Storytelling café and poster workshop

Tid: Sunday, March 26, 2017, from 11 AM til 3 PM
Sted: The Johannes Larsen Museum

What should your story look like?

Come and hear a beautiful (and a little bit sad) story about Alhed and Johannes Larsen told by one of our talented educators in the museum’s storytelling chair.

JL: Strudsepar

In the workshop, we’ll turn the story into creative ideas and layouts, making handsome, decorative posters with pencil, ink and watercolours.

We will, of course, get inspired by the many beautiful works of art in the museum.

 

(Johannes Larsen: Pair of ostriches. Poster for the Copenhagen Zoo, 1909. Lithograph.)

Calendar

Family workshop: Seafolk and landlubbers
Sunday, April 30, 11 AM-3 PM
The Johannes Larsen Museum

Come and get inspired, it will be creative and fun!

Concert: The Scent of Lindens and the Time of Roses
Wednesday, May 10, 7 PM
The Johannes Larsen Museum

Songs from the Gardens of the Romantic Movement.

Owls in the garden
Sunday, May 28, 11 AM-3 PM
The Johannes Larsen Museum

We will celebrate Day of the Birds at the Johannes Larsen Museum with a visit from the Owlery.

Family workshop: Draw and paint your favorite animal
Sunday, May 28, 11 AM-3 PM
The Johannes Larsen Museum

Is it longhaired, shorthaired? Does it have feathers or fur?

News

Alhed’s Apple Blossoms fetched from Sweden
29. March 2017

At the moment, works for the exhibition “The Garden by the Sea” are being gathered together.

Sybergland seen from Villa Wheel-legs
20. March 2017
The Johannes Larsen Museum

The Municipality of Kerteminde has gotten inspired by painter Fritz Syberg’s little house on wheels, Villa Wheel-legs, for use at the new recreational nature preserve, Sybergland.

Birthday present from the Albani Foundation
15. March 2017
The Johannes Larsen Museum

A major contribution from the Albani Foundation will assure that the 150th anniversary of Johannes Larsen’s birth will be fittingly celebrated.

A new work from PAX acquired by the museum
15. March 2017
The Johannes Larsen Museum

A fine little pen-and-ink drawing from 1955 gives new insight into where the PAX-collection at the Johannes Larsen Museum comes from.