Every Sunday at 1.30 PM, we invite parents
and children to a 90-minute workshop. It consists
of two parts: first, we pay a visit to an exhibition currently on show and discuss its contents. During the second part, we move on to practical, hands-on activities that enable everybody to creatively use
the stirred sensitivity and imagination.

5.06.2016 CATCH SHADOW IN THE SHADE

It appears and then vanishes. It revolves around us. Our everyday shadow. On Sunday, we are going to try and catch it by preserving its shape with thick paint. We are also going to remember some games we used to play in the yard because, if the weather permits, the workshop will be held in the museum garden. We will definitely have lots of fun
and bananas in chocolate to fuel us!

12.06.2016 UNFINISHED

When is an artwork finished and fully complete? Many works were intentionally never finished so that the viewers could fill in the gaps on their own. There are some buildings in the cityscape that never have assumed their final shape. They are patiently waiting for the construction to resume and eliminate
the “defects”. During the workshop, we will pay
the first visit to the exhibition “Labor Relations”, which features works from MWW’s international collection. In the practical part, we will busy ourselves with adding new forms to existing “architectural skeletons” and restore them to life.

19.06.2016 VISITING MONA LISA

29.06.2016 THE RECYCLING OF THE MEANING