Dates: October 2 at 11.30am*
Duration: 1 hour
Recommended age: children aged 4 to 6, accompanied by an adult, who will also participate.
More info: Free until full capacity is reached. Registration is required. You will receive a confirmation email.
*We recommend arriving 15 minutes before the start of the event. All participants will have their temperature taken.
What is your favourite colour? What does it remind you of? Do you think it’s possible to fall in love with a colour? What colour represents you? And your family?
Colour plays a very important role in Irma Blank‘s work and, depending on the shades she chooses, she is able to explore disparate and heterogeneous worlds. For the artist, blue is the colour that represents utopia, ink, sky… On the other hand, pink and purple tones lead her on an inner journey.
In this family workshop we invite you to develop concepts such as the exploration of colour and the search for identity through scenic games and plastic expressions.
Clara Molinicos has a degree in Fine Arts from the University of Castilla La Mancha and a Master’s degree in Visual Arts and Multimedia from the Universitat Politècnica de València. She has taught children’s workshops related to plastic arts, robotics and video games. She is currently studying for a PhD in art, whose line of research intertwines art, ecology, new media and education.