2nd-12th year and A-levels
Here you will find descriptions of instructional programmes for 1-hour and 2-hour sessions for the second to tenth classes, secondary schools and teachers’ colleges.
Louisiana Learning is for all young guests at Louisiana visiting the museum with their school. A wide range of Louisiana-led sessions are offered. Each session is based on a theme linked to Louisiana’s current exhibitions, its collection or the museum architecture. Teacher's packs in Danish including a power point can be downloaded for free to prepare the visit.
Louisiana Learning is about exploring art together through looking, dialogue and experiments. Enjoy a creative workshop as part of a 2 hours session which allow your pupils/students to get their hands on the techniques and materials themselves. In all the learning programmes our overall aim is to encourage the development of creative, analytical and critical skills.
CURRENT & FIXED SESSIONS
This fall we will have a unique opportunity to travel together and visit our closest neighbor in Universe, the Moon. Seize the chance to work across disciplines such as art, film, literature, architecture, design, science and history.
The exhibition leads up to the 50th anniversary of the first manned Moon landing. The Moon is on one side a symbol of romantic longings – on the other side a natural first stop for space missions. In modern Western art, the Moon is a recurring subject of artistic investigation.
The exhibition investigates the Moon as an object of scientific inquiry, as a mythological inspiration, and as a destination for science-fiction fantasies, and a concrete territory to be conquered.
As an introduction to the themes of the exhibition, you can explore NASAs educational ressources about the Moon. Observe, draw and take notes about the phases of the Moon (som link:https://www.jpl.nasa.gov/edu/teach/activity/observing-the-moon/) or whip up a Moon-like crater (som link. https://www.jpl.nasa.gov/edu/teach/activity/make-a-crater/).
It’s all about the question, not the answer – this is how Elemental Studio’s Pritzker Prize-winning founder, Alejandro Aravena, describes the core of their practice. Turning things upside-down and breaking away from common beliefs to see new but achievable possibilities has become the trademark of the studio.
Elemental Studios are, in their own words, a ‘do-tank’ and not just a think tank.
This exhibition is the second in Louisiana’s series of monographic architecture exhibitions. These exhibitions offer the opportunity to get closer to the working process of an individual studio as well as greater understanding of how ideas become form.
Cecily Brown (b. 1969) is a British artist, but has lived in New York for the past 20 years. Ever since the beginning, painting and drawing have been her main artistic activities.
Louisiana’s exhibition shows works from 1997 until the present and is her first major European museum presentation for many years.
Although her works are partly rooted in the long-standing traditions of painting, the contemporary impacts perceptibly on the works. Brown works with many current issues, including the breakdown of the traditional gender roles, the politicizing of everyday life and the restless erotic energy of the times.
The works are created in the intersection between figuration and abstraction. The old masters – like Goya and Bosch - are in play in Brown’s works as in few other contemporary artists. Especially in her drawings, she draws on the works of other artists as models for studying and practicing compositions and subjects. Modern masters like Willem de Kooning and Francis Bacon also inspire her.
Only 1-hour sessions are available for this theme.
LOUISIANA SCULPTURE PARK
Gain a deeper understanding of modern sculptures by exploring Louisiana’s Sculpture Park.
We take a closer look at what kind of works we encounter in a museum like Louisiana.
THE LANGUAGE OF THE BODY
Does the body have a language of it's own? What ideals laid the ground for our understanding of body and identity?
ASGER JORN AND THE COLLECTION
Color explosions and myriads of figures.
2ND-12TH YEAR AND A-LEVELS
2ND-12TH YEAR AND A-LEVELS
Mobile guide to the park
Listen to the stories behind several of the Park’s striking sculptures – including works by Moore, Calder, Heerup and others.
You can download the Louisiana Mobile Guide to your mobile phone free of charge on the museum’s wireless network. To borrow an iPod or purchase headphones, ask the staff at the entrance.
ART AND SITES
How does art change the site? And how does the site change art? ArtSites is an educational website where teachers and students can find information and inspiration on how to engage with art and context in subjects such as art, English, media, drama, history, social studies or in cross-disciplinary projects.
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GET IN TOUCH
If you have ideas for projects or questions, you are more than welcome to get in touch.
VISIT WITHOUT GUIDANCE
Visit Louisiana without guidance. Remember to announce your arrival the day before you arrive, 14.00 at the latest. PRICE: DKK 125.
Unannounced visits will be registrered at arrival. PRICE: DKK 175.
If you want an invoice for your vist, please note the administration fee. DKK 125.
PANDURO is sponsor of materials for Louisiana Learning