Children and youth

Bonniers Konsthall’s educational workshops set out to offer children and young adults a first encounter with contemporary art. We strive to create an environment where everyone is encouraged to participate, and place great importance on discussion, which is nurtured by finding pertinent references for children and posing interesting questions, as well as listening to the feedback the children themselves provide.

Viewings for children and young adults

We offer a number of guided viewings and creative workshops for a variety of age groups, as well as various tours for school groups.

Family Viewings

Our family viewings offer an artistic experience for children and adults alike, with children’s television favorite Sannah Salameh serving as our beloved guide!

These viewings are held on select Saturdays at 1pm, and last for around 45 minutes. Places are limited, and no pre-booking is required. Free tickets are available from the museum reception from 12pm the day of the event.


Baby Thursdays

On select Thursdays every month, we offer Baby Thursdays, when young children in prams are invited to join their parents for viewings and song time. The viewings are directed at parents, but are led at a calm pace with children welcome to make the noises they need to make! We find that little extra something in the artwork that the little ones too can enjoy and experience. After the viewing, we offer song time in the café’s play corner.

Viewings begin at 1pm. The play corner is open from 11:30 to 2. Limited space. No pre-booking. Free tickets are available from the museum reception from 12pm the day of the event.


Arts and Crafts Workshops

During autumn and spring breaks, we organize a number of fun workshops. Taking inspiration from the exhibition on display, children are invited to create their own artwork in our workshop. Sannah Salameh features as this year’s workshop leader. Previous workshops include City of Our Dreams, where we created dream cities out of recycled materials and recorded city sounds; Making Magic, a magician’s school where we transformed everyday objects into magical devices; Fairytale Forest, a stage design workshop where we created a fairytale forest; and Time Machine, a writing workshop where we wrote stories and sent them either back to the past or into the future.


School Groups and Teachers

We offer free group tours for schoolchildren through high school. These tours are guided by Bonniers Konsthall staff – all of whom are themselves either practicing artists or very knowledgeable on art, and always offer unique insights into our exhibitions. School tours last for around 30 minutes.  Student’s art-related thoughts and comments are an essential part of the tour.

Book your school group tour here!


Calling all teachers to a teacher meeting!

Once a year, we offer a teacher’s only evening, where we discuss our exhibition program and run through our educational offerings. Following this, we take teachers on a guided tour around the present exhibition. If you would like to receive an invitation to this once-annual teacher evening, please e-mail