Create Education Programme

We call our museum education programme Create, because every participant can make something him/herself.

Every visitor brings an entire world of his/her own into the museum, and with it one of innumerable ways of looking at what is on display here.
Every person sees and feels differently and something different. Our education programmes accordingly offer our visitors opportunities to enter into dialogue with us about what they have seen and experienced here: dialogue about knowledge and non-knowledge, questions and possible answers, seeing and non-seeing.
One question is always at the fore: what do the objects have to do with me? When we explore the museum with this question in mind, we together discover the aspects that connect us with the exhibition themes and those themes with our everyday worlds.

Comprehensive information about our educational events and activities in English and other foreign languages is available.

Please feel free to contact us.

Film and Animation: Workshop


Program from October

01. October - 31. October 2020

Immer am ersten Sonntag im Monat drehen Kinder im Museum Angewandte Kunst an ihren fünf Sinnen und entdecken, was sie alles können. Die GestalterKids probieren sich aus in der Welt der angewandten Kunst – mit Formen, Farben, Dingen zum Anfassen und Selbermachen.

Im Rahmen unseres digitalen Angebots, lädt das Programm der GestalterKids Kinder von zuhause ein, einen Teil der Museumssammlung näher kennenzulernen und selbst aktiv zu werden.

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Please register here in advance.

Participation in the Soft Opening is free of charge. If you do not show up at your booked time, the ticket expires. Any remaining seats can be purchased at the museum box office.

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Photo credits: Sung Tieu, Loveless 2019, Installationsansicht Piper Keys, London © Sung Tieu; Piper Keys, London; Emalin, London, Foto: Mark Blower

Seeing what you normally don’t see. This is what the European Day of Restoration is all about. Restorers from all over Europe open their doors on the second Sunday in October to show their world, which is otherwise hidden away.

In 2020 we celebrate the European Day of Restoration both on site and digitally. The Museum Angewandte Kunst will present a video on the Frankfurt kitchen, which is part of the permanent exhibition Elementarteile. From the Collections. Te furniture restorer Christian Dressen introduces the iconic Frankfurt kitchen.

Further information can be found here:

In summer 2021 the exhibition tinyBE will celebrate its premiere in the Metzlerpark at the Museum Angewandte Kunst. For three months seven sculptures by international artists will be presented here, which are habitable. The concept will be presented at the kick-off event. There is a limited number of participants. Registration is requested at: