Children & families

Varied programme offers children and their parents a possibility to explore the rich world of modern and contemporary art all year round. Children workshops every other Saturday, story-telling hours, family workshops, detective games, children art day and traditional exhibition of children art connect children and families with the events and programme of UGM.

information
: Brigita Strnad, museum advisor, 02/229 46 97, brigita.strnadping@ugmpong.si

HAND IN HAND TOWARDS CREATIVITY (3 – 99 years)
UGM, Strossmayerjeva 6 
2 – 7 October 2018 / A Week of a child
14 - 19 May 2019 / International Family Week  
led by: Sarita Zupanc in Urša Rotman
Where can you spend your spare time together? With us at the UGM! Kids, take your parents, granmas or uncles by the hand and bring them to a joint exploration of artworks, stories and games to special events in the two special weeks.
free entry

SATURDAY CREATIVE WORKSHOPS (5 - 9 years) 
UGM, Strossmayerjeva 6
Saturdays, 13 and 27 October, 10 and 24 November, 1 and 15 December 2018, as well as 5 and 19 January, 2 and 16 February, and 9 and 24 March 2019, 10:00 – 11:00 
Young visitors between age of 5 and 9 can spend two Saturdays a month exploring art, playing games and being creative. Saturday creative sessions (about 20 a year) offer an exciting exploration of visual arts and encourage children's creativity. The workshops are led by UGM curators, art students and artists and are suitable for different age groups.
price for a single workshop: 3 EUR / price for the entire programme (12 visits): 30 EUR

CREATIVE HOLIDAYS (5 - 9 years)
UGM, Strossmayerjeva 6 + UGM Studio, Trg Leona Štuklja 2
led by: Brigita Strnad
Anyone in need of adventure- listen up! Leave your parents at home and spend your vacation in company of art and friends. We'll become painters, photographers, scupltors and filmmakers.
price for a single workshop: 5 EUR (including a snack)
Applications a day in advance!
winter holidays
19 – 22 February 2019, 10:00 – 12:30
summer holidays
Tuesdays: 16 July - 29 August 2019, 10:00 – 12:30