Report from Liliana’s workshop

October 22, 2012 in Liliana Basarab, National Museum in Poznan, Workshops

On the 21st of October Liliana Basarab led a workshop: „Abstract drawing – shapes and feelings” at the National Museum.

Photos: Katarzyna Hoffmann

Workshops for children

October 16, 2012 in Liliana Basarab, National Museum in Poznan, Workshops

On 21 October 2012 at 12.00 Liliana Basarab will hold workshops for school-aged children titled  „Abstract drawing – shapes and feelings”.
The workshops will be held at the National Museum in Poznan.
Admission included in the price of the museum gallery ticket.

The workshops will consist of four events developing the participants imagination and creativity.

During the first part, the participants try to draw the story told by the hostess with their eyes closed. After that, they sit in a circle and, again with their eyes closed, draw their own work. After a minute, will pass their sheet of paper to the person sitting next to them and whisper to them what object they have just drawn, so that the next person can continue the drawing. Read the rest of this entry →

Photo report from Milan and Otto’s workshop

May 16, 2012 in Milan Loviška, National Museum in Poznan, Workshops

Milan Loviška’s workshop for children is over. It took place in the National Museum  as a part of the Children’s Museum Academy. After a brief description of their professional interests, Milan Loviška and Otto Krause showed the audience superhero posters from the Museum’s collection and together with the children discussed who superheroes are and what they do. At the end of the workshop, all the children took part in house-building for their superheroes.  Photos: Zuzanna Szczerbińska.

Angelo Romano and Daniel Kurjaković – lecture in The National Museum

April 27, 2012 in Angelo Romano, National Museum in Poznan, Residences 2012, Workshops

During Angelo Romano’s workshops at the National Museum in Poznań, Daniel Kurjaković – swiss curator and writer, presented an unconventional lecture “Comunity, Simultanity, Transformation”. The unconventional element was not only Kurjaković’s inspiring contributions on the subject of art with relation to society, but also the medium. The lecture was transmitted via an instant messenger, a medium which has also been used in many of Angelo Romano’s exhibitions. Read the rest of this entry →