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Atelier Brood halve dag
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Atelier MOT & GO
Workshop MOT & GO
Teaching material
Teaching material These educational workbooks are only available in Dutch.
Wiki Loves Heritage
Photo contest "Wiki Loves Heritage" Wiki Loves Heritage is a photo contest in Flanders, Wallonia and Brussels taking place from 15 June until 15 November 2018 in the context of the European Year of Cultural Heritage. During the contest you are welcome to upload photos from heritage in Belgium. Heritage includes immovable heritage and movable heritage, as well as immaterial heritage as maritime heritage. Participate by uploading photos of heritage from Belgium, enrich Wikipedia and make heritage more visible for the public! Make this museum more visible! In and around the MOT there is a lot of heritage to be seen. We would like to be even more present on Wikipedia and we can use your help! Take part of the photo contest and make Wikipedia more complete. How? By visiting the Guldendal (Guldendal 20), Liermolen (Vorststraat 8) and/or Tommenmolen (Tommenmolenstraat 18) and making photo's of: The historic buildingsThe collection...
Schatten van Vlieg
The Play Attic
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Workshops for adults
Workshops for adults The MOT organizes workshops for adults on all kinds of technical subjects, under the name of "Does" (How to's). These are brief introductions of half a day or a whole day on the first and third Saturday of the month, from June to September.  A number of workshops are supervised by employees of the MOT, but for other workshops we call on specialist teachers. During our multi-day classes you can learn how to build a bread oven or half-timber a building in wattle and daub. All adults, both beginner and advanced, with a specific, hands-on interest in our subjects can enroll. At the MOT there are also workshops in collaboration with partners like Inverde and the Regional Landscape Brabantse Kouters. These activities are only offered in Dutch.