The Museum Sinclair-Haus is a place of extracurricular learning: school classes and teachers are cordially invited to explore and discuss the exhibitions at the Museum Sinclair-Haus.
In the mornings, the Museum is open exclusively to pre-registered groups from schools and universities. After a short introduction, the exhibition can be visited individually at leisure. Brief exercises offer impulses and open new perspectives on the subjects of the exhibition. At the end, visitors’ observations are collected and reflected in conversation.
Fee: 50 € per group (max. 10 persons)
duration: 1 hour
Registration: T: + 49 (0) 6172 404-120 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Masks covering mouth and nose must be worn in all the museum spaces.
As impulses for your lessons, we recommend our leaflets “Blattwerke” and the videos “kunstnaturexperimente”.
For Teachers and Artists
Online insights into the exhibition and its educational aspects
Date: Fri, Sept. 11, 5-6 pm
This digital meeting is about education ideas regarding selected works in the exhibition “What is Nature?”. From different perspectives, the relationships between humans and their surroundings are observed, exploring the question what we consider “nature”. Practical ideas for education work with different age groups will be discussed.
A video conference for teachers and artists via Teams Education with Kristine Preuß and Manuela Büchting, arts educators on the Museum Sinclair-Haus staff.
Free after registration (by Sept. 7):
T +49 (0) 6172 404-120
After registering, participants will receive a login link for the video conference.
The Museum Sinclair-Haus currently cooperates with two schools, which are studying the contents of the Museum’s exhibitions over a longer period of time.