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.

The schedule of activities:


We will visit the exhibition of the Permafo group for the last time this week. Plenty of works in it show repeated, multiplied motifs. By watching and counting them we will ponder on what a collection and a series are and on what art have in common with maths. During the second part of the workshop, we will create our own comics that document reality with the use of sequential photography.


“America in not ready for This” is a title of a film and of an exhibition that is presented on the Level 0 of the MWW. This is where we will try to guess whom Karol Radziszewski was following in America. Then we will think on whether there is a difference between art and pop culture and on what we associate with the United States. During a manual exercise, with the use of pop culture motifs, we will construct our own film scene.


Paweł Althamer’s sculptures were made by machines that produce plastic containers on a daily basis. When they were being made in Berlin, the artist was assisted by the workers and the employees of the Deutsche Guggenheim, as well as the visitors. During the workshop we will try to answer questions on what sculpture is, how and from what materials it is made, what differentiates it from painting and architecture, and what is its use. We will also think on who the artist is and what is his work about.


We associate light with joy, good and truth. Darkness means night and mystery. We can see shapes and colours in the light; in the dark we have to trust other senses. During the workshop we will talk about the light, darkness, and the meanings they carry. We will also think on what are the uses of different kinds of light and shadow in art. We will look at a group of white, fulgent sculptures, that appeared in the darkness of the shelter. We will check whether they disperse the shadow, or hide in it.

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