Keith Haring's cartoon characters are not only nice to look at, they are also a source of inspiration. Dive into the eighties with some challenging and fun activities for young and old. Philosophizing, creative tinkering or just losing all your energy in dancing? There’s something for everyone!
1. Act up!
In addition to being an artist, Keith Haring was also an idealist and activist. Walk in his footsteps and discover your inner activist.
2. Let’s draw together!
Haring has been drawing cartoon characters since his childhood. His cartoon style became his trademark. Get inspired during three challenging drawing rounds.
3. Into the groove
In addition to art, music was one of Keith Harding's greatest passions. Curious about his favourite tracks? Discover how eighties music can influence your way of creating. Or just dance!
4. Say it with signs
Language experiments were the starting point of the 'visual imagery' for which Haring became famous. He brought fake news into the streets by ironically rearranging headlines. We challenge you to do the same.
The exhibition Keith Haring is once again open to the public! Consult the page with advice and measures for a safe and pleasant visit.