Cubism, my portrait and recycling!
Creative workshop for children aged 7-9
What is cubism?
How do you feel when you see a work by Pablo Picasso?
How can we produce a collage drawing inspiration from cubism?
With the specially designed workshop Cubism, my portrait and recycling!, children aged 7-9 have the opportunity to get acquainted with cubism, starting with two works by Pablo Picasso that are part of the Collection of the B&E Goulandris Foundation (the 1907 “Nude Woman with Raised Arms” and the 1905 “Young Man with Bouquet”).
Through an interactive guided tour, observation and comparison, children learn about the art movement of cubism, which the artist reproduces in his works. Then, using various recyclable materials such as paper boxes, odule cardboard, kitchen rolls and bottle caps, they experiment with collages and create their own cubist sculptures, learning, at the same time, about recycling.
Children can bring along a recyclable material of their choice and try to use it in their sculpture.
Concept: Ioulia Marousi
Implementation: Ioulia Marousi & Ioanna Koutsouki
For children aged 7-9
Every Sunday │10:30-12:00
The workshop takes place in Greek
Up to 12 children per workshop
Venue: Children’s Workshop
Cost of participation: 12€
Cost of participation for Kid and Family Members: 9€
Για τη συμμετοχή των παιδιών στα εκπαιδευτικά εργαστήρια, είναι απαραίτητη η επίδειξη αρνητικού αυτοδιαγνωστικού τεστ (self-test) Covid-19.
* The cost of participation concerns one child only.
** Children taking part in the workshops are advised to be at the Museum premises 15’ early.
*** Parents cannot stay with their children during the workshop. They may remain in the Museum premises if they wish so and enjoy a drink/snack at the Café-Restaurant or visit the exhibition areas (please keep in mind that neither is included in the cost of participation).
Health & safety measures against Covid-19
The B&E Goulandris Foundation takes a series of measures to safeguard the health and safety of its visitors and ensure that those who participate in the educational programmes have a pleasant experience.
- The use of non-medical masks is required in all the Museum’s indoor areas and throughout the entire educational programme.
- We advise all children to wash their hands before entering the workshop area and make use of the sanitiser, available at the Museum.
Please be informed that the Museum is operating on an open loop air conditioning system and that the building is cleaned and disinfected on a regular basis.
13 Eratosthenous str., Athens 116 35, Greece. Τ. +30 210 72 52 895, F. +30 210 72 35 467, E. email@example.com