KuBiG - Culture and education in Gronau

Kultur und Bildung in Gronau. Hier findet ihr alle kulturellen Angebote.

KuBiG brings together culture enthusiasts and interested parties, promotes the diversity of creative forms of expression and offers a wide range of creative activities and projects, especially for children and young people, at various locations and in cooperation with a constant stream of new partners.

Here you will find a wide range of cultural education offers in Gronau and Epe. Whether for kindergarten children, teenagers, young families or adults – there is something for everyone here, whether in a group or as an individual.

Together, we are creating a vibrant cultural landscape that not only contributes to personal development, but also to social participation.

Become part of this movement and help make Gronau a place where culture and education go hand in hand.

Britta Drewitz, britta.drewitz@rock-popmuseum.de, 02562-814821
Sabine Thünenkötter, sabine.thuenenkoetter@kb-gronau.de, 02562-718717


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Art & Co.

Dear children, dear young people,

you want to be creative in Gronau and Epe, but don’t know exactly how and where? Then you’ve come to the right place.

At various locations in our city, we offer a colorful and diverse program of dance/movement, art, theater and music for children and young people between the ages of 6-14.

Have fun browsing and participating!

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Cultural backpack

The “Kulturrucksack” is a program of the state of NRW. The aim is to provide all children and young people with free or significantly reduced-cost cultural opportunities.

Gronau is also taking part, together with Ahaus and Heek, and offers great projects for everyone from 10-14 years old to participate in – from drum building to graffiti workshops.

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No other institution reaches as many young people as the school. This is where the Kulturstrolche project comes in: It brings together important actors and partners to form a strong and sustainable network of elementary school, cultural institutions and local artists.

Since 2008, the project has been promoted in the member cities of the Kultursekretariat NRW Gütersloh, and Gronau is currently also participating in the project with three elementary schools. Kulturstrolche discover, observe and ask questions, but above all they try out cultural forms of expression for themselves. From the beginning of the second school year, the children roam the cultural institutions of their city or region in class and during regular school hours. In the three years of the project, the students should have become acquainted with as many as six different disciplines and institutions or artists. The rock’n’popmuseum, the public library and various freelance artists are among the participants.

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Children's Theatre

During the winter months between October and March, a children’s theatre is held once a month on a Sunday afternoon at 4 p.m. – organised by the youth promotion department of the town of Gronau.