All parents with their children are welcome to join us each Sunday at 1:30 PM. All workshops take one hour and consist of two parts. First, we visit the up-to-date exhibition together and we talk about the works presented there. During the second part of the workshop we take up manual activities that enable everybody to creatively use their awaken sensitivity and imagination.

Can a single photograph change the world? How can art be used to influence the reality around us? During this Sunday Family Workshop we are going to visit the recently opened exhibition “Gordon Parks: I Use my Camera as a Weapon” and talk about this famous photographer’s struggle for social justice. Later we are going to create works that could influence what is going on around us.
18.06.2017 SHTAMAH
Why do we make friends with some people while beware of others? We will try to find it out by visiting Ewa Axelrad’s exhibition “Shtamah”. In the second part of the workshop, we will go to the museum’s backyard and try to remember what games we used to play when we were children. Then, of course, we will play them.
25.06.2017 THE MUSEUM GAME
How to find meaning in an exhibition? It can be achieved through a game with tasks to be done in the exhibition space. This is our idea for visiting the display titled “Black Spring. On Wrocław’s independent music scene of the 1980s”. Take your family and find out which team will be the first to discover what is hidden in the exhibition.

Detailed information about July’s workshop will be revealed soon. Subjects:

2.07.2017 A city of luxury
(at the exhibition “Black Spring. On Wrocław’s independent music scene of the 1980s”)

9.07.2017 Doing portraits
(at the exhibition” Gordon Parks: I Use my Camera as a Weapon”)

16.07.2017 She in flowers
(at the exhibition “Aleksandra Śmigielska: To Touch”)

23.07.2017 Travelling / with a book for looking
(in the cycle “Books for Looking”)

30.07.2017 A lamp that makes noise
(at the exhibition “Black Spring. On Wrocław’s independent music scene of the 1980s”)

All the workshops are free, but please register via: