One week before the TRACES exhibition opens, join a family workshop (parent/guardian + child aged 5-12 years old). Wild Children (Dzikie Dzieci) is a series of original creative workshops launched by Anna Bera and Małgorzata Matwiejczyk, where children make wooden toys by themselves. They saw, they drill, they drive in nails! They use regular carpentry tools. Using branches, tree stumps, and boards, they build vehicles, robots, and ships. The WRO workshop will be dedicated to animals and vehicles. All creative ideas will stand a chance of becoming a reality.
Dzikie Dzieci (Wild Children) – a creative carpentry workshop, where wooden offcuts, tree bark, sticks, and roots are used to produce unique toys. As their processing is minimal, they remain part of nature and of the woods from which they have been brought. Their colors, smells, weighs, textures, and shapes affect all the human senses. They are a bridge between the world outside and the world within the home. It is a series of open and undefined objects which promote free play. They can be used in countless ways and whenever children picks them up, their play can develop in different directions.
Admission is free, but the number of places is limited. To sign up, e-mail us at: firstname.lastname@example.org (putting “DZIKI WARSZTAT” in the title, and specifying the hour, the child’s first name, surname and age, and the contact phone number in the e-mail).