A surprise casket is a box that explodes after opening, which can not only hold the memories, but also serve as wishes instead of the usual card or gift. Each participant will have the opportunity to make such a box by themselves, decorate it and add their favourite photos to create a great keepsake for years. The aim of the workshop is to engage the senses and improve the manual skills.
Presented by: Claudia Jesa – a lawyer, a graduate of the University of Wroclaw, works at a legal and counselling office, in every free moment she acquires new skills and increases her knowledge. Among others, she’s got a certificate in sign language (SJM1), loves art and working with people.
Art at High Noon is a series of meetings devoted to art and broadly understood culture, addressed to people aged 60 and above. The meetings offer discussions on contemporary art, and creative activities that develop cognitive processes, improving manual dexterity by learning different art techniques and forms of art. For the meetings, we selected art historians, critics, artists and experts, who will talk about various, very colourful aspects of contemporary culture. Interdisciplinarity of the meetings, original themes, displaying the value of joint participation will help participants discover their own path of interpretation and contemplation of the art world.
Admission is free
Participants need to apply early
Recurring meetings, first Friday of each month, 12:00pm
Duration of each workshop: 1.5 hours
07.04.2017, 12:00 pm