The Portraits of George Rorris: Mirror Reflections! (English Language)
Interactive Guided Tour for Children Aged 10-13
What lies behind the portraits of George Rorris?
What feelings does a journey through his multiple layers of colour evoke?
Which words come to mind when staring at his paintings?
Children aged 10-13 have the opportunity to seek the answers to all these questions at the B&E Goulandris Foundation’s interactive guided tours, which are part of the George Rorris retrospective, The Nobleness of Purity, on display at the Museum of Contemporary Art in Andros.
After browsing through the artist’s portraits, children are called to draw inspiration from his works and seek their own reflection, always in relation to their surroundings as seen through the mirror. Where will this self-discovery lead? What will the children encounter and what kind of magical world will unravel in front of them?
Concept: B&E Goulandris Foundation / Katerina Georgopoulou
Implementation: Ifigeneia Chala
Cost of participation: 8€
Number of participants: Up to 8 children
Basil & Elise Goulandris Foundation
Museum of Contemporary Art, Andros
Dates and times for English-speaking audience – Ages 10-13:
*For Children Aged 6-9 click here
Health and safety measures against COVID-19
We would like to inform you that the B&E Goulandris Foundation takes a series of necessary measures to protect the health of its visitors and ensure they have a pleasant experience.
The use of non-medical masks is required during your visit to all Museum spaces and throughout the entire interactive guided tour.
We ask all children to keep a distance of at least 1.5 meters (5 feet) from each other while at the Museum. We also advise them to wash their hands before visiting the exhibition and make use of the hand 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.
Special care has been taken to keep safe distances within the Museum, to avoid overcrowding and ensure a smooth flow of visitors.