Collage: Nature Motifs (Primary School)

School Groups
Primary School

Face-to-Face

What do you see when you look at the sky and the earth? Waves on the sea, the sun’s blaze, tree branches, flower leaves... Inspired by depictions of nature in miniature art, we will draw figures on paper using crayons. We will then cut the nature figures using scissors to use as collage material, combined with magazine clippings and patterns of our choosing to add diversity. Once the materials are ready, it is time to design the environment of our imagination! The workshop will improve fine motor skills, creativity and imagination. 

Materials
Drawing paper
Crayons
Scissors
Glue
Magazines (optional) 

Weekday Online Learning Program for Primary-Middle School
Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday 

10:00-10:30
10:45-11:15
11:30-12:00 

Online guided tour and workshop participation fee per person for private schools: 6 TL
Online guided tours and workshops are free of charge for public schools. 

Reservation is required for groups, which should include no less than 10 and no more than 60 participants. After confirmation of the reservation, the workshop link will be sent exclusively to the e-mail address submitted during registration.

Related Exhibition: Miniature 2.0, Miniature in Contemporary Art

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Mersad Berber

Mersad Berber

Mersad Berber was born in Bosanski Petrovac, Kingdom of Yugoslavia, on January 1st. He was the first son of Muhammed Berber and Sadika Berber, a well-known weaver and embroiderer. A year later, the family moved to Banja Luka after the city had suffered damage from the World War II.

The Horse Figure in Mersad Berber’s Works

The Horse Figure in Mersad Berber’s Works

Mersad Berber (1940-2012), is one of the greatest and the most significant representatives of Bosnian-Herzegovinian and Yugoslav art in the second half of the 20th century. His vast body of expressive and unique works triggered the local art scene’s recognition into Europe as well as the international stage.

The Chronicle of Sarajevo

The Chronicle of Sarajevo

Inspired by the great European masters, from Renaissance to Art Nouveau, Berber’s works exemplify the deep, opaque whites of his journeys through the fairy tale landscapes of Bosnia to the dark, macabre burrows of Srebrenica.