The Nivaagaard Collection offers school pupils courses on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday mornings, where pupils are given a unique opportunity to learn more about art, culture, Danish and European history and, not least, the evolution of the visual arts over a period of more than 500 years.
The courses at the museum are held in front of the paintings themselves. The teaching is dialogue-based so as to provide students with tools with which to study paintings on their own, both at the museum and when they are back in the classroom. To pique our students’ curiosity about the artworks, we make an effort to engage students through dialogue and practical exercises.
Pupils are permitted to eat a packed lunch at the museum.
Head of Education
Sara Worm Tighe: firstname.lastname@example.org
I kan altid skrive en mail eller ringe til Sara for spørgsmål, særlige ønsker, eller hvis I er interesserede i et længerevarende forløb. Det tager 10 minutter at gå til museet fra Nivå Station, og det er muligt for skoleklasser at spise deres medbragte mad på museet.
The courses are free for schools and institutions in Fredensborg Municipality