Education, Children, Families
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.
All the workshops are free, but please register via: email@example.com
12.04.2015 SOFT CODES AND WEIRD STAIRS
This week we will pay the first visit to the new exhibition featuring the conceptual tendencies
in Slovakian art. Many of the exhibits are items whose original function had been questioned: a table that we cannot put anything on, chandeliers growing from
the floor and boxing gloves turned into a masterpiece
of jewellery are but a few examples. During
the workshop, we will also make anti-objects and endow them with untypical functions.
19.04.2015 CREATIVE TECHNOLOGY
Websites, software and applications can be either well designed or not. We will think what it depends on, and why the Internet should also be an aesthetically appealing space. We will consider the Internet etiquette rules that should apply to anybody posting their photo or picture on a website. In the practical part, we will use the virtual version of the Self-service Museum to make works on tablets. We will then publish them on the Creatubbles.com platform, where children from all over the world show their works and inspire each other.
26.04.2015 BAREFOOT ON THE GROUND
We can look at our planet from the space, and we can also peep inside it. We can observe it using both a telescope and a microscope. This time, we will focus on experiencing earth without using eyesight. Instead, we will concentrate on the sense of touch, smell and taste. During the workshop we will think about the influence of the layer of concrete that separates us from the ground in cities. We will try to creatively walk on bare ground, feel it anew and make works without using our hands.
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