Vincent van Gogh remains one of the best-loved artists in the world today, with a passionate appeal that touched young and old alike. Van Gogh for All is a 1.500 – 3.000 square foot traveling exhibit with a focus on the artist’s work from his time in Arles, Saint Rémy, and Auvers sur Oise. Designed for children, families and young adults, the experientially rich exhibit uses modern technology and participatory learning to engage new audiences in Van Gogh’s genius, his personal struggles, and his creative process. Van Gogh for All is a traveling exhibit that immerses you in the works of the world’s most famous painter. It’s designed to engage 21st-century audiences in the 19th-century art of Vincent van Gogh.
The Mauritshuis has created the hands-on exhibition for families with children aged 3 to 11: Hello Rembrandt! Young and old learn more about the famous painter in an interactive exhibition. Of course, everyone can also get to work as a Rembrandt pupil with paint and brushes. Learn about Rembrandt. Who was Rembrandt and why is he still such a renowned artist? Did Rembrandt have siblings, what was paint made off in the seventeenth century? In Hello Rembrandt visitors will be able to learn all about Rembrandt together.
Getting to know the painter Johannes Vermeer in a playful way: that is the idea of the family exhibition Hello Vermeer! created by the Mauritshuis. Families with children between 3 and 11 years old step into another world: Delft in the 17th century. You can learn more about Johannes Vermeer in a playful way in various 17th-century houses. The houses have been recreated after examples from Vermeer's paintings or in some cases houses that can still be seen in Delft. Various houses have had a meaning in Vermeer's life and various activities are offered in the houses based on a theme. Dressing up, doing puzzles, watching movies, there is plenty to do, interesting for young and old.