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.


This special workshop will be devoted to Stanisław Dróżdż’s exhibition of works titled “Ideas”. This conceptual artist created the well-known verbal images and visual poems. A monumental version of one of his works decorates the façade of the shelter which houses MWW. We are also going to create a monumental work of art by printing large letters across a wide area. To mark Children’s Day, the workshop will be accompanied by special attractions in the open air, which will turn it into an unusual picnic.


During the workshop we will pay the first visit to an exhibition presenting Aspen Magazine. It was a highly unusual publication: an interdisciplinary magazine featuring various cultural phenomena, which was published as boxes filled up with diverse materials. Inside, there were literary texts, visual artworks, recordings, and many other objects. Due to its format, the magazine could have been ‘read’ by many people at the same time. During the practical part of the workshop, we are also going to make boxes full of extraordinary contents, which we can later read together.

22.06 Art Wastelands. Workshop in the garden.

During this workshop, instead of sitting in the concrete shelter we are going to work creatively in the MWW garden, or in Art Wastelands. Art Wastelands is an ongoing project initiated by the artist Elżbieta Jabłońska, which takes place in several Polish cities at the same time. It is based on turning unused plots of land adjacent to public galleries and museums into colourful gardens. As a results, these places cease to be wastelands and become meeting places where people work, have fun and relax together. During the practical part of the workshop, we are going to make colourful windmills that will endow the garden with positive eco-energy.

29.06 Return of traditional art

As part of the workshop, we are going to pay the first visit to a new MWW exhibition featuring works by Krzysztof Mężyk. He creates abstract paintings that are autonomous worlds consisting of mysterious shapes and colours. During the workshop, we are going to learn how to look at and “read” abstract paintings, and in the practical part we will make our own expressive paintings.

All the workshops are free, but please register via: