Drawing Studio – programme
Autumn and winter 2023
The Drawing Studio is closed to visitors on October 14, October 28 and October 29 until 14.00.
Feel free to combine your visit with a guided tour on October 14, October 28, November 11, November 25, December 9, December 30, January 13 and January 27 at 14.00.
Still life. We draw and paint from displayed objects.
“Draw what you hear and feel”. An interactive drawing performance with the artist Linda Holmer. At 13.00–13.45. Note! Advance registration is required at 0430-154 51 or email@example.com.
The event is a collaboration with 13festivalen (www.13festivalen.com)
Paint to music.
Drawing studio closed.
“Dear Yarn Day”. Handicrafts with yarn are highlighted with a knitting/crochet cafe, workshops, lectures, yarn exchange corner, etc. All welcome. Free entrance.
Note! The drawing studio and the Ceramics Museum are closed to other visitors during this day. See the full programme at www.visitlaholm.se/events and www.teckningsmuseet.se from mid-September.
Yarn ball party. We make balls of yarn under the guidance of textile artisan Evelina Markow. Let your imagination run wild and make a key ring, bookmark, necklace or perhaps a wall ornament. Drop-in between 1pm and 3pm. Recommended age 7–12 years.
“Laholm’s magical places”. Try making an animated film with Laholm as a background. We create backgrounds by cutting and pasting among Laholm motifs and animate a short sequence using stop-motion technology. We draw magical inspiration from the current exhibition “Worlds and Beasts” by the illustrator Alvaro Tapia. Drop in. (Note: Some waiting time may occur) Please bring a USB stick or an email address to be able to save your movie!
Print your own designs on white t-shirts! In a collaboration between Teckningsmuseet and Art Lab Gnesta, the artist Olle Halvars comes to Teckningsmuseet and holds the workshop “Dagsform” (Daily mood). You simply design a print based on your daily mood: maybe you feel happy, sad, bored or excited? Using paper, scissors and a paring knife, we create templates with facial expressions which we then print on a t-shirt. The technique is called “screen printing”.
Workshop 1: 12.00–14.00, age 12–14 years.
Workshop 2: 14.30–16.30, age 15–18 years
Advance registration is required to 0430-154 51 or firstname.lastname@example.org (limited number of participants).
The program is part of the “Best Biennale!”
Archaeological find drawing. Try drawing archaeological objects and get an insight into how drawing is used in the archaeological field. In the first room of the museum, the exhibition “Archaeological drawing” is shown, where find drawings are shown with a focus on excavations and finds from Laholm and the surrounding area. Time: 12.00–13.30. The workshop is free. Advance registration to 0430-154 51 or email@example.com.
Autumn holiday workshop, 31 October–5 November
“Workshop for magical crafts”. Welcome to a magical workshop. Make your own wand, create magic characters and write with invisible text. Be inspired by our exhibition “Worlds and Beasts” by Alvaro Tapia and look at the originals of the Swedish Harry Potter books. Drop in. Recommended age: from 7 years. Children participate in the company of an adult. Some waiting time may occur.
31 October–3 November at 10.00–16.00
4–5 November at 12.00–15.30.
Draw with charcoal. On large papers, we explore carbon as a covering material.
Mix colour. Paint with “warm” and “cold” colours. We see how one colour appears to be far away and another very close.
Christmas crafts. Celebrate the first Advent with Christmas crafts. We create popsicles, garlands and drawings with Christmas and winter motifs. Due to the “Christmas Decoration Day” in town, we are open until 18.00 this day.
Portrait in collage. Make a portrait of yourself or a friend. We work with collage technology and tear paper and newspapers to allow a face to be pasted and grow. Get inspired by Alvaro Tapia’s exhibition and maybe your model will turn into a magician? (At least on paper).
Draw message to the future. We draw and write about today, how we feel, what we do during the days, how we think about the future and seal it in an envelope that you take home and open in X years