Monday, 6/17/2024

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An exhibition with an audio tour for children aged 6 to 10 years old with their families

"Fly with me! Fly with me!", calls Albi, the Alpine swift, who nests under the roof of the Linden Museum during the summer months. On your flight through the permanent exhibitions, you will encounter the transparent kangaroo, hear about an extinct bird, meet the octopus Toko, and listen to the conversation with Seraa, the elephant. Whether in pictures or clothing made of wood, ceramic, and stone - the animals and their representations tell stories about the coexistence of humans and animals. This relationship is not always easy. On the one hand, many animals are admired, revered, and valued as companions or domestic and utility animals, but on the other hand, their habitats are also destroyed and they are hunted or driven away.

In the exhibition, the illustrator Promina Shrestha brings the animals on the objects to life through her pictures. On the listening and stamp rally, you will discover with Albi what the animals have to say, solve riddles, and collect stamps.

Admission: EUR 4,-/3,- / free for under 18 years

As part of the Taking Care project, co-financed by the Creative Europe program of the European Union

Tue to Sat from 10 am to 5 pm, Sun and holidays from 10 am to 6 pm

Event data provided by: Kulturkurier

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