Für Frieden und Freiheit Gemeinsames Statement der Basler Museen. Freier Eintritt in Museen für Schutzbedürftige, Asylsuchende, Personen mit Aufenthaltsstatus F, N und S sowie anerkannten Flüchtlinge (mit Ausweis B)
Museums of Basel open their doors for a free visit to all persons in need of protection, asylum seekers, provisionally admitted persons with residence status F, N and S and recognized refugees (with ID B).
For the full statement and also for an overview of the museums of the Conference of Museum Directors that grant free admission, see
Every year, this cross-border group exhibition – a cooperation with nineteen institutions in Switzerland, Germany, and France – offers the opportunity for an in-depth experience of art scene in this area. The exhibition at the Kunsthaus will include the works of 20 artists working in the region.
Artists from the region can apply to participate in the Regionale 23 through 30 June 2022.
Application at regionale.org
Groundbreaking ceremony for the new Kunsthaus Baselland
On the morning of March 30, 2022, the time had finally come: As the owner of the building, the Kunsthaus Baselland Foundation (Sven Hoffmann, President), together with the Kunstverein Baselland (Marina Meijer-von Tscharner, President) and a representative from the Kunsthaus Baselland (Ines Goldbach, Director), were able to invite guests to the groundbreaking ceremony and thus the beginning of the construction of the new Kunsthaus Baselland at Dreispitz. Designed by Buchner Bründler Architekten, the conversion will be complete by the end of 2023 and the venue will then be ready for use. This is a major milestone for this Baselland cultural institution.
Further information can be found here.
2022 Annual Program
Please find all information about the upcoming exhibitions in our annual program 2022.