QUARANTEENS @ KANAL: PLANTASTIC!
John M Armleder often incorporates plants and flowers in his work, both real and artificial. He hangs Christmas trees upside-down from the ceiling of the museum, for example, or plants artificial flowers in car tyres. During this workshop we will be working with real plants and flowers and you will be making your own herbarium!
What on earth is a herbarium, I hear you cry? Well, a herbarium is a collection of dried plants attached to sheets of paper. Based on this idea, StudioFluo uses dried wild flowers, herbs and leaves to create real works of art. We explain the technique, you choose from a wide range of flowers and you make your own composition. In other words you have to opportunity to create your own work of art. Modern, beautiful, abstract ... a wreath or in the shape of a letter. We will guide you through all possible designs.
KANAL is a museum like no other. The temporary exhibition It Never Ends with works by Swiss artist John Armleder & friends features Christmas trees growing downwards from the ceiling and disco balls that get everyone in the mood to party! And exclusively for Krokuskriebels, we offer an extensive 'à la carte' family programme throughout the spring break with children- and parent-friendly workshops. Child-only activities are available for parents who do not wish to take part in the workshops! Parents will still be able to enjoy a visit to the exhibition with or without a guide. At KANAL, we want to ensure that everyone is able to visit the museum safely. This is why we have had to limit the number of visitors to the exhibition and the number of participants in workshops and different activities.
From 13 to 21 February, the Gezinsbond is organizing the 10th edition of Krokuskriebels! Especially for Krokuskriebels we offer an extensive family program throughout the spring break. Discover the full "à la carte" program and make your choice!