In 1909, our founding director, Fritz Wichert, consciously positioned the Kunsthalle Mannheim as a space for encounter. He created a modern “art museum for all” – regardless of age or background. We are still following this motto today. We seek to appeal to all of you: families, children, and young people, professionals, senior citizens, and tourists – experts and lay people, art enthusiasts and art skeptics. So it makes sense that the themes of our guided tours, debates, lectures, workshops, art discussions, and film evenings are similarly wide-ranging. In lively exchanges between visitors and curators, artists, and leading experts in art and beyond, the Kunsthalle remains a place for open conversation and cultural recreation, remaining loyal to Wichert’s founding vision.
The Kunsthalle Mannheim has begun its collaboration with the Mannheim Abendakademie.
From June 1 onward, you can book all tours and workshops for schools, children, young people, and families directly through the Mannheim Abendakademie.
- Tours for preschool children
- Museum suitcase visits to kindergartens and elementary schools
- Tours for school groups
- “Peephole art” for children aged 6–12
- Family tour “Art Journey—All Aboard!”
- Birthday parties for children aged 6–12
- Holiday workshops
- Photography/video/animation workshops for young people aged 13 upward
At the Kunsthalle, anniversaries, Christmas parties, or even just a meeting can be transformed into a fun and creative get-together. The artworks relate to all of life’s themes: A painting, a sculpture, or an installation becomes an entry point for a communal journey of discovery that will stay with the participants long after the event is over. Please get in touch for more information and to plan an event tailored to your requirements.
Information & bookings: Dörte Dennemann +49 62 1 293 6432 or firstname.lastname@example.org
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