Public program Garage Triennial of Russian Contemporary Art

Date

From 10 March 2017 to 14 May 2017

Place

Garage Museum of Contemporary Art
Public program Garage Triennial of Russian Contemporary ArtPublic program Garage Triennial of Russian Contemporary Art

DESCRIPTION

A series of special events developed for visitors with children, as well as for people with different disabilities.

Schedule

Family day at Garage

Family Days are a great opportunity for children and adults to have fun and learn in a museum. The weekend program includes workshops, sketching tours, and special offers on children’s books at Garage Bookshop.

In Spring, family days will be devoted to the Triennial of Russian Contemporary Art. Families with kids over five years old can take part in four workshops focusing on various aspects of visual arts: shape, colour, texture, and scale. In each workshop, participants will learn about works featured in the current exhibition and the way they were produced—and make their own works of art.

The program is designed for children aged five and older and their parents.

REGISTRATION

Date
Sundays, March 12 and 26, April 9 and 23, May 14, 2017,
Time
13:00–17:00
Place
Garage Atrium

Artists fo children

Artists for Children is a cycle of monthly meetings with contemporary art practitioners, inviting children and their parents to learn about an artist’s life and work, discuss his or her ideas, and try out new techniques in a special workshop.

This spring, kids and their parents are invited to meet young Russian contemporary artists.

REGISTRATION

Date
Sundays, March 19, April 16, May 28
Time
14:30–15:30
Place
Garage Atrium

Tours 14/17

A cycle of four discussion-based tours for teenagers interested in contemporary art

Each tour looks at a particular aspect of the artist’s work: observation, telling a story, experimenting, and developing a critique.

Meet at the information desk ten minutes before the tour is due to start.

REGISTRATION

Date
Sundays, March 19 and 26, April 2 and 9, 2017
Time
14:00–15:30
Place
Garage Museum of Contemporary Art