Let’s make a sculpture using objects
Have you ever thought that the objects around us and that we use on a regular basis could be combined to make structure? The result would be strange and surprising. It would retain the shape of every object and it would be a different thing too, one that is new and original. Shall we have a go?
A proposal coinciding with the exhibition The Point of Sculpture
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A pochoir exhibition at home
Coinciding with the exhibition Miró-ADLAN. An Archive of Modernity (1932-1936), we want to offer you a special Creative Families activity based on the works that Miró made with a pochoir or stencil technique. We also encourage you to set up your own little exhibition at home (in the entrance, the dining room or in a bedroom, for example), design an invitation, and invite whoever you want to come and see it.
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Let's make an ephemeral mural
Have you ever drawn, painted or done a collage on a wall, and it stayed there forever? How about on a large piece of paper that was hung on the wall for a few days? If you did this, then you have done a mural, either permanent or ephemeral. Now we invite you to create a mural using a piece of cloth, as if it were a large wall.
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A world of textures
What are textures? When we see and touch a tree trunk, the surface of a street, a wall, a piece of wood, a rock, a basket or a bag, we realise they all have something different about them. With this activity you can create a landscape inhabited by strange characters with different textures.
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