Joins us for a programme of free collage workshops!
Workshops will be lead by mentors in a simple English. Max number of participants is 10. Apply: email@example.com
THE WORKSHOPS PROGRAMME IS SUPPORTED BY HOBBY & ART KRANJ
Bill Noir: Chaosmos (5+)
Saturday 29 June, 10.00-12.00
Play, collage, improvisation. At this workshop, we will approach the collage in an improvised way. We will start from our fascinations by such images, colours and textures, and propose collages that fit into our poetic version of the world.
Lula Valletta: Get gaga with dada (14+)
Saturday 29 June, 18.30-20.30
In this workshop, we will collaboratively create Dadaist poetry. Together we will focus on experimental writing using the different cut-up techniques of the Dadaists and William S. Burroughs. We will be working with found texts, new texts, collage, surrealist automatism, humour, and most important of all: coincidence.
Tinca Veerman: Homo Sapiens 2064 (5+)
Sunday 30 June, 18.30-20.30
What will a bird look like in the year 2064? Will fish walk on the pavement, will we have wings and fly? Will our body and our environment adapt to all these extreme climate changes? How do we live then and what does a meal look like in 2064? In this workshop, we will explore our own vision of the future with scissors, paper, books, magazines and last but not least: GLUE!
Eugenia Conde: Collage is the answer … eventually
Tuesday 2 July, 18.00-20.00
“In order to find the answer, you have to ask the right question first…” The goal of this workshop is to experiment with chance, randomness and spontaneity. We will do so by playing a game similar to the games Dadaists and surrealists played in order to free imagination from conscious control and thus find new and unexpected connections; in our case, to end up with a collage, “the answer”.
Marta Živičnjak: Decollage (14+)
Wednesday 3 July, 18.30-20.30
The theme of the workshop is precisely the goal of knowingly and unconsciously, that is to say, in the spirit of new realists, by making collages, to decollage the techniques of dangling materials used by various artistic lines of Dadaism, Surrealism, Futurism and Pop Art. The elements will be disassembled or decolorized in a new form by cutting or shredding and re-composing into a new composition.