Decollage Workshop

Teachers

  • May 24, 2022 / 19:30

We’ll have a conversation with teachers on how art was used as a propaganda tool by studying the works in our exhibition, as well as the collage and decollage work created by Dadaists in the 1930s to protest fake news. Next, we’ll host our workshop on communication using art and make our own decollage work by using news articles and images from contemporary print media. In the end, we’ll make suggestions on some of the art projects teachers can do with their students. 

Related Exhibition: And Now the Good News: Works from the Nobel Collection

Materials
Newspaper and Magazine Pages
Glue
Scissors
Pencil
Paper Board (A4)
Acrylic or Poster Paint
Brush

Instructor: Filiz Kara Bilgin
Capacity: 50 participants
Duration: 90 minutes 

We ask that participants bring their own materials for use in the workshops.The participants’ cameras and microphones need to be enabled so that the instructor can see the participants and make participant-specific suggestions. Each participant’s consent is assumed upon registration.

The event is free of charge. Reservation is required.

For more information: ogrenme@peramuzesi.org.tr

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