Offers for Primary Schools

Fire truck © Photo: Ludwig Schedl, 2017

Fire truck © Photo: Ludwig Schedl, 2017

Information and Registration

Dr. Maria Parucki
Tel.: +43-2243-87 087 383
Mobile: +43-664-604 99 383


Guided Tour, 75 min.
EUR 60,- flat rate for groups and EUR 3,50 admission/ student

Workshop, 120 min.
EUR 70,- flat rate for groups and EUR 3,50 admission/ student

Explore the world of art!

We reveal new ways of looking at the eternal question: What is art? Our team creates opportunities for direct confrontations with the fundamental questions about art and creativity. We have developed a special programme for primary school students, which we implement in guided tours and workshops. Together we will explore the exciting world of the Gugging Artists, Art Brut, the art world in general, and the students’ own creativity.


You can book following programmes:

Guided Tours and Workshops for children

Gugging Artists Programme: gugging abc

Guided Tour
The House of Artists and its colourfully painted façade are the focus of this guided tour. Is there a motif on the house for each and every letter of the alphabet? Did just one artist paint the house, or are there differences between the different motifs? Can you also find similar images in the museum? Does the street in front of the house also need some colour? The children will find answers to all these questions and more on the group tour through the museum and to the House of Artists, which is enhanced with other playful and creative elements.

Inspired by the colourful façade of the House of Artists, we will design our own façade just how we imagine it in the art laboratory.


Guided Tour
Pippi Longstocking is at museum gugging for a visit. She absolutely wants to see the museum because one of the Gugging Artists immortalised her in an artwork. She has discovered a lot of new things here and wants to show them to the children.

In the following workshop the children can try out their skills in the creative workshop and make a masterpiece map out of different materials.


birdman programme: Wall Birds in Shoeboxes

Guided Tour
Who is birdman? What makes birdman’s style special? What elements does he use in his art? Circles, triangles, and squares are the main design elements in Birdman’s work. Inspired by the style of the artist, we will make pictures that use shoeboxes instead of frames.

Guided Tours and Workshops through our Special exhibitions 



Further Programmes

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