Παιδικά Εργαστήρια Σαββατοκύριακου
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Museum of Cycladic Art Workshops for parents and children from October to May
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October 2020 Educational Programs
at the Museum of Cycladic Art

“On weekends… children and parents at the Museum.”

Online ticket purchase at Viva.gr

 

On weekends… children and parents at the Museum!

School has started and, this year, the Museum of Cycladic Art continues to offer the best weekend activities for children, ages 2-12! Every weekend, from October to May, children and parents get acquainted with the exciting world of the Museum through fairy tales, interactive tours, art workshops, theater, photography and music!


For children, ages 4-5

“My form”

Saturday 17/10, 11.00-13.00
and Sunday 18/10, 11.30-13.30, Saturday 24/10, 11.00-13.00,
and Saturday 31/10, 11.00-13.00 (repetition of the same workshop)

 

We begin this year’s journey from our own space, at the Museum. Walking through the collections, we will find out how people, in all ages, expressed the need to depict themselves and the human form. From the plank-shaped figurines of Cypriot Art and the violin-shaped figurines of the Cycladic civilization, to Henry Moore’s contemporary abstract sculptures, the human form has taken many shapes and curves, expressing the particularities and needs of each era.

After the tour, we take to the workshop, where a creation myth explains how our world took shape and life, while also providing inspiration for our sculptures. The children use pieces of clay to cut holes, shape curves and create their own forms. This way, at least for a while, they become the creators of their own universe, experiencing the power of the earth through the use of clay.

P.S.: Children should wear comfortable, casual clothes and be prepared to get dirty, because we will definitely get dirty!

For children, ages 4-5
With Story Teller, Antonia Velliou, and Developmental Psychologist, Despoina Sakellariou
Ticket price: 12€
Only for Greek-speaking children

Tickets available at viva.gr

Information: Τ: +30 210 7294220, Monday – Friday: 10:00-13:00

 

For children ages 5-7 on Saturday 17/10, 11.00-13.00

and Sunday 18/10, 11.30-13.30 (repetition of the same workshop) “Getting to know the Hero”

 

The Hero is our protagonist; the central character who is called upon to fulfill a mission, to respond to various challenges and to restore balance and order to the world.

Experiencing the hero’s journey through his eyes, we need to get to know him before his story even begins. What is his daily life like, what are his habits, what gives him joy, what scares him? What are his strengths and weaknesses? Through role-playing games and improvisation, we will identify with our hero, imagine his life and use mixed techniques to recreate his form and his universe.

P.S.: Children should wear comfortable, casual clothes and be prepared to get dirty, because we will definitely get dirty!

The workshop is presented in Greek, but English-speaking children may also attend.

For children ages 5-7 on Saturday 24/10, 11.00-13.00

“Call for adventure!”

A hero’s adventure begins when he is called upon to act. Such a call for action may involve an immediate threat to his way of life or to the peace of the community in which he lives. Let us find out what could cause each of us to act, make decisions and seek solutions. Where will this quest take us? And what are the differences between that world and our “normal” world? What obstacles and difficulties will our hero face there? In this workshop, we will build a model that will depict the world of adventure, as each of us imagines it.

P.S.: Children should wear comfortable, casual clothes and be prepared to get dirty, because we will definitely get dirty!

The workshop is presented in Greek, but English-speaking children may also attend.

For children ages 8-10 on Sunday 25/10, 11.30-13.30
“Getting to know the Hero”

The Hero is our protagonist; the central character who is called upon to fulfill a mission, to respond to various challenges and to restore balance and order to the world.

Experiencing the hero’s journey through his eyes, we need to get to know him before his story even begins. What is his daily life like, what are his habits, what gives him joy, what scares him? What are his strengths and weaknesses? Through role-playing games and improvisation, we will identify with our hero, imagine his life and use mixed techniques to recreate his form and his universe.

P.S.: Children should wear comfortable, casual clothes and be prepared to get dirty, because we will definitely get dirty!

The workshop is presented in Greek, but English-speaking children may also attend.

 

For children ages 8-10 on Saturday 31/10, 11.00-13.00
“Call for adventure!”

 

A hero’s adventure begins when he is called upon to act. Such a call for action may involve an immediate threat to his way of life or to the peace of the community in which he lives. Let us find out what could cause each of us to act, make decisions and seek solutions. Where will this quest take us? And what are the differences between that world and our “normal” world? What obstacles and difficulties will our hero face there? In this workshop, we will build a model that will depict the world of adventure, as each of us imagines it.

P.S.: Children should wear comfortable, casual clothes and be prepared to get dirty, because we will definitely get dirty!

The workshop is presented in Greek, but English-speaking children may also attend.

 

For children ages 5-7 and 8-10
With Visual Artist - Art Therapist Niovi Stavropoulou and Educator Ifigeneia Theodosiou
Ticket price: €12


Information: Τ. +30 210 7294220, Monday – Friday: 10:00-13:00

 

Museum of Cycladic Art
Neophytou Douka 4
T: +30 210 7228321-3

Information: Τ. +30 210 7294220, Monday – Friday 10:00-13:00

  • Duration
    2:00'
  • Accessibility for the Disabled
  • Access

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Changes not allowed (to another day, time or place).

Cancellations not allowed.

The organizer of this event is the following company: ΙΔΡΥΜΑ ΝΙΚΟΛΑΟΥ & ΝΤΟΛΛΗΣ ΓΟΥΛΑΝΔΡΗ - ΜΟΥΣΕΙΟ ΚΥΚΛ
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ΙΔΡΥΜΑ ΝΙΚΟΛΑΟΥ & ΝΤΟΛΛΗΣ ΓΟΥΛΑΝΔΡΗ - ΜΟΥΣΕΙΟ ΚΥΚΛ

Address
ΝΕΟΦΥΤΟΥ ΔΟΥΚΑ 4
City
ΑΘΗΝΑ
Post Code
10674
Phone
2107228321-3
Email
museum@cycladic.gr
Fiscal Office
Δ ΑΘΗΝΩΝ
Fiscal Code
090062281
Events
  • Παιδικά Εργαστήρια/Children Workshops 4-5 - Museum of Cycladic Art
  • Παιδικά Εργαστήρια/Children Workshops 5-7 - Museum of Cycladic Art
  • Παιδικά Εργαστήρια/Children Workshops 8-10 - Museum of Cycladic Art
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