Playdates at the Garden “What do you see? Treasure form the sea”
Playdates at the Garden
“What do you see? Treasure form the sea”
Tokyo Metropolitan Teien Art Museum presents Playdates at the Garden, a learning program for toddlers, young kids and their family.
Join us for an amusing introduction to the Museum and art through sessions that include story time, I spy, art making and so on. We hope this program will make our museum a favorite destination for you and your children.
On Gems and Jewellery of the Medici exhibition,
We focus on the shape.
The educator will talk about pearls,
the favorite treasure of the ladies of Medici.
But the pearls are not always sphere.
Let’s pick up a baroque pearl, a pearl with
irregular shape (sorry it’s not a real one)
and imagine what it looks like.
Then make your own pearl jewellery.
|2016||May 20th, Friday||12:00-15:00|
|May 21st, Saturday||12:00-15:00|
|June 5th, Sunday||12:00-15:00|
Venue: Museum Garden (in case of rain, the program will be in Welcome Room)
No booking, Free with Museum or Garden admission.
＊This program will be mainly in Japanese, but we are happy to help you in English.
＊Every session will take 20~30 minutes. Between 12:00-15:00, you can drop in anytime.
Tokyo Metropolitan Teien Art Museum, learning program
Tel 03-3443-0201 Fax 03-3443-3228
The photos from the past sessions;
“Find and Make: leafy garden” on Emile Gallé’s exhibition
“Your heart, My heart” on OTTO KUNZLI exhibition
“Mischievous Pixies and King’s Treasure” on Art Deco In Residence exhibition
“Hello! Mr. Hundred-heads” on MASKS exhibition
These photos of children are posted with their parents’ permission.