Poster Design

Pera Kids
Ages 7-12

  • August 13, 2020 / 14:00
  • August 20, 2020 / 14:00
  • August 27, 2020 / 14:00
  • September 17, 2020 / 16:00
  • September 24, 2020 / 16:00

Which art forms can we use to express our ideas? How can we define freedom? In this workshop, we talk about children’s rights and freedom, and exchange our opinions on these concepts. We first listen to the songs “Freedom” and “Children’s Rights” produced by the music group Şubadap Çocuk. Then, with inspiration from various paintings, posters and drawings which are part of the exhibition Socialist Realism in Albanian Art, notably the piece “International Children’s Day, 1 June, 1982”, we create a slogan and design a poster that aims to visualize our own ideas about freedom.

Related Exhibition: Constructing a Dream, Socialist Realism in Albanian Art

Materials
Drawing paper
Crayons and colored pencils 

The event is free to attend, booking is required.
The event will be held using the Zoom Meeting application.
At the end of the event, participants will receive a certificate by e-mail. 

Capacity: 50 participants
For detailed information: ogrenme@peramuzesi.org.tr 

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