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.


How did our parents used to play when they were children? What do we do to make our afternoons nicer? During the workshop we will visit the exhibition of Konstancja Nowina-Konopko’s photographs titled 1001 Bad Deeds, which recounts the growing up of five boys from Biskupice, a former working class district of Zabrze. In the practical part, we will move to the museum yard and build our own shelter – a secret place known just to the select few.


This Sunday’s workshop will focus on the exhibition addressing “labor relations”. While looking at the installations on the 3rd floor we will talk about well-known firms and their recipe for business success. In the practical part, we will learn about several kinds of logotypes. We will think how to make a logo and then we will design our own business cards.

17.7.2016 TAKE SHELTER!

This workshop will provide an opportunity to meet some of the people working at Wrocław Contemporary Museum. We will find out what they think about their work at the museum and what motivates them. We will spend the practical part of the meeting playing detectives in the “Take Shelter!” game with the employees. We will discover secret places in the shelter and solve riddles in order to reach the “treasure of the shelter”.


On this Sunday we will talk about things that scare us, what fear is and how to cope with it. We will play games to learn some ways of dealing with difficult emotions. In the practical part, we will venture into the dark underground in order to stimulate our imagination. We will face the darkness by listening to a story about the ant and the bear, and in the end we will make fear less scary by playing with Growler.

31.7.2016 PROTEST TIME

The Sunday workshop will begin with a discussion about human rights, including the rights of the employee. We will think how we should treat each other. In the second part, we will pay a visit to the “Labor Relations” exhibition to find out what the Dynamus is, how Weavers work and what a real Riot looks like. We will spend the practical part making banners with tips about how we should work and play.

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