Introduction for Teachers (in German)
Wednesday, 16 November 2016, 5 pm
With: Barbara Junod, curator and
Claire Geyer, cultural mediator and typographer
Admission and workshop free.
Workshop: Promenade graphique (in French)
For 6th – 10th school year, secondary and vocational schools
Guided tour delivered in French that actively encourages students to practice and deepen their knowledge. A glossary related to the themes of the exhibition is available.
With: Michal Schorro, exhibitions team member
Duration: 1 hour
Dates: by arrangement
Costs: CHF 150 per class and CHF 8 per person (reduced admission fee). Admission for Swiss school classes (elementary level, high and secondary school) is free of charge. Please pay in cash at the ticket office.
Workshop: Communicate with Graphic Symbols (in German)
For 4th – 10th school year, secondary and vocational schools
In the exhibition we will explore how designers have approached the design of transport wayfinding and signage systems and company logos. We will then put our knowledge to use in the museum to think about how signs are read and designed. Where is the ticket desk, the cloakroom or the exit? Do we need graphic symbols to find our way around? In this workshop we will design our own icons and pictograms that everyone can take home as a sticker and use.
With: Claire Geyer, cultural mediator and typographer
Duration: 2.5 hours
Dates: November 15 / 17 / 18, February 7 / 9 / 10 / 28, March 2 / 3 / 7 / 9 / 10
All workshops take place from 9.30 – 12 am or 1.30 – 4 pm.
Other dates can be arranged by appointment.
School Visits without a Guided Tour
For organizational reasons we request you to register your school group before your visit. Admission for all groups from Swiss public schools (elementary, secondary and high school) is free of charge.
Guided Tours for Schools
Dates: By arrangement
Duration: Approx. 1 hour
Costs: CHF 150 per class and CHF 8 per person (reduced admission fee).
Admission for Swiss school classes (elementary level, high and secondary school) is free of charge. Please pay in cash at the ticket office.
Text of the exhibition
The PDF you'll find here.