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.


A family workshop in Wrocław Contemporary Museum is a good opportunity to have a creative look at your family. In her work entitled “The Tree”, Agata Bogacka shows photographs of her grandmothers, great grandmothers, cousins and aunts. We will also use photos to create our own graphic genealogical trees.
We encourage you to bring your family photos which we will be able to use during our work. The best photos will be printed out in a larger size.


What can an artwork be created out of? During our workshops we have often used unusual materials, such as vegetables, toys or bamboo shots. At this exhibition we can find works created out of dust, filed fingernails or food leftovers. The ability to carefully observe our everyday life turns out to be crucial, as then – absolutely by chance, we can spot something unusual, beautiful and moving in our reality.


How to express one’s emotions by means of a pencil? During this workshop we will prove that offhand drawings perfectly reveal the mood in which their author was while creating them. It is worth noticing not only what was drawn, but first of all how it was drawn. Are the lines and spots free, smooth and sharp, or are they broken and clumped into nervous zigzags? We will also free our emotions by drawing objects around us.


During the workshop we will look at photography presented in Wrocław Contemporary Museum as a part of TIFF Festival. Look carefully cause not everything is what it seems.. We will know Cristina De Middels’ photos that present first African spaceflight program and afterwards we will create our own cosmic „trick photography”.

Take your own photo with you- we will use it in creative process.

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