Youth in the Museum • Monotype

Sun. February 25, from 2 p.m. to 5 p.m.

Photo of child creating a monotype
Children create monotypes in the printmaking studio

Family leisure at the museum!
What are unique prints or monotypes? Paul Klee called this technique oil paint drawings for himself. Working on your own by means of rolling, scraping or drawing in and from colored plates to paper results in fantastic color gradients and shapes. Various printing techniques as well as tools and machines of an artistic printing house are presented. The course promotes the joy of experimentation, drawing skills and observation, sharpens the eye for details and provides access to art and printing technology.

Max. 9 participants, from 6 years
3 hours, 14:00 – 17:00, 22,50
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