We invite children from 4 to 11 years old and their parents to visit us on two Sundays of July (1, 15.07) at 1.30 PM.
The workshops last 90 min and consist of two parts. At the beginning we all visit an exhibition that is currently showing at MWW and discuss the featured works. After that we move on to the manual part, which is intended to creatively use the aroused imagination and sensitivity.
Programme of Sunday Family Workshops
– July 2018:

Personal memories often lead to the most interesting ideas. The starting point for the manual exercise during the meeting will be provided by postcards that open the Polish-Japanese story behind the Red is Bad exhibition. Deriving inspiration from the featured works by Piotr Bujak, an interdisciplinary artist whose practice is often based on minimalist forms of expression and DIY ideas, we will also maximally limit the means of expression and only use two colours and recycled materials. Inspired by the phenomenon of trolling, well known to both the artist and the workshop participants, we will send him postcards in two languages – Polish and Japanese.
The workshop, including a visit to the exhibition, will be conducted by Natalia Gołubowska.
The workshop based on the collective exhibition titled Nietota will take us to the magical world of abstraction, performative gesture and symbolism. The featured paintings, objects, sculptures, installations and videos will put us in a mystical mood. Just like the artists, we will believe in secret powers and endow them with a visual form. The practical part of the workshop will be based on elements of the exhibition captured on photographs, which will be turned into boxes containing invisible stories. We will seal them with magical formulae and find out who manages to open them.
The workshop, including a visit to the exhibition, will be conducted by Natalia Gołubowska.
Programme of Sunday Family Workshops in 2018 >>>
All the workshops are free, but please register via: edukacja@muzeumwspolczesne.pl
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