Visit us on our digital channels! With our many digital offers we try to give you the best possible access to our exhibitions. An overview of all our current offers:
TO READ - OUR BLOG
Our Blog offers many articles on our current and upcoming exhibitions.
TO WATCH - YOUTUBE CHANNEL
More than one hundred exhibition films and event documentations are on view on the Youtube channel of Haus der Kunst.
"Meet the Artist - Michael Armitage" is the second interview from the new video series in which Haus der Kunst presents young artists.
Also we offer videos on the exhibitions "Franz Erhard Walther. Shifting Perspectives" and "Kapwani Kiwanga. Plot"
TO VISIT - DIGITAL AUDIO TOUR THROUGH THE EXHIBITION "FRANZ ERHARD WALTHER" AND "MICHAEL ARMITAGE"
A digital visit allows you to see our exhibitions „Franz Erhard Walther“ and „Michael Armitage“ from home. Our virtual tour contains free digital audios, installation shots and images of the art works.
TO GET CREATIVE – WORKSHOP TUTORIAL
We offer you the possibility to discover our artist's techniques and get creative at home with our video workshops. You only need a few materials to experiment with Njideka Akunyili Crosby's photo transfer technique or create your own word painting like Franz Erhard Walther.
TO PARTICIPATE - INSTAGRAM CHALLENGE #WaltheratHome
We are bringing the artist’s ideas to your home with our #WaltheratHome campaign. We invite you to perform your own activations and share them with us. You can find detailed information about the campaign and some postings from the community in our blog article #WaltheratHome.
TO DISCOVER - HAUS DER KUNST'S DIGITAL ARCHIVE
All our digital publications on the website are still available for you even after the end of the exhibitions. Our archive consists a variety of exhibition booklets, essays, videos and learning resources about artists and exhibitions.
Media: Essays: Learning resources: Exhibition booklets:
On our Social Media channels we keep you posted with content about the artworks, the artists and the themes of our exhibitions.