This is one of my kids' favorite places in Taipei. It is entirely child-focused, and makes art reachable and exciting for children (and parents!). Everything inside is inticing and encourages children to touch, experience, and explore.
I'll share a few pictures of the current exhibit (Monet, Matisse, Van Gogh, and Andy Warhol), and some images of my children doing their DIY activity (ink and paint to make your own notebook).
|Drying the project|
|In Matisse's painting. Children changed the woman's clothes to learn how color can affect the outcome of a painting. This is a room made into a painting. There was also a cafe where children served a life-sized model of Van Gogh, and another where they experienced how Matisse drew on his wall from his bed during times of illness.|
|Can you see the faces made from fruit? These are modeled on the art of an Italian 16th Century artist. My kids moved the fruit pieces to make their own art.|
|Lift the flaps and learn about color mixing.|
|Art teacher helps my son with this book cover.|
Entry is 100 per person. You can join the free art tours (in Chinese), and you get to make a clay necklace at the end. The DIY projects run on weekends, and are 250 per person (90 minute lessons). The teachers really know how to teach and inspire children. My children would not go to bed tonight; they were drawing about their day at the art museum, in their new handmade books!
Address: Tienmu West Road Lane 50, No. 20, B1. (Just off Tienmu West Road, five minutes' walk from Chungshan North Road).)
Opening hours: Tues-Sun, 10am-5:30pm
(English site is here
, it's a little outdated, but will give you an idea of what the space is like.)
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