MUDAM GO! TATTOO
Mudam Go! Tattoo will show you around the Wim Delvoye exhibition. This artist is not unknown to the Mudam because when the museum opened in 2006, he created the chapel you can see today on the first floor. Another work of art by Wim – two deer – can be seen in the park. To celebrate its tenth anniversary, the Mudam invited Wim back to the museum to exhibit his works on two floors of the museum. Together we are going to look at large machines, eye-catching sculptures, stuffed pigs, and everyday objects that he puts to a completely different use.
With its observation games and family activities, Mudam Go! helps to understand the artworks on show.
Familiy activity for 6 to 12 year-old children. LU/DE/FR/NL.
Mudam Go is vailable for free every weekend and during school holidays.
The Mudam Pavilion, known as “The Henry J. and Erna D. Leir Pavilion” since the opening of the museum, is a space dedicated to various educational activities and open to the general public at all times, serving as a venue for workshops, family and school activities, performances or meetings.