Teachers and school groups
Lehmbruck Museum is a popular destination for school outings. The extensive sculpture collection enables students to quickly develop a sense for three-dimensional works and art in space. In the process, they can enjoy observing the sculptures thoroughly from different angles. This enables them to obtain crucial insights. The numerous exhibits also convey an impression of more recent art history, the development process behind the works, the different materials, and the interrelationships between art and society.
There are various services for teachers and their school groups specifically tailored to the school curriculum and the needs of each particular age group. These range from classic tours and workshops to informative events for each new exhibition, as well as further training courses for teachers. It is also possible to arrange individually designed teacher training courses.
Themes for tours
1. Exploring the museum
2. Wilhelm Lehmbruck, a sculptor from Duisburg
3. Sculpture and statuary - what are they?
4. Body language - depicting human beings in art
5. Material and technique
6. Salvaged items in the Museum /Pieces made of scrap and waste
7. Mother and child
8. War and peace
9. Tour for the development of language skills
10. Art in sound - art in motion
11. Magical tour
Junior and senior high school
1. Centralized "Abitur"
In our collection you will find works of surrealism relevant to the Abitur (by Max Ernst, among others) as well as by Rebecca Horn. Our experienced art educators guide your class through the exhibition in a dialogue-based tour and sharpen their eye for the transformation of body and space. Workshops in our studio introduce artistic strategies or special techniques (aleatoric and combinatorial processes).
2. Art history, styles and epochs
3. Important figures in art and artistic strategies
4. Sculpture in the 20th century - how sculpture has developed from Lehmbruck to today
5. Art and current affairs - "Degenerate Art"
6. Art in the public space - sculpture as design and provocation
7. How does a museum work? - Museum structures and professions
8. Language learning in the museum - conversational excercises in English, French or German as a foreign language
9. Figuration and abstraction
10. Sketches and print graphics
Special themes can be arranged individually.
Information and registration
T: +49 (0)203 283-2195
Available by telephone:
Tuesday, Thursday and Friday from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m., Wednesdays from 2 p.m. to 5 p.m.
kunstvermittlung [at] lehmbruckmuseum [dot] de
Lehmbruck Museum is easy to reach using the local Deutsche Bahn rail connections. You can find special ticket offers for school groups via this link: https://www.klasseunterwegs.de/