Individually bookable events
Cologne’s Museum Service offers an extensive art education programme that includes events for children’s birthdays, holiday classes and further education courses for teachers.
November 13 – June 30, 2019
Through the magnifying glass
This exhibition is the first to give an overview of the most important restoration works and technological investigations in the field of art during the past 25 years. The areas covered range from the complete removal of the coatings of a wood sculpture to conservational methods and touch-free optical examination. What these measures reveal are the older conditions of the works as well as new insights into their genesis and the determination of their age.
June 6 – June 30, 2019
The Samson-Master and his age. Romanesque sculpture in the Rhineland
The “Samson-Master” was an outstanding artist active in the Rhineland in the period around 1200, who is named after the Samson figure from the abbey of Maria Laach. For some six months this expressive stone sculpture and a few exceptional capitals from Maria Laach will be guests at the Museum Schnütgen. There they will encounter two other prominent loans, the stone terminals of the choir stalls of the Bonn Minster, and will be presented furthermore in relation to significant Romanesque sculpture of this time from the museum's own collection.
For more information and to book events, please follow the link below to the Museum Service website: museenkoeln.de/museumsdienst
Individual guided tours by academic staff members of the museum are available by appointment. Please contact the museum office: Ms Welbers, by phone under +49 (0) 221 221 22310 or via email under museum.schnuetgen[at]stadt-koeln.de