The studio is located on the lower floor and is always open for visitors of all ages. The workshops are free of charge. Unless we write anything else, the workshops are open for all ages and do not require pre-registration.


Artist-led workshops

February

• 18–19 February: (Vernissage on Saturday) Create fairytale worlds inspired by Swedish artist Björn Berg. With paint, marker and charcoal, we create fairytale pictures with trolls and other exciting things that emerge.

• Sport holiday workshop: Bookbinding (February 21–24 at 10–16, February 25–26 at 12–15.30) Come and learn to make your own books in various ways! Recommended age: from 6 years. Drop in. Some waiting time may occur. Note! Larger groups must book in advance on 0430-154 51 or info@teckningsmuseet.se.

March

• 4–5 March: (Free guided tour Saturday at 2 p.m.) Marbling – we make our own marbled paper. Marbling is a way to make beautiful, patterned and colorful paper for e.g. books and cover paper.

• 11–12 March: Animated portraits – Come and be inspired by Björn Berg’s portraits. Make your own portrait, of yourself or someone else, and bring your image to life under the camera. We work with paper and stop-motion. You cut out moving parts that you move under the camera and create a living portrait. Drop in. Some waiting time may occur. Please bring a USB stick or an email address to be able to save your film!

• March 18–19: (Free guided tour on Saturday at 2 p.m.) Paint to music. We listen to inspiring music while we create, and express our feelings with color. It is not so precise how it will turn out, but we try and feel our way. Suitable for all ages. Come in comfortable clothes!

• March 25–26: Draw and paint with watercolor and felt-tip pen – We paint abstractly with wet watercolor and draw patterns and figures with a waterproof felt-tip pen.

April

• April 1–2: (Free guided tour on Saturday at 2 p.m.) Sculptures from recycled materials – with strings, cords and other used materials we make new creations. If you don’t know what you want to do, we’ll help you get started.

• Easter holiday workshop: Needle-felted pictures – create fabulous pictures from wool (8–10 April at 12–15.30, 11–14 April at 10–16.00, 15–16 April at 12–15.30)
Come and create pictures of wool! We use a technique called needle felting. Recommended age: from 7 years. Children under the age of 12 participate when accompanied by an adult. Drop in. Some waiting time may occur. Note! Larger groups must book in advance on 0430-154 51 or info@teckningsmuseet.se.

• April 22–23: Animation – make a film together! We are inspired by the art in the museum and make a short film based on a picture from the exhibition. We work in groups and select a work of art from Björn Berg’s exhibition from which your film will then be based. Max 5 people per group. Please bring a USB stick or an e-mail address to be able to save your film. Time: 12:30–3:30 p.m. Note! Limited number of places, pre-registration required no later than April 21 to 0430-154 51 or info@teckningsmuseet.se. Children participate in the company of an adult.

• April 29–30: (Free guided tour on Saturday at 2 p.m.) Tear technique – make works of art through the “tear technique” with colored paper and glue. We make small or large works of art, which become wonderful shapes in lovely colors. We tear and glue in colored paper.

May

• May 6–7: Create figures in natural materials – be inspired by Björn Berg’s drawings from the stories about Emil i Lönneberga and his “wooden figures”. We do not carve but create figures from various natural materials, flirt balls, eyes and pipe cleaners.

• May 13–14: (Free guided tour on Saturday at 2 p.m.) Make your own puppets! Maybe a goofy old man, goofy bird or just nice shapes that move. It is also possible to create a mobile, where it is important to achieve balance in the entire art work.

• May 20–21: Animation – make a film together! We are inspired by the art in the museum and make a short film based on a drawing from the exhibition. We work in groups and select a work of art from Björn Berg’s exhibition from which your film will then be based. Please bring a USB stick or an e-mail address to be able to save your film. Time: 12:30–3:30 p.m. Note! Limited number of places, pre-registration required no later than May 19 to 0430-154 51 or info@teckningsmuseet.se. Children participate in the company of an adult.

• May 27–28: (Free guided tour Saturday at 2 p.m.) Printing techniques – we print on paper and fabric with potatoes, linoleum and much more. It is possible to cut out nice patterns that can become wallpaper patterns or old men. Print with potatoes or linoleum shapes to get different colors. Together we make patterns or various figures.

June

• June 17–18: (Vernissage on Saturday) Shadow Drawing – experiment with shadows! See what drawings and pictures you can create by drawing the shadows of different objects. We are inspired by the art of Hannaleena Heiska and Maria Bajt.