Taipei Fine Arts Museum

A few days ago we visited the Taipei Fine Arts Museum. We heard really nice opinions about the place so we decided to give it a try and went to see the “Small or Big” exhibition. An interesting exhibition in which children can explore the concept and perception of size.

The exhibition is not too big and therefore not overwhelming for small children. Little Rascals had a lot of fun exploring different areas and playing around. For me, it was a very inspirational visit, I came back with new ideas for our art education.

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Everyone’s favorite! Perception and illusion.

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Different ways of measuring things. How many teddy bears tall are you?

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Big switch, small switch. I couldn’t get these two out of here

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And the cherry on top – a drawing area where everyone can become an artist! The museum invites visitors to share their works and some of them are later presented on the walls.

There are three interesting ideas given on what to draw but Rascals, of course, had their own ones (as always). I have taken some notes though and will try these ideas on another day. And only then I’ll share them with you ;-)

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