We invite to a holiday adventure in the third week of August. “What is hidden in the shelter” is a series of classes for school children, which will be an opportunity for them to spend their free time in a city in a creative and exploratory way.
From Monday to Friday, between 11am and 5pm, we will together solve puzzles related to the works presented on the “Artificial fullmoon” exhibition that are taken from the collection of The Lower Silesian Society for the Encouragement of Fine Arts, we will explore the recesses of the Museum’s temporary headquarters, and we will search it for the hidden treasure. On Saturday between 11am and 2pm we invite children and their parents to the picnic, and on Sunday between 1:30 and 5:30 pm we invite to take part in an Exhibition Starter.
The classes will include a series of games, exercises and tasks that will sensitize the children to responding to visual and auditory stimuli. They will also be the inspiration for unassisted search in the sphere of image and sound, creative interpreting art and using it in own works.
Apart from learning the series of issues related to sensory perception, to creating art and to its history, children will also have the opportunity to learn more about MWW itself, learn what its function is and what role it plays.
We hope that these classes will make modern art and the mere cultural institution more accessible for children.
Preparing and conducting the classes: Anna Rymarz, Beata Rojek, Kamil Radek and Wojtek Furmaniak.
The classes are for children between 7 and 12 years and they are free of charge. Due to the limited number of places, earlier reservation is necessary, the enrolment will last till the end of June.
Contact: Zośka Reznik, tel. 889 290 540, email@example.com
The project is implemented with the funds of the Ministry of Culture and National Heritage.
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