One hundred artists, forty-two locations and Munich’s loveliest district – Sendling. From October 11-13, Sendling’s artists are opening their doors and welcoming visitors to their studios.
I love the Kunst in Sendling weekends, it’s a chance to discover some fantastic local artists with a huge range of styles – digital art, sculptures, prints and acrylic paintings. It’s also a chance to be completely, acceptably nosey. You can check out Sendling’s courtyards, those buildings you’d never before thrown a second glance at, and wander around artist’s studios. Entrance is entirely free, and you can wander around as you please. You’ll also have the opportunity to buy some of the artist’s work. And what could be better than supporting local artists with their projects?
When you’ve finished, I can wholly recommend popping in to Cafe Kreislauf for a homemade soup with Rachel. If you find yourself up by Harras, dive in to Kitchenette for a cream tea. Yes, a real English cream tea.
The main information point is located at Sendling, where you can pick-up maps, pop in for a cup of tea and buy Kunst in Sendling merch (their cotton bags are very cute). You can also check out the Facebook page for further information in advance.