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With an exhibition in a public place, Massach wants to bring the “Chicken Ladder” back to the streets a little life. This is why the colorful hidden objects of the painter Daniela Grabner are featured on the community’s notice board. The illustrations for this come from the work of “The Great Bavarian Wimmelbook” and invite young and old to explore, surprise and explore. The young Munich artist created three designs with Bavarian sightseeing available to the association to embellish Massach hoardings.

Those who dive into this herd can discover fun stories for young and old: the Cathedral Sparrow sings in Regensburg, the Königse has plenty to experience underwater and the robbers spartarted in the Mespelunn moated There are loose in the palace. Every picture has a little wolperinger, Bavarian lion and Mama Bavaria. Who will be the first to discover all three? Chicken Ladder Maisach has been offering door-to-door culture for over 25 years; Usually as a children’s theater and now for the first time in an exhibition in a public place.

© SZ vom 08.02.2021 / SZ

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