Kunst Unlimited

Kunst Unlimited! A Day for Everyone

Saturday, 24 September 2022, 10 am – 5 pm

The diverse programme of "Art Unlimited!" shall overcome linguistic, financial and social barriers. In addition to various activities for children and families, elderly people and their carers as well as individual visitors, guided tours were offered in which Russian, English and French were spoken if required.
Focuses were on:
- Barrier-free educational offers developed within the scope of the project Brückenschläge ;
- Offers for people with dementia and their relatives;
- Presentation "Art as a Bridge" with drawings and prints that enter into a dialogue with artworks in the gallery rooms, created in a course for refugees.
An intercultural flea market invited visitors to grub for special treasures.

Admission is free for all visitors on this day.

Review 2020:

Due to the situation regarding Covid-19, this annual event at the Kunsthalle was held in a somewhat different manner. Kunst Unlimited campaigns have been realised in the spirit of open arms and a culture of welcome. Including video tours of the collection and creative tutorials in different languages:

Video tours of the collection in German, Arabic, Turkish, and Russian

You don’t always have to be physically present to experience the masterpieces at the Kunsthalle Bremen. The museum offers rotating online tours of the Kunsthalle on its YouTube channel. For Kunst Unlimited! The Kunsthalle is taking things one step further: In addition to German, three short tours by the museum director and curators on the topics of Images of People, The Forest, and Bremen and the World can be seen in Arabic, Russian, and Turkish.

The videos can be viewed for free on the Kunsthalle Bremen’s YouTube channel: Kunst Unlimited 2020


Video education campaign

In a new creative tutorial, museum educator Vanessa Hartmann shows children how easy it is to create a sculpture using just cardboard, scissors, brushes, and paint. Inspired by the busts on exhibit in the Kunsthalle’s collection, children are invited to construct their own heads or figures.

Video instructions in Arabic, Russian, and Turkish can be found on the Kunsthalle’s YouTube channel:

Arabic
Russian
Turkish
German

Promoted by the programme: