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.
The schedule of activities:
3.3 EMOTIONS, FACES AND GESTURES
The sculptures of the “Polyethylene. In the Darkness” have plastic bodies, and their faces are masks made of plaster. They show different emotions. Joy, sadness, peace, fear. During the workshop we will think on different means of expressing emotions. What do our face expressions proclaim? What gestures do we make in order to tell the others how we feel? What are the other ways to show emotions? How are they presented by the artists?
10.3 WANDERS AROUND THE ART
White figures provoke the spectator to find a context for them. They are like white sheets of paper, where various histories can be written. We can think about who the presented figures are, or imagine completely new personalities for them. We can also look for associations with sculpture of different ages. During the workshop we will try to find in these figures some antique peace, baroque anxiety, medieval legends and surreal cosmos.
17.3 THE UNIVERSE AND THE ARCHITECTURE
The exhibition “Soft landing” by Wrocław- based architect Witold Lipinski shows buildings projects that could serve as a scenography for Stanislaw Lem’s narratives. During the workshop we will look at some fantastic ideas of architects and we will construct cosmic buildings by our own.
Could art have a temperature? How warm tones and cool tones affect us? Why some interiors are warm and others seem to be cold and empty? The exhibition “Unhabited houses” by Anna Płotnicka is an attempt to warm up inside of the shelter and make it more friendly. During the workshop we will talk about the way we perceive art works using vision, hearing or touching it.
All the workshops are free, but please register via:
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