Creative sessions

Kids is a project that introduces families and children to contemporary art with instruments and ideas that arouse curiosity and an understanding of the thoughts and techniques of today’s artists, through materials and experiences that are new and different every time.

Calendar

4—6

years

Saturday 20 October 2018 — 10.45am

Another book

Pirelli HangarBicocca, via Chiese 2, Milan

max. 15

about 90 minutes

Anselm Kiefer loves reading and studying, and that’s why, in his Seven Heavenly Palaces, he inserted numerous books made of a curious material. Let’s discover what they are and make your book together, to add to the artist’s!
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8—10

years

Saturday 20 October 2018 — 4.00pm

Seek and you’ll find?

Pirelli HangarBicocca, via Chiese 2, Milan

max. 15

about 90 minutes

Leonor Antunes’s creative practice revolves around a constant search for objects, details, and materials that—outward characteristics aside—have a tale to tell. Guided by the description of some of the works in the show, we’ll explore the exhibition space and turn the stories that we find there into images.
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4—6

years

Sunday 21 October 2018 — 10.45am

Looking through things

Pirelli HangarBicocca, via Chiese 2, Milan

max. 15

about 90 minutes

Leonor Antunes makes hanging sculptures out of materials like brass, steel, leather, and hemp, creating a new landscape inside the exhibition space. Let’s draw inspiration from the artist and have fun making one of our own, so that we can look through it and see the world from a different angle.
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6—10

years

Sunday 21 October 2018 — 4.00pm

Attention to detail

Pirelli HangarBicocca, via Chiese 2, Milan

max. 15

about 90 minutes

The sculptures and installations in the show “the last days in Galliate” have been made by singling out certain details and turning them into unexpected forms. Let’s retrace the steps in Leonor Antunes’s creative process and try following it ourselves, guided by our imagination, to build a new object that springs from one significant detail.
Enrolment will accepted by clicking here