Education, Children, Families
workshops take place every sunday at 1:30 PM on the 1st 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.
2.04.2017 IN PIXELS
The Sunday meeting will be an opportunity for families to compete with each other. In order to win, you will need to be creative, imaginative and fast. We will play a game called Pixel Monster, in which little monsters are conjured up from pixels. We will also talk about what Pixel Art is, and how computer graphics and technological progress influence different disciplines of art. Attention! There will be prizes for the winners of the competition!
9.04.2017 ORGANIC SCULPTURE
Like many artists, Tony Cragg draws in his practice on organic shapes created by nature as corals, rocks or pebbles. During the meeting we will visit the artist’s exhibition and think about which natural creations resemble the works. In the practical part, we will use wire and a special sculpting material to make our own works.
23.04.2017 FRIEND NEEDED AT ONCE
Who is a “friend”? Is it just a perfect companion for fun?
We are going to look for answers in Wouter van Reek’s book “Pelerynek i pogoda pod psem”. In the practical part of the meeting we are going to make our own picture books with illustrations of our adventures. We will also show what it means to be a good friend and how great it is to have friends. The workshop will be held in the series “Books for Looking”.
30.04.2017 BLACK SPRING
The colour black and spring? These two words seem to be a mismatch. But we are going to check it by setting out on a journey across underground parties of the 1980s organised by Polish avant-garde artists. Many of the parties were accompanied by concerts or exhibitions of artists fighting for the freedom of expression. We will listen to a talk about the significance of the colour black and spring, and then we will go to a music exhibition. The workshop will be devoted to making our own party costumes from black materials and paper.
Information about future workshops to be released soon.
All the workshops are free, but please register via: firstname.lastname@example.org
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