The Dancing Fountains at the SNFCC Canal continue to transport visitors to a world of magic with their spectacular choreographies, while the Ice Rink invites children and adults to skate to their hearts' content until February 2!
The POETICAL WORKS exhibition by Jannis Psychopedis has been extended until January 31, presenting a unique encounter between painting and poetry.
The program for January also includes new musical adventures, with the Jazz Chronicles series guiding visitors through creative improvisations and original compositions. On January 27, four distinguished musicians collaborate for the first time at the SNFCC, presenting a groundbreaking approach to Simeon ten Holt’s Canto Ostinato, a landmark work of the minimal movement. Moreover, Parabases—the SNFCC Reader’s Theater—continues, as does the tribute to the 100-year anniversary of the Bauhaus School. As always, a multitude of sport, environmental, and educational activities for children and adults will also be offered throughout the month.
All events offer free admission or affordably priced tickets with the exclusive support of the SNF.