The history of contemporary art. Workshops for the deaf, hard of hearing, and hearing children of deaf parents


From 12 March 2017 to 23 April 2017


Sundays, 15:30–17:00


Garage Kids' Studio


A series of workshops introducing listeners to the history of contemporary art is designed for family visitors and accessible to the deaf, hard of hearing and hearing children of deaf parents.

Kids and their parents will get acquainted with works by ten important artists and learn about new movements in the art of the late nineteenth and the first half of the twentieth century.

Each class consists of a theoretical and a practical part. An interactive lecture introduces listeners to the life, works and ideas of an artist, while a practical part helps get a better understanding of certain movements and techniques through working with the color wheel, studying composition, and searching for new ways of artistic expression.


Olga Dieva (PhD in History) is a teacher and educationist, Kids and Family Programs manager at Garage Museum of Contemporary Art.

Vlad Kolesnikov (PhD in Pedagogy) is a teacher and signer, Inclusive Programs manager at Garage Museum of Contemporary Art.


Sunday, March 12

15:30–17:00 Garage Kids Studio 

Claude Monet, impressionism  

Sunday, March 19

15:30–17:00 Garage Kids Studio 

Paul Cézanne, post-impressionism 

Sunday, March 26

15:30–17:00 Garage Kids Studio 

Vincent van Gogh, post-impressionism / expressionism

Sunday, April 2

15:30–17:00 Garage Kids Studio

Henri Matisse, fauvism

Sunday, April 9

15:30–17:00 Garage Kids Studio 

Pablo Picasso, cubism

Sunday, April 16

15:30–17:00 Garage Kids Studio 

Wassily Kandinsky, abstract expressionism

Sunday, April 23

15:30–17:00 Garage Kids Studio 

Salvador Dalí, surrealism

how to take part

For children aged 9 to 12 and their parents. The course is free with advance registration. To register text or WhatsApp +7 903 625-86-15 or send an email to