The Zentrum Paul Klee’s varied program of exhibition and architectural tours and music, theatre, dance and literary performances is perfect for imbuing your event with a cultural dimension guaranteed to leave a lasting impression.
The Creaviva is for anyone wanting to explore art through hands-on experimentation. It has three studios offering a total of 700 m2 where it runs courses and workshops. These can be tailored to specific requirements on prior request, allowing companies, clubs and other organisations to enjoy customised creative breaks in a stimulating environment.
The Zentrum Paul Klee possesses the world’s largest monographic collection of art. Among the 4000-plus works by Paul Klee are many of his most famous paintings. To be able to gradually present it's astonishing collection in its entirety – and for conservation reasons – The Zentrum Paul Klee displays parts of it's collection in the form of a regularly changing selection of works on a new specific subject each time. Alongside the Zentrum Paul Klee also presents temporary exhibitions affording fresh perspectives on Klee by means of dialogues with his predecessors or contemporaries and by juxtaposing him with contemporary artists. Tours of all the exhibitions are conducted in eight languages; our guides are happy to focus on particular thematic aspects on prior request.
Comprising young and talented musicians from Switzerland and abroad, the Ensemble Paul Klee is the Zentrum’s in-house orchestra. It is delighted to offer its services for privately organised conferences and other events. Also regularly guesting at the Zentrum Paul Klee are renowned orchestras and soloists.
Paul Klee was at once an artist, a musician, a writer and a teacher. He also made glove puppets and theatre backdrops for his son, Felix. The Zentrum Paul Klee, too, possesses a superb theatre-cum-auditorium and other performance spaces at which actors in Switzerland and further afield are invited to appear on a regular basis – not forgetting dance and literary performances.