created constructions, sound recordings and narrations, the Waldraum (Forest Room) grows and becomes the place for your stories. With Karen Michelsen Castañón (artist) and Katie Lee Dunbar (artist, educator, researcher).

    For whom? For young people from 12 years upwards.

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