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.
“A little boy finds five zlotys under the table. What is he going to do with it? So many things, so many possibilities. Clothes, laptops, bikes, cars… He can buy everything! What is he going to choose?” This is a short description of what we will find in the picture book which will be the focus of our Sunday workshop. The book will become the starting point for thinking about the value of art. Can it be measured with five-zloty coins? We will look at several works at the museum, and then we will make something very valuable and unique to us.
The meeting will be held in the cycle Książki do patrzenia.
10.09.2017 PLAY ME YOURSELF!
What sounds express you best? Is there an instrument whose sound triggers special emotions in you? Why do we like some sounds and detest others? During this Sunday’s meeting we are going to visit the music exhibition “Black Spring” and listen to the voice of young people fighting for their freedom. We will see how the young rebels expressed themselves through movement, dance and appearance. In the practical part we will look for interesting sounds and make musical instruments, write lyrics and work on a choreograph that will express ourselves and our emotions.
 17.09.2017 BLOCKING
Imagine you have a great idea. Even a perfect one. Everything falls into place. How is it possible, then, that the idea never materialises? Perhaps what is needed is self-confidence? Or maybe first you have to get rid of all the fears and anxiety? During the workshop we will talk about what blocks us and why some ideas forever remain on paper. We will visit the exhibition held within the TIFF festival and look at works by six artists: Antonina Gugała, Łukasz Filak, Konrad Trzeszczkowski, Anna Orłowska, Weronika Gęsicka and Rafał Milach. We will find out if artists also suffer from mental block and anxiety, and then we will use the works as inspiration to create our own pieces.
24.09.2017 PUT ON A CAP, SHELTER!
The seat of Wrocław Contemporary Museum is in an air-raid shelter dating back to the second world war. Concrete was the material used to build almost everything here – walls, floors, ceilings…
On the outside, it looks like … exactly, like what? Have you ever wondered if it could look different? During the workshop we will explore both the interior of the shelter and its external appearance. We will measure its circumference with steps, we will make the proper sketches, and then we will transform the shelter into a funny colourful creature, which will be nowhere near as serious as the fortified building.
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