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11.30 a.m. Opening
The following will speak

Dr Antje-Britt Mählmann
Artistic Director
Museum Schloss Moyland 

Judith Waldmann M.A.
Curator of the exhibition
Museum Schloss Moyland 

Conversation with Lee Pivnik (Miami, USA) and
Nicolas Baird (New York, USA)

Founding members of the Institute of Queer Ecology

Musical accompaniment
Nono Gigsta (Berlin, DE)

Artist, musician and environmental activist
DJane set "The Cosmos is Queer"

3:00 pm Drink to mark the donation of 30 basalt steles
to DASMAXIMUM

Speeches by Dr Antje-Britt Mählmann
(Museum Schloss Moyland Foundation) and
Dr Maria Schindelegger (DASMAXIMUM)

Oak planting in honour of Joseph Beuys
Planting and setting of basalt steles by the
IQECO, together with the visitors
In co-operation with DASMAXIMUM

Das Schwarzweiß-Foto zeigt zwei Personen, links Hans van der Grinten, rechts Jan Hoet, bei einem Vortrag von Joseph Beuys in Nimwegen

Dr Antje-Britt Mählmann, Artistic Director, will talk to artists from the collection about Hans van der Grinten and the beginnings of Museum Schloss Moyland. Followed by a visit to the exhibition and a chat at the Bar Mezzogiorno.

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ART SNACKS IN THE PARK

During a walk through the greenery, you will not only get to know the park of Moyland in bites, but you can also look forward to tasting snacks inspired by art.

Admission is free on Long Thursday.

Final presentation of our ‘Culture makes you strong’ project

Since January, children from Year 3 at the An den Linden primary school in Kleve have visited Museum Schloss Moyland and the mini-art theatre in Bedburg-Hau several times a week. Together with art educator Claudia Lieckfeldt and teacher Melanie Meili, the group first went on a voyage of discovery in the museum. The children were inspired by the works of Finnish artist Elina Brotherus to create their own portraits and put their impressions of the herb garden on paper in colourful nature paintings. During several visits to the mini-art theatre, texts were created under the guidance of Crischa Ohler and Sjef van der Linden on the subject of nature and how people, plants and animals feel in it - and the question of how a tree that cannot fly around freely like a bee feels was answered. 

Admission: free of charge 

A firework display of blooming garden art with more than 2,500 plants from over 530 different hydrangea varieties - Museum Schloss Moyland is once again celebrating its hydrangea collection with a big festival on 13 and 14 July 2024. Under the motto "versatile, diverse, lots of beauty", you are invited to be inspired by a wide selection of different plants and hydrangeas and to visit the market with products from the areas of arts and crafts, gardening and culinary delights.

Admission: €7.50, reduced €5 (guided tours and workshops included)
Children and young people up to and including 16 years free of charge

for all three exhibitions €16, reduced €9

The admission ticket can be used once throughout the entire exhibition period (23 March - 8 September 2024) in all houses (Museum Schloss Moyland, Museum Goch, Museum Kurhaus Kleve) and is not limited to a visit to the "Three Pallet Trucks" exhibition. 
It is still possible to purchase individual tickets.

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To accompany the exhibition Three pallet trucks and a sheet of paper: The Edition Block 1966–2022, secondary school classes have the opportunity to take advantage of our free Museum at School programme: Art educators from the museum visit the classes at school and bring along original works of art, which they work on with the pupils. The thematic focus, timing and duration of these units can be individually agreed with the education team. This programme is also suitable for open all-day groups. Please contact us at bildung@moyland.de. Bookings can be made throughout the duration of the exhibition until 18 August 2024. 

Age group: 5th-13th grade
Duration: From 60 minutes
Costs: Free of charge

All new: We renovate the basement of the castle for you!

You can look forward to a completely new concept for the newly renovated historical rooms.

We will celebrate the reopening in November 2024 with the show "There Is a Ghost in the Room. For Sure!". It will be as exciting as the title: With contemporary art and items from the collection. You can look forward to it!

Picture: Isabell Kamp, GHOST, 2023, © VG Bild-Kunst, Bonn 2024, Courtesy the artist

The KulturPass is an offer from the federal government. From 1 March, young people who turn 18 in 2024 can receive the KulturPass budget of 100 euros. To take advantage of the KulturPass offers, young people must register in the KulturPass app. They will need their identity card for this. Identification takes place via the online ID procedure. The budget of 100 euros is then made available. The desired offer is reserved via the app and then collected on site.

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