Are you creative and inquisitive? Our studio is right up your street! Every Saturday and Sunday you can get to work with a wide range of different materials! Taking part is free. You do not need to register in advance.
Do it yourself in the studio
Jaime Hayon hid references to the jungle in his design of the studio. You recognise, for example, the mask-like patterns and a large workbench that looks like a snake. This is the place to be creative and explore all kinds of materials.
Build a set like LaChapelle (stop motion)
Build a small set, like David LaChapelle does for his photographs, yourself. Children (in groups) can place, move, and remove objects from a frame. During this process they regularly take photos with the museum’s tablet. In the end, these photographs are compiled to a ‘making of’ clip.
Foldable Stones (make a fantasy artwork)
The so-called ‘Foldable Stones’ are cardboard slips with which you can build great structures. This ingenious construction game is for everyone – young, old, girls, boys – with some imagination, spatial awareness, and a go-getter mentality. It is not a box of building blocks, but a new invention by designer/artist Egbert Pikkemaat, which he often uses in his creative and artistic workshops on primary schools in the north of the Netherlands.
Fold cardboard slips into square and triangular elements and build, with help of professional museum studio assistants, three-dimensional robots, space ships, castles, fantasy animals, and everything else you want. Let your hands and imagination do the work. Use cut-outs with images of museum artworks and the building’s architecture or other creative materials to give your piece of art a spectacular finish.
|When||Every Saturday and Sunday between 12 and 4.30PM|