At the Stedelijk Museum there is always something to do for families and children. Be an artist yourself and create great things in our workshops or Family Lab, take part in some awesome tours through the museum or join some of our other family activities. And on top of all this, the Stedelijk is free for everyone under 18.
THE LAB: TINGUELY’S HEADQUARTERS
The artist Jean Tinguely thought that an artwork isn’t finished until it moves. So do your part! Step inside Tinguely’s Headquarters and bring his ideas to life. Build an useless machine and get the museum moving. There’s no such thing as standing still!
Until April 2, 2017
The Lab is sponsored by the Rabobank.
Flip it with Tinguely
Design your own machine! Pick one up at the Family lab or at the Information desk.
Curious visitors aged 6 to 12 can visit the new studios on Sunday afternoon and take a special workshop with an artist or designer! So get creative and let the experts show you how it’s done.
Check the calendar for the latest workshops and to make a reservation.
Why did Gerrit Rietveld’s wife wear sunglasses inside? And what’s the deal with those lines on Barnett Newman’s paintings? Start your exploration well-prepared with the free Family Trails and find out extraordinary and interesting things about art and the museum.
FAMILY GUIDED TOURS
Looking at art as a family isn’t just educational, it’s loads of fun! The family tour is a chance to explore the museum and artworks together, with the help of a tourguide.
Age: families with children between 6 and 12
Time: Every other Sunday, 11:30–1:00 p.m, see the agenda.
The Family Guided Tours are sponsored by the Rabobank.
The parakeet, the mermaid and the snail
For sale from March 27
An enchanting tale by Annemarie van Haeringen about Matisse and how he cut out The parakeet and the Mermaid. A magical picture-book about boundless creativity.
In collaboration with Uitgeverij Leopold ǀ 32 pages ǀ € 14,99 ǀ Dutch and English ǀ ISBN 978-90-258-6755-3