Museum Art Cards Experience Art Like Never Before
Besides the overwhelming amount of visual information that can stand in the way of a pleasant museum visit, there’s another trivial matter: meaning.
Many of us aim to understand and categorize everything we see, but what do you truly think when looking at a particular artwork?
The activities on these cards help you to establish a connection with an artwork yourself, despite any given information.
You can do this in each museum, anywhere in the world. Follow the activities from A-Z, choose one randomly or do the ones who appeal to you most.
Lise Lotte ten Voorde studied museum studies at the Reinwardt Academy in Amsterdam (2006), journalism at the University of Leiden (2013) and children's philosophy at Epic International (2019). She works for FOMU, the Antwerp Museum of Photography; in the past, she worked at The Dutch Photography Museum in Rotterdam; The Royal Academy of Art in The Hague; and the Ron Mandos Gallery in Amsterdam. She also writes about art, photography and contemporary culture for clients such as Vrij Nederland, Charlie Magazine, De Online Gids, SMAK Museum of contemporary Art in Ghent, NRC Next and various artists.
Naomi Boas is an art historian specialized in 19th-century photography and art education. She was an educator at the Nederlands Fotomuseum from 2003-2008. Currently, she is the owner of Beeldverhalen (Imagery stories), a company for storytelling and story-writing about art and cultural heritage in co-creation with museums, primary and secondary schools, and other creatives.