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EVERYSUNDAY FAMILY WORKSHOPS
— February
07.02.16–28.02.16 w każdą niedzielę, godzina 13.30, poziom I, wstęp bezpłatny, obowiązuje rezerwacja miejsc Workshops take place every sunday at 1:30 P.M on the Ist floor. Free admission. Obligatory registration via email before workshops.

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.

7.02.2016 – CARICATURE-BASED PORTRAITS

We will visit Pola Dwurnik’s exhibition during the class. The artist makes funny drawings which feature people connected with the art world, among others. Sometimes she overdraws certain physical features or traits of character in the depictions. Following in her footsteps, we will make our own caricatures in the practical part of the workshop.

14.02.2016 – POETRY IN THE CITY

Should poetry be read or watched? Can it be found in books or on the streets? During the workshop we will return to Stanisław Dróżdż’s exhibition, which will be our starting point for searching for “concept-shapes” in the public sphere of Wrocław. The practical part of the meeting will be devoted to decorating the city with words.

21.02.2016 – CAN ARTWORK QUALITY BE CONTROLLED?

Who checks artworks with respect to a given standard? Is it possible to define the proper size or arrangement of elements within an artwork? We will address these and similar questions during a visit to Marlena Kudlicka’s exhibition “Sculpture: Quality Control and Standard Verification”. In the practical part of the workshop we will make our own works following previously agreed rules.

28.02.2016 – TAKE ART INTO ACCOUNT!

What does art have in common with mathematics? Do artists have to be able to count? Marlena Kudlicka’s works are precisely designed and made with attention to detail. Complicated calculations were indispensable for them to emerge. Other artists also must respect the laws of mathematics, physics, and the technical parameters of the tools they use. In the past artists adopted a scientific approach to the laws concerning perspective and proportions. In the practical part of the workshop we are going to make calculations that will be used to create an artwork.

All the workshops are free, but please register via: edukacja@muzeumwspolczesne.pl

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Program realizowany ze środków Ministerstwa Kultury
i Dziedzictwa Narodowego.

Prowadzenie zajęć
i opracowanie prelekcji: Maria Marszałek

Opracowanie narzędzi edukacyjnych: Patrycja Mastej
The programme is co-funded by the Ministry of Culture and National Heritage.

Workshop and introduction delivery: Maria Marszałek

Development of the educational tools: Patrycja Mastej
il. Patrycja Mastej il. Patrycja Mastej
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