Creative classes for children at the gallery

The first Sunday of every month is full of activities for children at the National Gallery of Denmark.

SMK Gallery positions itself as a place where imagination can be boosted and talents revealed, and on their family Sundays, kids can learn from artists and try their hand at creating their first masterpiece.

Furthermore, the workshop offers a wide range of materials, which might very well uneath the beginning of a hobby in another artisitic discipline.
Moreover, there are special guided tours designed exclusively for children.

Sundays for Kids
Oct 5, 10:00-16.00; SMK Gallery, Sølvgade 48-50, Cph K; 45 kr; smk.dkk

 





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