A symbol for luck?
WHO ARE “THE THREE FRIENDS OF WINTER”?
AND WHAT DO DRAGONS SIGNIFY IN CHINA?
Children can find the answers to these and many more questions from the museum education program in the Museum of Lacquer Art (Museum für Lackkunst). The program is aimed at children between 8 and 12 and consists of a guided tour and practical and interactive parts.
The children embark on a journey through China and Japan, a world steeped in history and legend. They can admire magnificent items from the imperial court as well as other artistically crafted artifacts and learn how they were used in daily life.
Legends and myths about dragons, gods of luck and bats let visitors young and old immerse themselves in the fascinating culture of the Far Eastern world. In a "Scholars and Samurais" game of strategy, they become a part of the whole themselves. They will also make their own souvenir using the Japanese art of paper folding. The museum education program of the Museum of Lacquer Art is free.
For school classes from grade 3 to 6
Duration: Approximately 70 minutes | Free of charge – travel costs can be reimbursed upon request
Times: With advance registration only, every Monday at 9:00 am,
10:30 am and 12:00 noon
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