If you haven't yet visited the Keith Haring: Grace House Mural exhibition, then this weekend is your very, very last chance. After Sunday, the exhibition will be closed.
It's a special exhibition that you must have seen. Because where Keith Haring is known for his colourful work, the mural from youth centre Grace House (NY) shows that Haring had more in his repertoire. The thirteen-part mural that the artist painted in a mere few hours - on display in the original concrete pieces of wall - is at the centre of the exhibition. You can also see his chalk drawings in the metro and drawings for the dance performance Epochal Songs (1982). The works are complemented by photographs by conceptual photographer Tseng Kwong Chi.
Want to know all about the exhibition and Keith Haring? Then join one of the two free Sunday tours. There is one at 12:00 p.m., and one at 2:30 p.m. The tours last about an hour.
Location: Museum gallery (-1). Participation is free, you only pay for your museum admission ticket.
To join, please report to the desk in the main hall. Full = full, max 20 participants.
Before or after your visit to the exhibition, you can also go into town with Keith Haring. Pick up the free booklet at the desk in the Glaspaleis and go looking for Keith Haring together in the centre of Heerlen! Would you rather stay inside? Then dive into the Aad de Haas gallery, where you can see (for free) the cool artworks of the Keith Haring Club. This club consists of secondary school students who, after a museum visit to Keith Haring: Grace House Mural, set to work creating their own artwork. The Keith Haring Club Expo showcases these artworks by Heerlen pupils.