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Because my six year old nephew can do that too!
The CoBrA Studio
The Cobra Museum has a large studio where you can work independently 6 days a week. There is paper and drawing materials ready for everyone, young and old, who is inspired after visiting the exhibition and who want to get creative. Because you can do it too, right? Of course. Then show it!
In addition, children (6+) can visit the CoBrA STUDIO every Sunday between 11:00 am and 2:00 pm in order to indulge themselves with creative assignments under the guidance of artists. Sometimes we work with paint, sometimes with plaster and sometimes with residual materials. Admission to the studio is completely free and parents can view the exhibition in the meantime. Naturally we serve plenty of fruit squash because an artist needs inspiration.
CoBrA STUDIO can also be rented for groups of children or adults.
Your birthday party at the CoBrA Studio!
The Cobra Museum organises fun, creative parties for children! During a birthday workshop at the Cobra Museum children get to work like real artists, and of course we work in the spirit of CoBrA – spontaneous and experimental. They can make a mess and are encouraged to colour outside the lines.
The birthday boy or girl can choose in advance between creating a painting (with acrylic paint on a real canvas) or a spatial piece with all sorts of exciting materials. First, a couple of CoBrA artworks in the museum are viewed and discussed. Then the children get to work. Once the works of art are done, they are discussed in the group and, of course, they can be taken home at the end of the party.
Age: 7 through 12 years.
Participation: up to 10 children.
Workshop duration: 90 minutes.
Cost: € 160.
We would appreciate it if you remain available during the time that the workshop is held. During this time, you can visit the exhibitions or relax in the Museum café.
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