Symbolon Art4Reflection - Experience Artwork & Coaching anew
Symbolon Art4Reflection transforms your museum visit into a coaching room. A space to reflect on your own topics and to develop new solutions.
After a brief introduction you will be introduced to the first artwork in the museum. You look at the artwork with patience and perceive your associations. Exchanging your thoughts with the other participants makes it clear that this work of art triggers very different thoughts and inner images. In a further step, you will begin to reflect your associations and learn more about your patterns of thought and action. You are invited to leave old paths of thinking and to create new things through the encounter with the masterpieces.
You change from understanding and behavioural control into insight and potential development. In the reflexion processes, you become aware of internal dynamical processes and open up new possibilities for thoughts and actions.
The reflection process is accompanied by experienced Symbolon Specialists. In every museum tour three artworks are selected so that every Symbolon Art4Reflection is unique. The Symbolon Specialist guides the self-reflection steps with the artwork. The various steps with examples of the participants are explained in practice and the reflection is deepened.
Symbolon Art4Reflection is a highlight for your potential development. Based on the fantastic feedback from hundreds of participants over the last few years, we can promise you that Symbolon Art4Reflection will fascinate and inspire you.
We also offer exclusive tours for teams and groups in a museum in your area. Please inquire at email@example.com
At Symbolon Art4Reflection Inhouse, you will find out more about our company events.
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Costs & Registration
If cancelled within one week, the total amount is refundable. A substitute can be provided.
Symbolon Art4Reflection in Europe
The museum events have already taken place in 10 countries and 33 different museums:
|Canada||Vancouver, Vancouver Art Gallery|
|Germany||Berlin, Alte Nationalgalerie|
|Bonn, Arp Museum Bahnhof Rolandseck|
|Cologne, Wallraf Museum|
|Dusseldorf, Museum Kunstpalast|
|Frankfurt, Städel Museum|
|Hanover, Sprengel Museum Hannover|
|Hamburg, Kunsthalle Hamburg|
|Husum, NordseeMuseum Husum|
|Karlsruhe, Kunsthalle Karlsruhe|
|Leipzig, Museum der bildenden Künste|
|Munich, Neue Pinakothek, Pinakothek der Moderne und Lenbachhaus|
|Nuremberg, Staatliches Museum für Kunst und Design|
|Remagen, Arp Museum Bahnhof Rolandseck|
|Stuttgart, Kunstmuseum Stuttgart|
|England||London, National Gallery|
|France||Nizza, Musée d’Art Moderne et d’Art Contemporain|
|Hungary||Budapest, National Gallery|
|Italia||Venezia, Biennale Venezia|
|Liechtenstein||Vaduz, Kunstmuseum Liechtenstein and Hilti Art Foundation|
|Austria||Klagenfurt, Museum Moderner Kunst Kärnten|
|Vienna, Leopold Museum, Albertina, Kunsthistorisches Museum and 21-er Haus|
|Switzerland||Bern, Kunstmuseum Bern|
Zurich, Kunsthaus Zürich