Sponge Printing Workshop

Pera Kids
Ages 7-12

  • July 24, 2020 / 14:00
  • August 26, 2020 / 14:00

Children learn about the pop art and screen-printing technique of Andy Warhol, one of the most iconic American pop artists. We take a closer look at the artist's works in a digital environment with a guide.

Moreover, we also discuss Andy Warhol’s nephew James Warhola's book Uncle Andys, A Faabbbulous Visit with Andy Warhol (a children’sbook for ages 7-12).

Then, we experiment with compositions of repetitive colors and patterns on paper using a scrub sponge and acrylic paint in the printing workshop. 

Related ExhibitionAndy Warhol, Pop Art for Everyone

Materials
Drawing paper
Crayons or 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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