Education and Mediation
KW Institute for Contemporary Art’s educational and mediation program tests together with artists and different communities new spatial, thematic, and political constellations, that investigate KW in its function as a public institution and react to the current exhibition program and its concept with flexible feedback processes. Since 2013, KW works closely with artist and art mediator Mona Jas. Jas initiated and conceived the Lab for Art Education, testing different formats of mediation that include workshops, seminars, ongoing projects, and events. Mona Jas is regularly involved during the development of the exhibition program and is therefore able to take up and expand topics and ideas in advance.
The Lab for Art Education cooperates with the Heinz-Brandt-Schule, the Alfred-Nobel-Schule, the Jugendkunstschule Pankow, the Berlin Weissensee School of Art, the ASB emergency shelter in Berlin-Moabit as part of Berlin Mondiale as well as with a7.außenseinsatz. Within the project Verknüpfungen, new cooperations with ifa-Galerie, the Bauhaus Denkmal Bundesschule Bernau bei Berlin e.V., and Bernau emergency shelters are being introduced in this hub.
Free Guided Tours
With the opening of the new artistic program under the directorship of Krist Gruijthuijsen in January 2017, visitors can constantly take part in free guided tours through the exhibitions during the opening hours.
Guided Group Tours (more than 10 persons)
max. 25 people or class size
70 € / reduced 50 €, plus reduced admission fee/person
Guided tours can be booked in german and english.
For further information on tours for large groups (over 10 people), please contact Katja Zeidler, firstname.lastname@example.org or +49 30 243459-41.
KW Institute for Contemporary Art
Lab for Art Education