Education, Children, Families
(Sunday), 1.30 PM – 3.30 PM, meeting point: level 1, free admission
The number of participants is limited. Applications to participate in a given workshop are accepted until the preceding Thursday, 4 p.m.
During the workshop, children are looked after by their parents, who also participate in the activities.
We invite children aged 8–12 with their parents or guardians to participate in the Creative Interventions series, as a part of Light Spectrum project. During the three-year programme, we will together examine the properties of each colour in the visible light spectrum. Each colour is characterised by a different frequency and energy, which we can experience through our presence in the interactive setting.
We start with orange – the colour of relationships, creativity and expression, which are the most important qualities in free improvisation. During the workshop with Mateusz Rybicki, we will discover the world of sounds contained in our voice, everyday objects and simple instruments. We will find out that each of us has the ability to improvise and we will learn about the importance of having freedom of self-expression while being mindful of others. We invite you to join us in our exploration of sound and orange!
Mateusz Rybicki is an improviser associated with the improvised music scene and experimental jazz, composer of music for theatre and film. He has performed many times in the National Forum of Music during events such as Jazztopad or the Theatre Olympics. He has released nine albums. Rybicki has a characteristic and unique style of playing which clearly refers to the jazz tradition, but also draws inspiration from ethnic and classical music.
The workshop is part of the educational programme accompanying the Light Spectrum project. More information about the project Light Spectrum / Exposure to Colour. Orange, link.
The Light Spectrum project was co-financed by the Ministry of Culture and National Heritage from the Culture Promotion Fund – a state special purpose fund.
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/muzeum_wspolczesne 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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