1.00–3.00 pm, free admission
We would like to invite all seniors to afternoon meetings with contemporary art. The two-hour classes will include a tour of the exhibition and an exchange of opinions over a cup of tea.
Dates of meetings:
10.11, Saturday, 1–3 PM
14.11, Wednesday, 1–3 PM
A workshops revolving around the Ella Littwitz’s exhibition titled And Waters Became Wormwood.
The current migration crisis in Europe has been the biggest phenomenon of this type in Europe since the second world war. During the November meeting, we will visit Ella Littwitz’s exhibition And Waters Became Wormwood to discuss the problem of human migration and nationalism as seen from the perspective of the Mediterranean Sea basin. The starting point for conversation will be provided by sculptures illustrating the course of Mediterranean migration routes leading to the European Union. During the meeting we will look for tropes and references to the current migration crisis in the history of Europe, and towards the end we will think how much truth there is in the saying “We are all migrants.”
Detailed information about the subjects of future meetings will follow soon.
The assembly point is on level 0, next to the ticket office.
Please inform us about your willingness to participate three days before each meeting at the latest
by email: firstname.lastname@example.org
by phone: 71-356-42-53 or 514 937 971
or in person: in the ticket office on level 0
Admission is free of charge! You are most welcome to join us!
Each meeting can be joined at any time.
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