Get M at home

Get M at home!

At home with the children and keen on staying creative? M provides a series of art activity sheets for children aged 8 and older. Complete the assignments and get to know each artwork inside out. 

Art activity sheet nine

Spring

March 20th is the first day of spring. The days are getting longer, flowers are sprouting, the sun is shining more and more, people are moving into their garden and summer is calling. It is not without reason that we speak of spring fever. Can you feel it too? To celebrate spring, we created a new art activity sheet.

This art activity sheet is part of the exhibition 'Lentekriebels' in the ‘Muse Space' of the Children's Hospital (UZ Leuven): a small exhibition, created by M and the Art Fund for the children's hospital, with print versions of some works of art from the collection of M.

There’s more!

There’s more!

This is the last art activity sheet (for now). Have you only just started? You can find all previous activity sheets below. And we have not forgotten Mum and Dad: we bring M into your home as much as possible through 360° virtual tours, videos, our own podcast and our new magazine. Have a look and experience M digitally!

Previous art activity sheets

Have you missed the previous art activity sheets? No problem, you can find them all below!

Art activity sheet one | 'The Last Supper'

Art activity sheet one | 'The Last Supper'

How many men are sitting at the table? What was on the menu? How did the artist paint this so many years ago? Watch, imagine, draw and discover everything about “The Last Supper” by Dieric Bouts ‘The Last Supper’ of Dieric Bouts with your family.

Art activity sheet two | Kiluanji Kia Henda

Art activity sheet two | Kiluanji Kia Henda

Meet artist Kiluanji Kia Henda! Pfff, that’s a hard name to get your tongue round. Kiluanji was born in Angola, a country in Africa. He lives there in the capital Luanda. And he loves to fantasize. Once he even invented a story of being an astronaut and going into space. He took photographs of his mission and told everyone the story. Do you like to use your imagination, like Kiluanji? 

Art activity sheet three | 'Nel Aerts'

Art activity sheet three | 'Nel Aerts'

May we introduce Nel Aerts! Normally you can admire her work at the M Leuven. Because we cannot go to the museum in person at the moment, we are bringing the artworks into your sitting room! Nel makes paintings, sculptures, drawings collages and films. She also loves colourful materials. So a real Jill of all trades! Let’s see if we can follow in her footsteps. 

Art activity sheet four | Body Language

Art activity sheet four | Body Language

Today we are going to take a peek at the Body Language exhibition. Fancy exploring the exhibition with us?  In this exhibition, you will find contemporary and ancient art, lots of movement, a couple fighting boredom and even a few naked people…  

Art activity sheet 5 | The Calender Dial

Art activity sheet 5 | The Calender Dial

With this art activity sheet you will bring 'the Calendar Dial' into your home! This artwork has a space just for itself in the museum. It is made up of lots of small scenes and features more than 100 people! Take a look and discover this mysterious piece of art.

Art activity sheet 6 | Mother's day

Art activity sheet 6 | Mother's day

On the 10th of May, we celebrated Mother's Day! It would have been amazing to visit the museum together with your mom on that day, but sadly that was not possible. Therefore, we were happy to bring the museum to you! 

Art activity sheet seven | 'Form First'

Art activity sheet seven | 'Form First'

Welcome to the oldest rooms at M. This is where the mayor of Leuven, Leopold Vanderkelen, lived with his wife Maria and they are inviting you in! 

Art activity sheet 9 | Poetry week

Art activity sheet 9 | Poetry week

Poetry week: the perfect moment to dive into our collection. Specially for you, we did some research - three works stood out. We have created a new series of art activity sheets around these three collection items that you can fill in at home or in the museum. Curious? Try them out below.