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Due to the situation concerning Covid-19, we are offering an alternative workshop program. Entry is possible only upon registration. You can do so by using the registration form, which is hanging next to the atelier door. Registering in advance or reserving a place is unfortunately not possible. A maximum of 5 children can be admitted per workshop and parents are unfortunately not allowed to attend the workshop. We ask you to stay at home if you have any coronavirus-related symptoms and, of course, to follow the government’s hygiene measures in the museum as well. This will enable us to work with all our visitors on ensuring that a visit to our museum is enjoyable and responsible.

Create your own linocut

Would you like to learn more about graphic art, and what makes the work of M.C. Escher so special? During our linocut workshop, you will make your own graphic work. Every Sunday afternoon you can join us.

Unfortunately, our March 20 workshop had to be cancelled.

The following applies to the workshop

Age: 7-16 years
Number: Up to 10 children
Registration: Via the registration list in the museum, at the Atelier
Time slots workshops: 12.30-13.30, 13.45-14.45 en 15.30-16.30
Costs: Admission is free for paying visitors
Location: Escher Atelier

Photo's: Fred Ernst

Create your own tessellation

M.C. Escher was fascinated, maybe even obsessed, by tessellations. He could puzzle for hours, days and months on the many ways a plane could be filled with repetitive figures.

Would you like to try this yourself? Now you can. On Wednesdays during school holidays, we organize a special workshop in which you can make your own tessellation!

The following applies to the workshop

For: Adults and children
Number: Up to 15 participants
Time: Walk in from 12.30pm to 3.45pm
Costs: Admission is free for paying visitors
Location: Escher Atelier

Dates for 2024

17, 24 and 31 July
7, 14 and 21 August
30 October

Regular division drawing no. 71, April 1948

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