Art Brut speaks out to youngsters, and the museum encourages such dialogue. Various activities exist for children to experience the Collection de l’Art Brut in their own way.
Workshops bring youngsters closer to the act of creating or to a particular set of themes, thanks to their gift for observation and personal interpretation. Each youngster leaves the museum with his creation in hand and a tasty snack in his stomach!

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Young People's Workshop: "Mission exploration!"— in connection with the "Michael Golz" exhibition
For youngsters ages 6 to 10
Duration: 1h45, Fr. 10.–/youngster

Come discover "Athosland," a Michael  Golz creation entailing a geographical map 14 m by 17m in size: visit its lakes, its parks, its railroads, its scary-teeth creatures...their homes, their habits...
It can be up to you to bring to life a heretofore unknown world —all its unexplored countries. You can give it a name. You can make use of the old maps and drawings to set up your own totally imaginary three-dimensional map!

Saturday 17 June 2017, 2pm
Saturday 9 September 2017, 2pm

Online booking (+41 21 315 25 70) or via the museum agenda.


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