Rasa art trunk

The art trunk ‘Lijf’ (‘Body’) helps to use interactive and philosophical methods to answer the questions young people aged 10 to 14 have about their bodies. The intention is to discuss this theme through contemporary art. A full-body experience in a trunk, which contains the following:

  • Works of art by Walter Van Beirendonck, Anthony Goicolea and Jan Winkels
  • The publication ‘Lijf’ (‘Body’)
  • A richly documented workbook
  • Two educational games

The art trunk is an ideal steppingstone for all your discussions, Q&A sessions, empathy exercises, body experience, association games and musical activities. It can be used in the classroom, for youth work, teacher training, agogic work or other educational art activities.


25 Euros for internal use + 100 Euros security deposit
50 Euros for external use + 100 Euros security deposit

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