Participating in workshops inspired by the permanent exposition of the museum is a great way to relax while doing something creative, and to get closer to art. A workshop usually lasts an hour and a half, including a short overview of the various aspects of Adamson-Eric’s (1902–1968) oeuvre and a practical task, in which your inspiration can take physical form. You can choose between three themes and techniques. The completed works may be taken along when you leave.

Textile printing workshop

Printing on fabric with stencils and textile colours.

Jewellery workshop

Making accessories from pebbles, wire and pearls.

Tile painting workshop

Painting compositions on miniature tiles.

Duration of the workshop: 60–90 min. For groups of up to 20 people.
Price for a student 9 €, accompanying teacher(s) free of charge
Price for adults 12 €


Annika Teras

Curator of Public Programmes