• Sunday15.12.
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    Guided Tours

    SUNDAY TOURS

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    Sundays at 11:15 am

    Fee: 4 € plus regular admission

  • Thursday19.12.
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    Evening Courses at the Studio

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    Taking the works of the exhibition as a point of departure, Thursday evenings at the Studio offer a space for artistic experimentation.
    Guided by Andreas Hett or Maike Häusling, participants approach the theme of the exhibition, using various artistic techniques.
    In addition to classical techniques, you can also with your own smartphone and free apps.
    Thursdays, 6 to 8:30 pm

    December 19, 2019 with Maike Häusling

    Participants must attend at least three evenings, which do not have to be consecutive. The try-out evening can be booked individually (maximum group size: 12 per evening).

    INFORMATION ON ARTS EDUCATION
    Fee: 12 € incl. the cost of materials per evening;
    Reduced: 6 € (for students up to 27 years).
    The price includes admission to the museum from 5 pm onwards.
    Tickets are available at the museum ticket office during regular opening hours.
    T + 49 (0) 6172 404-127; -129
    info@museum-sinclair-haus.de

  • Sunday22.12.
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    SUNDAY TOURS

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    Sundays at 11:15 am

    Fee: 4 € plus regular admission

  • Tuesday24.12.
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    What's on

    Museum is closed

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    The Museum will be closed on December 24.

    Opening hours

    Tu, 14–20 
    We–Fr, 14–19
    Sa, Su, 10–18
    Dec. 25, 26 and Jan. 1, 12–18
    Mondays and Nov. 20, Dec. 24. and 31. closed

  • Wednesday25.12.
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    Opening Hours from 12 to 18 o'clock

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    On December 25 the museum is open from 12 to 18 o'clock

    Opening hours

    Tu, 14–20 
    We–Fr, 14–19
    Sa, Su, 10–18
    Dec. 25, 26 and Jan. 1, 12–18
    Mondays and Nov. 20, Dec. 24. and 31. closed

  • Thursday26.12.
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    Opening hours from 12 to 18 o'clock

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    On December 26 the museum is open from 12 to 18 o'clock

    Opening hours

    Tu, 14–20 
    We–Fr, 14–19
    Sa, Su, 10–18
    Dec. 25, 26 and Jan. 1, 12–18
    Mondays and Nov. 20, Dec. 24. and 31. closed

     

  • Sunday29.12.
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    Guided Tours

    SUNDAY TOURS

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    Sundays at 11:15 am

    Fee: 4 € plus regular admission

  • Tuesday31.12.
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    What's on

    Museum is closed

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    The museum will be closed on December 31.

    Opening hours

    Tu, 14–20 
    We–Fr, 14–19
    Sa, Su, 10–18
    Dec. 25, 26 and Jan. 1, 12–18
    Mondays and Nov. 20, Dec. 24. and 31. closed

  • Wednesday01.01.
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    Opening Hours from 12 to 18 o'clock

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    On the 1st of January the museum is open from 12 to 18 o'clock

    Opening hours

    Tu, 14–20 
    We–Fr, 14–19
    Sa, Su, 10–18
    Dec. 25, 26 and Jan. 1, 12–18
    Mondays and Nov. 20, Dec. 24. and 31. closed

  • Sunday05.01.
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    Guided Tours

    SUNDAY TOURS

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    Sundays at 11:15 am

    Fee: 4 € plus regular admission

  • Tuesday07.01.
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    ART IN THE EVENING

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    Tuesdays at 6 pm

    Guided tour and conversation about art with a glass of wine 
    Fee: 4 € plus regular admission

  • Wednesday08.01.
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    SCIENCE MEETS ART

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    Collective creativity – why we invented the internet and what to do with it now

    Wednesday, January 8, 7 pm

    Lecture by Prof. Karin Bjerregaard Schlüter, responsible for strategic development and digital teaching in the extra-occupational master’s degree course Leadership in Digital Innovation, University of the Arts Berlin

    Almost invisibly, the digital and analogous worlds have merged. Kitchen machines download their own recipes, information is delivered to us in tailored doses in real time, and our flats know better than we do when it’s time for an airing. Digitalization changes our world, but are we changing our work and life habits at the same rate? Habits have a bad reputation: they are considered rigid, inflexible and obstacles to progress. In reality, though, they are one factor in our success as a species. For example, the reflex of looking left first when crossing a road has saved many a life. It also helps survival rates to intuitively smell any new foodstuff to check its edibility. Still, we and our routines are coming under a lot of stress. Digitalization calls into question many work and life habits, apparently dividing us into flexible and retarded, into digital natives and immigrants. Does that have to be the case? What might routines for this new area be?

    Fee: 9 €

     

    INFORMATION
    T + 49 (0) 6172 404-120
    info@museum-sinclair-haus.de
    Tickets for all events are available in advance at the museum’s ticket counter or right before the event in question at the evening box office.

  • Sunday12.01.
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    Guided Tours

    SUNDAY TOURS

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    Sundays at 11:15 am

    Fee: 4 € plus regular admission

  • Tuesday14.01.
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    ART IN THE EVENING

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    Tuesdays at 6 pm

    Guided tour and conversation about art with a glass of wine 
    Fee: 4 € plus regular admission

  • Wednesday15.01.
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    PICTURE TALKS

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    Wednesday, January 15, 7 pm
    With Dr. Edeltraut Fröhlich

    In concentrated conversations, individual works of the exhibition will be viewed and discussed in context.

    Fee: 9 €

    INFORMATION
    T + 49 (0) 6172 404-120
    info@museum-sinclair-haus.de
    Tickets for all events are available in advance at the museum’s ticket counter or right before the event in question at the evening box office.

  • Thursday16.01.
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    Evening Courses at the Studio

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    Taking the works of the exhibition as a point of departure, Thursday evenings at the Studio offer a space for artistic experimentation.
    Guided by Andreas Hett or Maike Häusling, participants approach the theme of the exhibition, using various artistic techniques.
    In addition to classical techniques, you can also with your own smartphone and free apps.
    Thursdays, 6 to 8:30 pm

    January 16, 2020 with Maike Häusling

    Participants must attend at least three evenings, which do not have to be consecutive. The try-out evening can be booked individually (maximum group size: 12 per evening).

    INFORMATION ON ARTS EDUCATION
    Fee: 12 € incl. the cost of materials per evening;
    Reduced: 6 € (for students up to 27 years).
    The price includes admission to the museum from 5 pm onwards.
    Tickets are available at the museum ticket office during regular opening hours.
    T + 49 (0) 6172 404-127; -129
    info@museum-sinclair-haus.de

  • Sunday19.01.
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    Guided Tours

    SUNDAY TOURS

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    Sundays at 11:15 am

    Fee: 4 € plus regular admission

  • Tuesday21.01.
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    Guided Tours

    ART IN THE EVENING

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    Tuesdays at 6 pm

    Guided tour and conversation about art with a glass of wine 
    Fee: 4 € plus regular admission

  • Wednesday22.01.
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    HEADSTAND! AN EVENING OF STUDENT ART

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    Wednesday, January 22, 7-8:30 pm

    At five stations inside the museum, visitors are introduced hands-on to the artworks in the exhibition. Students (from the Frankfurt Institute of Arts Pedagogy) introduce visitors to art, employing surprising educational methods. The evening features talking, photography, drawing and writing. The evening closes with wine and snacks inside the museum’s studio.

    Fee: 4 €, free admission for students, no registration require

    In cooperation with the Institute of Arts Pedagogy,
    Goethe University, Frankfurt am Main

    INFORMATION
    T + 49 (0) 6172 404-120
    info@museum-sinclair-haus.de
    Tickets for all events are available in advance at the museum’s ticket counter or right before the event in question at the evening box office.

  • Thursday23.01.
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    Evening Course at the Museum

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    Taking the works of the exhibition as a point of departure, Thursday evenings at the Studio offer a space for artistic experimentation.
    Guided by Andreas Hett or Maike Häusling, participants approach the theme of the exhibition, using various artistic techniques.
    In addition to classical techniques, you can also with your own smartphone and free apps.
    Thursdays, 6 to 8:30 pm

    January 23, 2020 with Maike Häusling

    Participants must attend at least three evenings, which do not have to be consecutive. The try-out evening can be booked individually (maximum group size: 12 per evening).

    INFORMATION ON ARTS EDUCATION
    Fee: 12 € incl. the cost of materials per evening;
    Reduced: 6 € (for students up to 27 years).
    The price includes admission to the museum from 5 pm onwards.
    Tickets are available at the museum ticket office during regular opening hours.
    T + 49 (0) 6172 404-127; -129
    info@museum-sinclair-haus.de

  • Sunday26.01.
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    Guided Tours

    SUNDAY TOURS

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    Sundays at 11:15 am

    Fee: 4 € plus regular admission

  • Tuesday28.01.
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    Guided Tours

    ART IN THE EVENING

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    Tuesdays at 6 pm

    Guided tour and conversation about art with a glass of wine 
    Fee: 4 € plus regular admission

  • Wednesday29.01.
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    BUCHBAR (BOOKABLE / BOOK BAR) - JOIN THE CONVERSATION

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    "Die Hochhausspringerin by Julia von Lucadou
    Wednesday, January 29, 7 pm
    Literary conversation with the literary expert Sylvia Schwab

    Julia von Lucadou’s debut novel “Die Hochhausspringerin“ (The Skyscraper Jumper) received rave reviews upon its publication in 2018. It is set in a global megacity, a glossy world in which the border between welfare and surveillance has long dissolved. Two women are in competition: the professional athlete Riva refuses to continue functioning perfectly; the psychologist Hitomi is charged with leading Riva back onto her hyper-efficient path.
    What makes “Die Hochhausspringerin” so impressive is the accuracy with which it describes a world which is optimized, but inhuman for that very reason. A modern variation on George Orwell’s “1984”. Read the book in parallel with the exhibition and reflect your impressions over a glass of wine with Sylvia Schwab.

    Julia von Lucadou: “Die Hochhausspringerin“, published by Hanser Berlin

    Free admission

    INFORMATION
    T + 49 (0) 6172 404-120
    info@museum-sinclair-haus.de
    Tickets for all events are available in advance at the museum’s ticket counter or right before the event in question at the evening box Office.

  • Sunday02.02.
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    SUNDAY TOURS

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    Sundays at 11:15 am

    Fee: 4 € plus regular admission

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