EDUCATION

Do you want to learn more about the world of contemporary arts? Our educational programs bring the unusual world of contemporary arts closer to various groups of children and adult visitors. Their aim is common thinking on selected topics and exhibited works and their creative interpretation, which creates space for personal attitude and experience of each visitor. They are open to families, kindergartens, primary, secondary and high schools, young people, adults and seniors, to whom we offer different types of programs, lectures, discussions, guided tours and workshops.
 

Exhibitions:


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Programmes for schools to the exhibition:


We are preparing autumn programme. More info soon.

 

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Other programmes: 

Limits of Art
For the students of secondary schools
Have you joined the competition for secondary schools Have you got an artistic vein?(Have you got an artistic gut?) Be at home in contemporary art and make yourselves familiar with the works of art that “caused revolution” in art. Join us and cross the limits of the traditional perception of an artistic artefact.


From the backstage of the gallery
For the university students of humanities
The presentation focuses on demonstration of methods used by the gallery pedagogy (education) as well as the interpretation possibilities of contemporary art.


 


The programmes need to be pre-booked minimum 5 days in advance: +421 2 2047 6217
vzdelavanie@kunsthallebratislava.sk
Programmes duration: 60 – 90 minutes
The minimum number of participants: 7, maximum 30, for the creative workshop – 20 pupils/students.
The pupils/students will be under supervisory liability of their pedagogues.


The educational programmes are managed and implemented by the KHB pedagogues:
Mgr. Daniela Čarná, PhD.
Mgr. Art Lucia Kotvanová
Mgr. Ivana Krištofíková (external associate)
 

Opening hours:
Monday: 12.00 a.m. – 7.00 p.m.
Tuesday: closed
Wednesday: 1.00 p. m. – 7.00 p. m.
Thursday – Sunday: 12.00 a.m. – 7.00 p.m.
(For schools, we can offer the programmes starting at 10.00 a.m.)

 

For past activities see Archive