Artists talk about their art and its thinking.

Anlässe in und rund um die Kunsthalle Zürich und das Löwenbräukunst-Areal

Vorträge von KünstlerInnen, WissenschaftlerInnen, ExpertInnen und anderen zu Themen rund um die Ausstellungen der Kunsthalle Zürich

We cordially invite you to join our guided tours, they are open to anybody!

If you would like to book a private tour, please contact Seline Fülscher or call us on +41 44 272 15 15.

If you wish to come with your school, contact .

A special focus of the theory and education at Kunsthalle Zürich are programs for kids, teens, families, and schools: Palpable subject matter, immediate relationships to artistic material and media, as well as a sensitivity towards diverse cultural and social backgrounds are important to us.

Workshops for School Classes

Book a workshop for your school and your students! Contact Seline Fülscher on

Please list 2-3 preferred dates, the name of your school, size of the class, and your mobile number


With kids, teens and families we explore the exhibition in a playfull way. These family workshops take place on selected Sundays between 3 p.m. and 5 p.m. You get the exact dates here.

Special workshops and group bookings

We are happy to accommodate special workshops and group bookings. Please contact

In Greek symposion means “to drink together”. In most of today’s symposia the drinks have evaporated. What remains is a generative togetherness that the expert discussions and academic presentations at Kunsthalle Zürich aspire.

Such as the Hannah Weiner Day with Franziska Glozer, during 30 Years of Kunsthalle Zürich,  at On Pun and Punishment with Avery Singer, and  Un-like with Ed Atkins. 

Kunsthalle Zürich often goes beyond its exhibitions, particularly by hosting different forms of performances gathered in this section of our theory and education programs: Art that takes place, that speaks, screams, sings and sighs to us.

Openki[PopUp] was a collaboration between and Kunsthalle Zürich which lasted throughout the exhibition of Rob Pruitt: The Church. During this run, the exhibition spaces of Kunsthalle Zurich transformed alltogether into an educational venue, facilitating barrier free and continued study, courses and workshops, and thus turning the venue into an educational institution.

Theory Tuesdays is a series organized by Philip Matesic which is being hosted at Kunsthalle Zurich on a regular basis. On Tuesdays, and with a beer, critical theories are collectively discussed as a group. Themed under the motto «Each one, Teach one»  Theory Tuesdays is enlivened by the comprehension, that each participant contributes something valuable to the sessions.