Online | 3D Cards

School Groups
Primary Scool

In this workshop, inspired by the imaginary creatures and grotesque animal figures created by artist Paula Rego, students first experience the exhibition online with a guide. Then in the workshop; they draw imaginary creatures and prepare colorful three-dimensional cards that move when opened and closed.

Materials
Drawing paper
Markers
Colorful paper boards
Ruler
Scissors
Glue

Weekday Online Learning Program
Friday

10.00-10.30
10.45-11.15
11.30-12.00

Related Exhibition: Paula Rego: The Story of Stories

Online guided tour and workshop participation fee per person for private schools: 50 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.

 

For more information: ogrenme@peramuzesi.org.tr

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Giacometti & the Human Figure

Giacometti & the Human Figure

Giacometti worked nonstop on his sculptures, either from nature or from memory, trying to capture the universal facial expressions.  

Giacometti’s Final Works

Giacometti’s Final Works

Giacometti was selected for three important retrospectives at the New York Museum of Modern Art, the Tate Gallery in London and the Louisiana Museum of Art in Denmark, all of which were a great success. 

Paris Without End (1959-1965)

Paris Without End (1959-1965)

In the 60s, Alberto Giacometti paid homage to Paris, the city where he lived, by drawing its streets, cafés, and more private places like his studio and the apartment of his wife, Annette. These drawings would make up his last book, Paris sans fin (Paris Without End).