With museum visits less appealing right now, Maastricht’s cultural venues have been inspired to think outside the box. Culture never sleeps! The cultural institutions of Maastricht are showing off their creative side by coming up with brilliant new ideas during the current crisis. It's beautiful to behold and even more fun to experience for yourself from the comfort and safety of your own home. On this page we tell you about these great new initiatives
Colours brighten up your day! And as we could all use a little cheering up these days, the Natural History Museum has come up with a great idea. They have created beautiful themed colouring pictures to keep you busy while you're stuck at home. So, what are you waiting for? Get colouring! Every month the museum selects a winner who receives a great prize!
The Muziekgieterij, its production company M-PX, and journalist/presenter Leon Verdonschot are starting a new initiative together: Quarantalks. During Quarantalks, which takes place every Sunday afternoon, Leon Verdonschot welcomes a musician for a socially distanced interview. Now that we’re all spending lots of time at home, Verdonschot is curious to see what photos, books, music, films, plants, or other things his guest has discovered or even rediscovered. Guests bring three of these objects with them to the interview, which ends on an acoustic performance.See more