Winter in the City – we are active online
As in previous years, we are proud to be contributing our part to the Winter in the City events. Although our Gallery is closed to the public, we are active online. We have come up with creative ideas for children and parents, which can be easily done at home and in nature – check them out on our Facebook page and Instagram. All invited to join in the creative fun!
“Traffic in the field” by Mikołaj Szpaczyński
The artist Mikołaj Szpaczyński, together with his inseparable travel companion – dog Buba, presents several ideas for movement exercises involving the synchronization of the body with the terrain, enabling the experience of the landscape and geology of the earth with all senses, proving that sliding on leaves can be as exciting as skiing on skis, and local trips are as attractive as long trips.
“The Last Tree in Town” by Kornel Jańczy
The artist Kornel Janczy takes us to “The Last Tree in the Town”. It is a magical place for him. The oak marks the boundary where the physical journey ends and the imaginary begins. Maybe you will also look for such unusual places on the outskirts of the city on the map and go on a trip?
All exercises can be found in the Komorebi notebook of creative activities inspired by nature. The booklet is a summary of the ecodesign under the same title implemented by the gallery in summer 2020. The publication is out of print, but the booklet can be downloaded from the gallery website. We recommend.
Sound workshop for children – led by Asi Mina
What is the sound of Komorebi? Could it have the appearance of a new musical scale? Ko Mo Re Bi Sol La Si Do? It certainly could. We will check it out, we will find it. We will see and hear it.
Education in BWA Contemporary Art Gallery
Meetings are breaking the stereotype of contemporary art being incomprehensible and difficult to interpret.