Share the fascinating world of Keith Haring with your children! Keep busy and stay creative during the lockdown by following us through a series of activities inspired by the famous New York artist of the eighties.
Take part in these activities and discover the artist’s aesthetic and social commitment. What was he looking to express through his colourful paintings? Why was he so interested in symbols? Why do his characters speak out to us?
We will regularly offer you a new feature to discover. Check them out below!
Episode 1 - Keith Haring and line drawing
How do you recognise Keith Haring’s style? Follow the checklist to become a real Keith Haring expert!
Episode 2 - Keith Haring: Hit the streets!
Keith Haring loved to work outside on the street, so that everyone could see his art. He put up posters, painted on walls and drew in chalk on pavements and in subway stations. Now it’s your turn!
Episode 3 – Keith Haring: Let’s Dance!
Keith Haring loved dancing and music. He saw breakdancers doing the coolest moves on the street. We see lots of dancing figures in his work. Will you be able to copy these moves?
Episode 4 – The Haring code: Getting to grips with Keith Haring
Keith Haring used his own unique visual language in his art. Some of his symbols – like the dog and the radiant baby - have become legendary, but what do they actually mean? Discover five of the symbols here and make up your own symbolic language.
We’re keen to see your creations. Share your photos, videos or drawings with #bozar on Instagram, on our Facebook page or by email to email@example.com. We’ll share your photos here and pick a winner, who’ll receive a gift voucher for our BOOKSHOP worth €30!*
Want to find out more about the world of Keith Haring? Visit this page to discover interviews and extracts from guided tours around the Keith Haring exhibition.
*BOOKSHOP voucher will be valid from the reopening of the Centre for Fine Arts. The winner will be contacted by direct message on Instagram or Facebook, or by email. The contest ends on 29th of May 2020.
Thank you all for sharing these beautiful contributions!
Fiona, 8 years old
Rafael, 7 years old
Pupils of the SAZ Wielewaal Kortrijk school, class 2B4 (pictures taken before the containment measures)