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Play of Painting (Malspiel)
for all ages

"Malort" is a space for
children, teenagers and adults
to experience painting next to each other.

The specific conditions within Malort allow for playful unfolding without comparison or competition.

Joy, freedom and ease guide the way.
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Everything in Malort is meant to enrich your experience and wellbeing, including the large central color palette, the high-quality brushes and the presence of all ages.

Here you are welcome as you are - the atmosphere is free of judgement.
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Your play is defined by what unfolds spontaneously, without any external influence or task.

You are not taught artistic techniques in a traditional manner. Instead you are served practically what you need to stay in the flow.
Capacities and competences grow organically along the way.

Stimulation comes through your fellow participants.

You can explore what matters to you.
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Your paintings won't be criticized or praised. They will be preserved in the safety of the Malort, allowing your focus to stay on the relaxing experience instead.

You can start Malspiel anytime of the year. To experience its deep relaxing and unfolding effects
participation for a year is essential.

Courses take place once a week for 60 to 90 minutes.

We offer a free introduction on site
(outside of the painting hours /parents without children first).

Parents or grand-parents can paint together with their children. Siblings can start at the same time, or join different groups.

Small children (from 3 years) are accompanied by their parents if necessary. Individual agreements can be made along the way.
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60,- Euro monthly

(4 units of Malspiel per month/90mins per unit)

children up to 4 years:

50,- monthly

(4 units / 60mins per unit)

material and aprons for use included

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(only with registration)

saturday  from 10.00 to 12.00 am
tuesday from 3.30 to 5.30 pm
wednesday from 3.30 to 5.30 pm
thursday from 3.30 to 5.30 pm

ground floor, six stairs

at Malort Düsseldorf
with Frauke Ratzke


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