Education, Children, Families
Sunday Family Workshops / a series of four workshops 28.02, 14.03, 28.03 (online), 11.04 (0nline) / 1.30–3 PM
Admission free of charge, the workshops take place at the museum.
The number of participants is limited. Please send your applications by Thursday before a given workshop, by 4 PM.
>>> Registration via the application form (PL) <<<
From February to April, we invite families with children aged 6-12 to a unique series of workshops entitled Progressor. A Guide to Nature and Art (as part of the Sunday Family Workshops).
During the meetings, we will look at the works of art from the museum’s collection in order to talk about the needs of the environment. Each workshop will address a different issue, such as smog, global warming or the impact of technology on nature.
28.02.2021 / 1.30–3 PM
Team 1: registered participants, Ignacy Oboz and Joanna Klima
INHALE AND EXHALE
What influences air quality? What contributes to the formation of smog? Inspired by Johanna Billing’s work entitled Pulheim Jam Session and Kuba Bąkowski’s Dust Eater, we will try to find evidence of the existence of smog – using DIY tools!
14.03.2021 / 1.30–3 PM
Team 2: registered participants, Małgorzata Rzerzycha-Myśliwy and Aneta Osuch
THE NATURE OF CLIMATE
We will together look closely at the Untitled work from the Tierra del Fuego series by Angelika Markul and we will consider the impact of human activities on our environment and ways of counteracting the negative consequences.
28.03.2021 / 1.30–3 PM
Team 3: registered participants, Agata Iżykowska-Uszczyk and Liubov Shynder
ARTBOX – TO SAVE THE EARTH!
How to create an artistic message drawing attention to the climate crisis? The artists taking part in the Zgorzelec Open-air Festival in 1971 needed no words to talk about the problems threatening the Earth and humanity. During the meeting, we will draw on the activities in Zgorzelec and we will together create ArtBox – To Save the Earth!
11.04.2021 / online
Team 4: registered participants, Grażyna Kryńska and Hanna Schudy
During the workshop, we will show you how to make compost from waste, which you can later use to feed the plants of your choice. Your composter will be a true miracle of nature, and you will be able to contemplate the processes that have enabled people to function in harmony with nature for millennia.
Please register for the workshop – a maximum of 10 people (5 families) can take part in it.
A Guide to Nature and Art is part of the project “C-Change – Arts and Culture Leading Climate Action,” carried out by the Municipality of Wrocław as part of the URBACT III Operational Programme financed by the European Regional Development Fund.
The task is carried out under the “C-Change – Arts and Culture Leading Climate Action in the Cities.” The project is implemented under the URBACT III 2014–2020 Programme.
Partners: Fundacja EkoRozwoju, Stowarzyszenie EKO-UNIA, EkoCentrum Wrocław.
Please be informed that during the workshops photographs can be taken for the needs of Wrocław Contemporary Museum, which may include the images of people taking part in the classes and images of works made by them. The photographs will be stored in an internal archive documenting the activities of MWW. They can also be used for promotional purposes on the website www.muzeumwspolczesne.pl and in social media (on websites facebook.com/muzeumwspolczesne, instagram.com/muzeumwspolczesne and youtube.com/muzeumwspolczesne). If you do not agree to have your photographs taken, please inform the person conducting the workshops before they start. Failing to provide such information before the beginning of the class workshop is tantamount to granting Wrocław Contemporary Museum consent to use the photographs as referred to above.
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