Act for Act. In the context of the respective exhibition, we provide an exciting and diverse educational program for a variety of needs. There is something for everyone in our Family Tours, the Coffee & Art Tour, as well as numerous workshops and performances in the fields of music, art, dance and theater.
"Art first becomes intriguing when we are standing in front of something that we cannot fully explain right away.“ – Christoph Schlingensief
Act for Act - Art Education Program
Weekly guided tour
Every Friday at 3 p.m.
The guided tour presents the current exhibition. No pre-registration required. The tour itself is free, we only charge the regular entrance fee.
We also offer tours on request. If you are interested, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or call +43 (0) 316 740 084-11. Opening hours Tue-Sun 10 a.m.-6 p.m. and Thursdays 10 a.m.-8 p.m.
In addition to guided tours in German, we also offer other languages for group tours upon request. In addition to English, Italian, and sign language, we offer guided tours with translations into various languages.
Art Education Program for pupils & students – on request
We offer guided tours of about 30 minutes, held by our art education team during the opening hours. We also offer tours by appointment outside our opening hours. Guided tours are organized according to the size of the group and areas of interests.
In order to make the tour more interesting for younger audiences, we have prepared the quiz, “art detectives”. After an informative but understandable guided tour, the students can explore the exhibition independently with the help of the quiz. In addition, theatre pedagogic workshops and further discussions are available.
The admission for pupils and students is 1 € per person, the guided tour is free. For teachers and lecturers, we provide overviews by appointment.
An Art Day's Night
Thursday, 6 p.m.
Thursday evenings at 6 p.m. a program of artist talks, panel discussions, lectures, catalogue presentations, performances, concerts and general discussions on and about art will accompany the current exhibitions at free admission