Werkstatt für Kreative Stiftung Kunstforum Berliner Volksbank

From 17.02.2022 Werkstatt für Kreative and Stiftung Kunstforum Berliner Volksbank are open again

Dear Art Lovers,

we are open again form the 17.02.2022 and look forward to you visiting "CASH on the Wall", Tue-Sun 10am – 6pm, in compliance with the applicable hygiene and distance regulations, according to the Infection Protection Ordinance of the Berlin Senate Chancellery. This means a minimum distance of 1.5 meters from other people, wearing a face mask that you have brought with you (FFP2 masks), contactless payment if possible (on site, no online tickets) and a maximum of 28 visitors at the same time in the Stiftung Kunstforum Berliner Volksbank.

You must also either have recovered or be vaccinated. This must be proven by a valid electronic vaccination or recovery certificate. Our cashiers will ask you for it and record it electronically. Unfortunately, we will not be able to let you in without submitting this evidence. You can leave your contact details on site or log in via the Corona Warn app or Luca app.

The 2G rule applies there is no obligation to make an appointment.

The Werkstatt für Kreative with their program is also open again from February 2022, the regulations also depend on the applicable regulations, when visiting the adult companions must also provide proof.

We will be delighted to see you again soon and continue to inform you about the current changes. You are welcome to register for our newsletter which we will publish at regular intervals.

Your Team Stiftung KUNSTFORUM der Berliner Volksbank gGmbH

With Werkstatt für Kreative launched in summer 2005, Stiftung KUNSTFORUM der Berliner Volksbank gGmbH is one of the pioneers in the cultural mediation segment for children and young people in Berlin. The interactive, age-differentiated tours and workshops for school classes, in particular, have been and are very well received. Since it was founded in 2005, almost 51,000 children and young people from Berlin and Brandenburg have taken part in 2,450 free workshops. 

Complementing the exhibitions at Kunstforum, children and young people learn artistic techniques such as drawing, watercolours, drypoint, collages, printing or modelling under the expert guidance of museum educators. 

Additionally Werkstatt für Kreative also offers external art education programs during events such as “IGA Berlin 2017”. It regularly contributes to holiday offers such as “FEZitty,” “kids Kreativ” and “KinderKulturMonat.” 

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