3D Animal Figures (Middle School)

School Groups
Middle School

This workshop takes its inspiration from These People in the Dining Room by the artist Bruno Miguel. Every sculpture in the exhibition is a product of the artist who transformed porcelains that he collected from auctions or flea markets with various materials and eye-catching colors and delivered in hybrid forms that evoke the artificial and the natural at once. Based on these forms, we create animal figurines out of corrugated fiberboards. We cut corrugated fiberboard or paperboard pieces to give them specific shapes and put them together to design 3D animal figures. Through the workshop, we learn how a single unit is multiplied and the resulting pieces are used together to make a whole and how to explore the process of coming up with creative ideas, and going from part to whole with authentic and aesthetically-pleasing designs.

Materials
Corrugated fiberboard or paperboard pieces
Pencil
Scissors
Glue
Crayons
Felt-tip markers
Sequins
Beads
Pieces of fabric 

Weekdays - Online Learning Program
Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday
10:00-10:30
10:45-11:15
11:30-12:00 

Online Guided Tours and Workshops participation fee (per person) for private schools: 6 TL
Online Guided Tours and Workshops are free of charge for public schools. 

Only available for groups of 10 - 60. Reservation required. Upon confirmation of the reservation, the link to workshop is e-mailed exclusively to the address provided at registration.

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