Holiday camp is always fun, how about Museum Camp then?
In the period 2023-2025, children from Amsterdam (9-12 years) will have the opportunity to think about the city museum of the future. What does that look like? And what does the ultimate museum for and by children look like? By participating in the Amsterdam Museum Camp, collaborating on works of art, putting together exhibitions, and installing a children’s sounding board group and children’s director, Amsterdam children help build their own children’s museum.
They help to open the minds of the public and staff and make the museum the place for children. But above all, making and looking at art offers children opportunities to reflect on themselves, their environment and the world. Are you between 9 and 12 years old? Do you live in South, South East, Weesp or Center? Do you enjoy being creative and would you like to help develop a real children’s museum? Sign up for the Amsterdam Museum Camp! The program is completely free. Register quickly!
- Time and date; From Monday October 23 to Friday October 27 from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. You are expected to be present for the entire week, but if you are unable to attend on one of the days, please let us know.
- Locations; South: CC Amstel, Cullinanplein 1, South East: Barracks Reigersbos, Remmerdenplein 100, Weesp: OBA Weesp, Oudegracht 67, Centre: OBA Staatsliedenbuurt, Van Hallstraat 615
- Program; Monday: On Monday we go to the Amsterdam Museum with the Culture Bus. The children gather at the location in their own part of the city. Here the children get a tour of the Refresh #2 exhibition. The children carry out an assignment in which they learn how to convert what they have seen and heard into art. This day may end earlier than 3:00 PM. Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday: These are the production days. The children get to work with the artists. Together they create a work of art. These days last from 10:00 AM to 3:00 PM. Friday: We finish the artwork on Friday morning. After lunch we will conclude the week in a festive manner at the location in your district. Parents/guardians are also welcome! We would be happy to show you the artwork.