7 April 2013, 12 a.m.

Can a book arouse admiration or inspire to artistic creation? Are there any unputdownable books? A new series of workshops intended for children aged 3-8 years proves it right. At each meeting, activities are structured around one carefully selected reading. Workshops’ participants can see for themselves that a touch of imagination is enough to have good fun with a book and to fall under its creative spell. This time children will get to know an atypical, ‘gnawed’ book – “The Book with a Hole” (Herve Tullet, Tate Publishing, 2011). Physical absence of the cover, a hole mentioned in the title stimulates the imagination and creative thinking as well as it incites a creative search aiming to fill in the blank space.

Participation in the workshop is free. Gallery provides workshops’ participants with all the materials needed. You have to enrol for the workshop by sending an e-mail containing your submission: edu@labirynt.com (full name and child’s age). Duration: about 60 min.
More information: 81 466 59 20, edu@labirynt.com