Virtual Tour and Workshop Special for Father’s Day
Seamless Lines on Collage

Pera Kids
Ages 7-12

  • June 19, 2022 / 11:00

We visit the exhibition And Now the Good News: Works from the Nobel Collection, which focuses on the relationship between the press and art, with a guided online 3D tour. We discuss the relationship between the technique of collage and the newspaper as both a material and a medium of communication. In the workshop, we draw inspiration from the collage and décollage works displayed in the exhibition, and cut or tear out pieces of paper without any images from pages of old newspapers and magazines, paste them randomly on cardboard. We draw abstract or concrete figures with a black felt-tip pen on the surface covered with newsprint. Finally, we create our composition by painting the linear form created by moving the tip of the pen, starting from one single point on the surface, without lifting it, with colored felt-tip pens. In this workshop, we learn about the Dadaism art movement, develop our motor skills, use our imagination, and learn the collage technique. This Father's Day, we invite children and their caregivers to the collage workshop to create together! 

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

Materials:
Cardstock or Paperboard
Colored Paints (can be felt-tip pens, pastel, etc.)
Colored Craft Papers
Black Felt Pen
Newspaper/Magazine Pages
Glue 
Scissors

Duration: 90 minutes
Age group: 7-12
Capacity: 25 children + 25 adults 

The event is free of charge. Reservation is required.

Participants are required to bring their own workshop materials. Participants of the workshop for ages 7 to 12 must be accompanied by an adult. A participation certificate will be emailed to participants. The event will take place on the Zoom Meeting app, with a guided online 3D exhibition tour followed by a workshop activity on the exhibition.

For more information: ogrenme@peramuzesi.org.tr

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Portrait of Martín Zapater (1797)

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