27-3-2021 - 27-3-2021

Galeria Labirynt

About event

27/03/2021, 1:00 p.m.

We would like to invite children aged 9–12 with their guardians to stationary workshops about the use of bacteria and fungi by artists!

How do artists use bacteria, mould and fungi in their works? How do they create their works? Do they smell? Can we touch them? We are going to find answers for these and many other questions during our next workshops from the series “It Is Not Art to Learn Art”! The starting point of our creative challenges are going to be works created by Diana Lelonek, Klaus Pichler, Maciej Dowgiałło but also these created by the scientists in laboratories. In the practical part, workshops participants are going to create their own models of bacteria!


✅ Accessibility:

👨‍🦽 The workshop takes place on the ground floor. In the bookstore, you can borrow a wheelchair and earmuffs for free.

🧏 Workshops can be translated into the PJM – tick the appropriate box in the application form

🦻 The gallery has portable hearing loops. If you need to use the loop, please let us know via email at edu@labirynt.com or via application form.


📩 We accept registration for the workshops until Wednesday (24/03) or until there are no more places available. You can register via the application form (https://forms.gle/Sne6LU94tMnYj4bs9).


🎨 The workshops are going to be held at Galeria Labirynt (ul. ks. J. Popiełuszki 5). For safety reasons, we limited the number of the workshop participants. We also remind you that face and mouth coverings must be worn throughout the whole event – protective masks are available at the bookstore. We regularly disinfect the surfaces in the gallery and provide hand sanitiser.

🎨 The necessary materials are provided by Galeria Labirynt.

⏱ The workshops last approximately 60 minutes.

💰 Participation is payable, ticket price: PLN 4 / child; guardians of children participating in the workshops and persons with disabilities are entitled to free tickets.

🖼 Leading: Dominika Knap, educator of Galeria Labirynt.






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