Shower of color
Exhibition | 4.05.2008 - 6.07.2008

Das Gelbe vom Ei! Farbenrausch zwei

A Participatory Exhibition
Das Gelbe vom Ei! Farbenrausch zwei (The Cat’s Pajamas! Rush of Color Two) is a participatory exhibition for children, youths, and adults. It enables approaching the phenomenon of color with a variety of sensations and experimenting with it. Big and little alike can actively engage in discovering their subjective feelings and thoughts in the context of color, compare them and express them in concrete form. In addition to the effect of color, the exhibition also affords an opportunity to examine the emergence and theory of colors

Here you can

  • discover the emergence of color via light

  • blend and compare colors

  • dance with your colored shadow

  • experiment with color games

  • see red, feel green, taste blue

  • discover tone colors and shades of color

  • become acquainted with the laws of color

  • collect colors and exhibit them in the Color Museum

  • write colored poems and invent color stories

  • experience blue, red, and yellow marvels in color spaces

  • try your hand at blending different colors

  • paint and create things with colors in workshops

    The participatory exhibition would like visitors to actively participate in the organization of the exhibition. Experiment, and change and create things!

    Farbenrausch zwei was presented at Bremen’s Krankenhaus Museum (Hospital Museum) in 2007. The exhibition is now being shown at the Weserburg within a new context. The subjective perception and experience of color enables a new approach to contemporary art. With this exhibition concept, we would also like to cater to students in middle and high school.

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Kek—Kinder erleben Kultur | Children Experience Culture

A children’s museum differs fundamentally from a conventional museum. The objects and collections on display serve as a means to satisfy the inquiring minds of children, youths, and adults. The exhibitions invite visitors to perform experiments with all of their senses. Handicraft, aesthetic, and intellectual skills can be developed and practiced at different stations and in workshops. Children’s museums are ideal extracurricular places of learning, cater to families, and encourage intergenerational communication.

kek—Kindermuseum für Bremen e.V. is collaborating with the Weserburg on what is now the fifth participatory exhibition. It has been made possible by the generous funding provided by the st-art Jugendkunststiftung Bremen.

Opening Hours (Children’s Museum)

Monday–Friday 9:00 a.m.–2:00 p.m. (registered groups only)

Monday–Friday 3:00–6:00 p.m. (registered groups only)

Wednesday–Friday 3:00–6:00 p.m.

Saturday–Sunday 11:00 a.m.–6:00 p.m.


Admission (Children’s Museum)

€3.00 per person

€9.00 family ticket

€75.00 guided tours, children’s birthday parties (includes admission and exhibition booking)


Information and Registration

Monday–Thursday 9:00 a.m.–4:00 p.m.

Friday 9:00 a.m.–2:00 p.m.



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Thursday 11 am–8 p.m.
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