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LaMuz – the Flying Contemporary Museum 07.05.16–10.09.16

The LaMuz Flying Museum is a project aiming at making the concrete walls of the MWW’s seat in the former air-raid shelter more permeable. LaMuz is a travelling museum. Works by Polish contemporary artists will be “taken out” of the exhibition space and inserted into a new context of the yards in small Lower Silesian villages (Boleścin, Karczyce, Uraz). Over the period of nine weeks (May, June, July), nine works will make a symbolic journey with the youngest inhabitants (there will be three “flights” to each of the destinations). While travelling with the artists, educators and animators (several-hour workshops far from the Museum, which they normally do not visit), the young people will have an opportunity to discover contemporary artworks and interpret them in a creative way. The works and the ensuing actions will become a pretext for instilling sensitivity and stimulating the children’s imagination, which is indispensable for understanding art and the surrounding reality.

The action will culminate in the publication of an e-book containing the programme scenario to be used in the future by other educators and animators. In September we will unveil an exhibition summarising our tour of the Lower Silesian villages, whose opening will be attended by the young participants.

Published on:13.05.16 Share: Facebook, Twitter
Program animacji kulturalnej w trzech dolnośląskich miasteczkach

Koordyancja:
Katarzyna Wala

Pomoc koordynatorska:
Bartek Lis

Edukatorki:
Joanna Sekuła
Maria Marszałek
Agata Iżykowska

Dokumentacja fotograficzna:
Celina Strzelecka

Dofinansowano ze środków Ministerstwa Kultury
i Dziedzictwa Narodowego.
A programme of cultural animation in three Lower Silesian villages

Coordination:
Katarzyna Wala

Coordination assistance:
Bartek Lis

Educators:
Joanna Sekuła
Maria Marszałek
Agata Iżykowska

Photographic documentation:
Celina Strzelecka

Co-financed by the Ministry of Culture and National Heritage.
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