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Online workshops of the exhibition “A Bear’s Dream”

The Labirynt Gallery would like to invite organised pre-school and school groups to participate in educational workshops inspired by the virtual exhibition “A Bear’s Dream”, which can be visited online as if a computer game. A virtual tour of the exhibition enables one to watch films, see photographs, paintings, and drawings, take a look at the surrounding world from a diversity of perspectives, and consider the human condition in the current times.

How to join the exhibition?

The manual and links can be found here: https://labirynt.com/en/sen-niedzwiedzia-wirtualna-wystawa-creart/

An important assumption of the exhibition is the possibility of supplementing it with new works, including those created by children and teenagers during educational workshops. Their works are going to be placed in the virtual space, and participants of the classes are going to become co-creators of the exhibition.

Information about the call for participation can be found HERE.

 

Sign up for workshops!

The workshops are dedicated to organised groups. It is necessary to arrange the date in advance. Workshops can be conducted in the virtual exhibition space in the VRChat programme or via ZOOM or MS Teams platform. After arranging the date, we are going to send information on how to join the class and a link to the online meeting.

Participants of the workshops should prepare art materials on their own. Necessary materials: A4 poster board, glue, scissors, newspaper clippings, brush and paints, crayons, markers.
For further details contact us at 81 466 59 20 extension 32 or edu@labirynt.com.
The workshop lasts about 30 minutes. Participation is free of charge.

The workshops are organised as part of the 2020 European Days of Artistic Creativity within the remit of the “CreArt. Network of Cities for Artistic Creation” programme, conducted by the Department of Culture of the Municipality of Lublin and co-funded by the “Creative Europe” Programme of the European Union.