Developed by young students for a young audience, the kunst:dialoge offer an opportunity for open exchange about artists and their work. Everything you always wanted to know about art but didn’t venture to ask you can now get off your chest. Your interests, critical questions, or sheer incomprehension have a platform here—in fact, they’re indispensible for a stimulating discussion! The events are hosted by art history students from the Universities of Cologne, Bonn, and Düsseldorf who are trained as art educators and look forward to your questions and comments.
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The students of the kunst:dialoge will be at various stations within the exhibition Nil Yalter. Exile Is a Hard Job, every Sunday from 1-3 p.m. and are happy to answer your questions.
They offer open dialogues, and individual and controversial conversations directly in front of the artworks. Being educated at the Universities of Cologne, Bonn, and Düsseldorf, they have undergone an extensive training at the Museum Ludwig in order to offer the interested, yet perhaps baffled visitor an understanding of art. This is not about fact-checking, but mostly about a personal approach toward art.
Find the kunst:dialoge on Facebook: facebook.com/kunstdialoge
Project Management: Angelika von Tomaszewski, Museumsdienst Köln
Project Coordinator: Sophie Roberts