Using the example of alpine sweet grasses, designer Philipp Kolmann and artist Suzanne Bernhardt prove that even seemingly barren soil can produce a lot. Following in the footsteps of displaced peasant food cultures and their interaction with humans, animals and the landscape, the two create a new variety of culinary creations from one and the same plant family - the Poaceae or sweet grasses.
The experimental all-inclusive breakfast buffet developed from it for the Mühlerama they present again in the context of the art biennale foodculturedays Vevey 2023
extended until July 9, 2023
COPAIN Gerda Steiner & Jörg Lenzlinger
The exhibition COPAIN by internationally renowned Swiss artists Gerda Steiner and Jörg Lenzlinger is a hymn to bread and the people who make it - bakers, but also bread lovers from all cultures. With over a thousand bread objects, it offers a new look...
We carry a wide range of flours from different grains - but not only! In the museum store you will find kitchen items, baking and cooking books, snacks, games, Gschänkli and much more.
Of course, vouchers (for the museum, store, courses) are also available.
Selected flours are available at the following branches ofBuchmann Beck:Binz, Hubertus, Max Bill (Oerlikon), Rieterplatz, Seefeld and at Walter!
Baking and cooking school
We not only knead dough and heat up the oven, but also sharpen knives and swing wooden spoons.
Do you fancy a visit to the museum with a stimulating companion? In "Tandem in the Museum" you roam through our historic mill with a TiM guide and make up a story together. "TiM" is suitable for people of all ages. One "TiM" museum visit is free. You can find our TiM guides and more information at www.tim-tam.ch.
Evenings at the Museum - Every Wednesday until 9 pm
Wednesdays at 18.30 there is a guided tour of the mill à 30 min.
Entrance fee CHF 15.-/ 9.- (free aperitif drink included).
You are welcome to continue exploring the museum afterwards until 9 p.m. or to stay in the bakery for an aperitif.