Travels in Time

For children ages 4-6


Saturday 7/5 11:00-13:00 & 14:00-16:00
Sunday 8/5 11:30-13:30
and Saturday 21/5 14:00-16:00 (repetition of the same workshop)

The workshop will celebrate the book Pablo Picasso by Isabel Munoz and Jane Kent

Series: Small Children with Big Dreams, Dioptra Publications.

In the last workshop of the year, we are transported to France during the period between the two world wars, when Paris was the capital of art and creativity. The cafés were filled with voices and laughter, jazz music flooded the streets, and many art movements flourished.

The artist who best embodied the artistic movement of that era was none other than Pablo Picasso. We follow Picasso’s life through the book by Isabel Munoz and Jane Kent to dwell on a very creative period of his work, cubism. Looking at paintings from this period, we wonder why the mouth and the head are on the right, while the feet and hands are on the left, why all the elements in the painting are mixed up, and why there are geometric shapes everywhere. After getting answers from the book and finding our own answers, we will create our own crazy cubism-inspired paintings.

Let’s experience the years of madness together!  

P.S.: Children need to wear casual and comfy clothes and be ready to get messy, as we will get messy!

P.S.: Children and parents, please feel free to wear comfortable and casual clothing and be prepared to get messy, as we will get messy!


Ticket Price: 12€ (for 1 child and 1 parent)
Maximum number of children: 15
Information: Τ: 210 7294220, Monday – Friday: 10:00-13:00

Only for Greek-speaking children.

Taught by
Despoina Sakellariou, Developmental Psychologist 


Tickets are available for sale starting on Thursday 28/4, at 10:00 a.m.


The Museum of Cycladic Art adheres to all protective measures and rules to prevent and protect against COVID-19, and all Museum staff members have been vaccinated. In addition, the Museum received the SGS DISINFECTION MONITORED CLEANING CHECK MARK, which verifies that
all cleaning and disinfecting procedures are completed to prevent the spread of SARS-CoV-2 / Covid-19 in all of its premises. 

• It is mandatory for children and adults to wear a mask during any workshop.

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