International Club of Berne

Art Museum Tour and Botanical Gardens (Asian Plants)

  • Sunday, 20th October 2019 at 11am - 1pm
  • Sunday, 20th October 2019 at 1:45pm - 3:45pm
  • Wednesday, 13th November 2019 at 6:30pm - 8:30pm
  • Sunday, 17th November 2019 at 11am - 1pm

Location: Various locations

When    Sunday, 20 October, join whichever event you like

Where   At 11:00, meet at the Fine Arts Museum, Hodlerstrasse 8

Where   At 12:30, meet at Tibits in the railway station for lunch

Where   At 13:45, meet at the Palm House of the Botanical Gardens

Contact  Graham Tritt

Deadline Please register by Thursday if you are interested

At the Fine Arts Museum we view the “Clair de la Lune – Pictures of the Moon” exhibition (tour in German). See www.kunstmuseumbern.ch for the entry fees.

We may then, as an option, go to a nearby restaurant for a drink and or meal.

The Botanical Gardens offers guided tours in German about plants. On this day, we learn about hops and other components of beer (see www.boga.unibe.ch).

After the tour, we can walk along the Aare and stop for a drink somewhere.

At the Botanical Gardens we attend the tour (in German) entitled The Plant World of Asia (www.boga.unibe.ch/agenda/oeffentliche_fuehrungen/) (donation).

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Graham wrote
at 4:57pm on Monday, 21st October 2019
Who is interested in Museum visits?
Who has a Museum Pass?

There is a lot of great stuff to see.


https://www.museen-bern.ch/en/exhibitions/event-details/public-guided-tour-in-english-johannes-itten-art-as-life/

Sunday 17 November
What events should we create for ICB memberss?

On Sunday 17.11.2019 19.30 - 20.30
Public guided tour in English: Johannes Itten: Art as Life

Nazanin wrote
at 11:20am on Sunday, 20th October 2019
Hi, will join you at tibit. Not sure about the garden yet.
Thanks and Gteetings
Graham wrote
at 10:29am on Sunday, 20th October 2019
Botanical Gardens
http://www.boga.unibe.ch/agenda/oeffentliche_fuehrungen/quer_durch_asien_2010

Quer durch die asiatische Pflanzenwelt…

Eine Reise durch die asiatischen Gebiete
Veranstaltende: BOGA, Verein Aquilegia
Redner, Rednerin: Katja Rembold
Datum: 20.10.2019
Uhrzeit: 14:00 - 15:00 Uhr
Ort: Treffpunkt vor dem Palmenhaus
Botanischer Garten der Universität Bern
Altenbergrain 21
3013 Bern
Merkmale: Öffentlich
kostenlos
Graham wrote
at 11:36am on Saturday, 19th October 2019
It is the last day of the exhibition (open 10:00 - 17:00)

https://www.kunstmuseumbern.ch/en/see/today/851-clair-de-lune-120.html

Clair de lune Pictures of the Moon in the Collection of Prints and Drawings

Apollo 11 landed on the moon fifty years ago. However, neither Jules Verne’s Barbicane nor Hergé’s Tintin stepped out of the spacecraft but people of flesh and blood. What might have taken the magic out of it was in fact the beginning of new dreams and fantasies. The moon’s power to fascinate us has continued undiminished.

The exhibition features pictures of the moon from various epochs. Sometimes they present the moon as the source of light in a nocturnal landscape, sometimes it is allegorical in multiple ways, and sometimes it becomes a sort of anthropomorphic vehicle for conveying own states of mind. Contrary to the sun, the moon represents the night, darkness, things that can’t be explained by rational means, the horrifying, the miraculous, feminine and even healing powers. Among the artists whose works will be on show are Sebald Beham, Balthasar Anton Dunker, Franz Niklaus König, Ernst Kreidolf, Paul Klee, Nell Walden, Meret Oppenheim, Claude Sandoz to name just a few.

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Art Museum Tour and Botanical Gardens (Asian Plants)

When    Sunday, 20 October, join whichever event you like

Where   At 11:00, meet at the Fine Arts Museum, Hodlerstrasse 8

Where   At 12:30, meet at Tibits in the railway station for lunch

Where   At 13:45, meet at the Palm House of the Botanical Gardens


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