Program for Kids & Families

Big and small children have been finding their ideas in the museum for more than 150 years! History, the present, and the future of art, craftsmanship, and design come to life in the MAK! New exhibitions and interesting museum exhibits are waiting to be discovered in a funny, entertaining, exciting, imaginative, informative, and creative fashion. The creative potential of young museum visitors is promoted and challenged in workshops with artists from the MAK art education team.

Upcoming Events for Kids & Families

Hut ab! Susanne Bisovsky, viennesechiccaoutchouc no. 2, August 2014 © Wolfgang Pohn
MAK Design Kids

Hut ab!

iCalSat, 05.09.2020 2.00 pm 4.00 pm
Please registerHut ab! mit der Künstlerin und Kostümbildnerin Isis Flatz

Welche Kopfbedeckungen gibt es und wozu braucht man sie? Wie kann so ein Hut überhaupt aussehen? Wir experimentieren mit verschiedenen Formen, Materialien und Techniken für unseren eigenen Hut!

DAS FORMAT MAK Design Kids

Jeden 1. Samstag im Monat, 14:00–16:00 Uhr: ExpertInnen aus Medien, Kunst und Design entwickeln ein eigenes Workshopprogramm, an dem maximal zehn Kinder, ohne Begleitung, teilnehmen dürfen. Gemeinsam vertiefen sie sich in die unterschiedlichsten Themen, beschäftigen sich mit aktuellen Fragestellungen und lernen den Umgang mit verschiedenen Materialien und Techniken.

PRAKTISCHE INFOS

Workshop für 8- bis 12-Jährige (ohne Begleitperson)
Begrenzte TeilnehmerInnenzahl
Teilnahmegebühr: € 8 (bei freiem Eintritt)
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Der (Kunst-)Stoff, aus dem die Träume sind MAK Exhibition View, 2020 BAKELITE: The Georg Kargl Collection MAK DESIGN LAB © Aslan Kudrnofsky/MAK
MAK4FAMILY
Workshop for the whole family

Der (Kunst-)Stoff, aus dem die Träume sind

iCalSat, 12.09.2020 2.00 pm 4.00 pm
Please registerDer (Kunst-)Stoff, aus dem die Träume sind
Vom Telefon über das Bügeleisen bis hin zum Eiskasten – durch die Erfindung des Kunststoffs haben unsere Alltagsgegenstände neue Formen angenommen. Bakelit, das erste günstige und für alle Zwecke einsetzbare Industriematerial, hat unsere Welt grundlegend beeinflusst. Doch aus welchen Stoffen könnten unsere Gegenstände der Zukunft sein? Lerne mit MINI MAK verschiedene Materialien kennen – und hör nicht auf zu träumen! 

Im Rahmen der Ausstellung BAKELIT. Die Sammlung Georg Kargl. 

THE FORMAT MAK4FAMILY

Every 2nd and 4th Saturday of the month (except July, August, and December) from 2 p.m. to 4 p.m., the MAK hosts a workshop and guided tour for the whole family (aged 4+). 

PRACTICAL INFO

Workshop and guided tour for the whole family (ages 4 and older)
Fee for materials: € 4.50 per child (with free admission)
Reduced admission for accompanying adults

Meeting place: MAK Columned Main Hall

 

 
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Das Material, das die Welt verändert hat – Bakelit und seine FolgenMINI MAK Tour
MINI MAK Tour
Guided Tour for the whole family

Das Material, das die Welt verändert hat – Bakelit und seine Folgen

iCalSat, 19.09.2020 2.00 pm 3.00 pm
Please registerDas Material, das die Welt verändert hat – Bakelit und seine Folgen
Guided Tour for the whole family (aged 4+) in context of the exhibition BAKELITE: The Georg Kargl Collection

REGISTRATION
Limited number of participants: registration is absolutely necessary
 
PROTECTIVE MEASURES
The general protective measures for the museum visit also apply during the tour.
Further information here
 
HEADPHONES
If possible, please bring your own headphones for the tour.
 
FEE FOR GUIDED TOUR 
€ 3,50  per child (with free admission)
Reduced admission for accompanying adults
 
MEETING PLACE
MAK Columned Main Hall
REGISTRATION
Limited number of participants (9 persons): registration is absolutely necessary
 
PROTECTIVE MEASURES
The general protective measures for the museum visit also apply during the tour.
Further information here 
 
HEADPHONES
If possible, please bring your own headphones for the tour.
 
FEE FOR GUIDED TOUR 
€ 3,50
 
MEETING PLACE
MAK Columned Main Hall
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RAIMUND ABRAHAM. Auf Kollision mit Haus und Skulptur Raimund Abraham, untitled, 1960s Collage, India ink, pencil on paper Private collection © MAK/Georg Mayer
MAK4FAMILY
Workshop for the whole family

RAIMUND ABRAHAM. Auf Kollision mit Haus und Skulptur

iCalSat, 26.09.2020 2.00 pm 4.00 pm
Please registerRAIMUND ABRAHAM. Auf Kollision mit Haus und Skulptur Der Architekt Raimund Abraham versteht Architektur nicht als Gebäude, sondern als Zusammenstoß mit einem Ort. Zeichnungen und Modelle zwischen Fantasie und wirklich Gebautem inspirieren euch für eure eigene Kopfgeburt. Skulptur oder Haus? Stadt oder Denkmal? Vorstellung oder Realität? – Kommt mit und lasst euch entführen in die Welt des Raimund Abraham!

THE FORMAT MAK4FAMILY

Every 2nd and 4th Saturday of the month (except July, August, and December) from 2 p.m. to 4 p.m., the MAK hosts a workshop and guided tour for the whole family (aged 4+).


PRACTICAL INFO

Workshop and guided tour for the whole family (ages 4 and older)
Fee for materials: € 4.50 per child (with free admission)
Reduced admission for accompanying adults
Meeting place: MAK Columned Main Hall
1459977554986

All events are held in German unless stated otherwise. For holders of the “Hunger auf Kunst und Kultur-Pass,” the MINI MAK Tour, MAK4FAMILY, and MINI MAK in Advent are free. Admission to the MAK is free for children and teens under 19.

Our different formats for Kids & Families

MINI MAK Tour

Every 3rd Sunday of the month (except July, August, and December) from 11 a.m. to 12 noon, we introduce children aged 4+ to our museum and new exhibitions via a guided tour.

Attendance fee: € 3.50 per child (with free admission), reduced admission for accompanying adults

MAK4FAMILY

Workshop and guided tour for the whole family (ages 4 and older)

Every 2nd and 4th Saturday of the month (except July, August, and December) from 2 p.m. to 4 p.m.
Fee for materials: € 4.50 per child (with free admission), reduced admission for accompanying adults

MAK Design Kids

Workshop for 8- to 12-year-olds (unaccompanied) - Every 1st Saturday of the month, 2–4 p.m. (except July, August and December): In two-hour workshops, the MAK Design Kids turn their attention to furniture, fashion, patterns, and more while always keeping an eye on digital developments.

The children will get to know design processes, develop their own ideas, try new techniques, or learn how to work with special materials. Every now and then, they will also use iPads.

Participation fee: € 8


MINI MAK Vacation Activities

For 6 to 13-year-olds we organize (in cooperation with wienXtra and others) a program around an ongoing exhibition or a focus of the MAK Collection during the school vacation in February and in the first two weeks of vacation in July.

From 10:15 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. every day from Tuesday to Friday, the children will discover the adventure of visiting the museum in the MAK Columned Main Hall.

Fee for materials: € 4.50 per day and child (with free admission), reduced admission for accompanying adults.

MINI MAK in Advent

On the first three Saturdays in December from 2 p.m. to 4 p.m., we offer a special program on a chosen subject. Ages 4 and older

Fee for materials: € 4.50 per child (with free admission), reduced admission for accompanying adults

MINI MAK4YOU

The MAK Storytellers know lots of good stories about the museum, objects in the collection from various ages and cultures, and current exhibitions. We would be delighted to organize your very own MINI MAK for you and your friends on a topic and at a time of your choosing.

Cost: 1-hour guided tour or workshop € 40, reduced admission for accompanying adults

MINI MAK Menu

CONTACT

MAK Educational Programs
Gabriele Fabiankowitsch (Head)
Florentina Prath, Thaddäus Stockert
T +43 1 71136-298

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