What We Do

Alice Museum for Children

The Alice Museum team, composed of three permanent employees and around 15 independent, part-time employees, have been setting up interactive exhibitions for children and families for over ten years. In these exhibitions, complex topics encompassing culture, history, politics, science and the arts have been made accessible to all in exciting, three-dimensional rooms and spaces.

 

Our Exhibitions

All of the exhibitions are displayed at the FEZ over an area of 450m². They are all travelling exhibitions that visit other cities and museums throughout Germany, Austria and Luxembourg.
One current example of this is the successful POP UP CRANACH which was first set up in the Gemäldegalerie in Berlin (26/09/14 - 12/04/15), before moving on to the Lutherhaus in Wittenberg as part of the state exhibition for Saxony-Anhalt (26/06/15 - 02/11/15) and then on to the birthplace of Lucas Cranach the Elder in Kronach (06/03/16 - 26/06/16). 

Our Projects

Alongside the exhibitions we also conceptualise artistic and musical workshop projects which we then bring to schools with the help of artists and other cooperation partners. Recent projects have included the pilot project Labor Vision Freundschaft, which took place in locations across Germany, and our "Soundbox" workshop.

The Labor Vision Freundschaft project saw refugee children create friendship-themed artwork with children from mainstream schools in the states of Berlin, North Rhine-Westphalia and Bavaria. It was hoped that this project would contribute to the cultural eductaion of German-based refugees and thus provide the key to more effective integration. The aim of the "Soundbox" project meanwhile, is to increase school pupils' musical awareness and development. We bring an exhibition and workshop that focus on different sounds into the various schools and invite the pupils to experiment with different sounds themselves.