Summer in Museum of Cycladic Art!
This year’s Summer Camp, entitled “This year we improvise…”, organized by the Museum of Cycladic Art, will make this summer fascinating for our young friends!
The Summer Camp will take place during five different five-day periods, from June 28 to July 30, offering five days inside the Museum, filled with interactive tours, screenings, storytelling, painting, arts & crafts, construction, and group games!
“This year we improvise…”
In this year’s Summer Camp, we provide the materials and the children provide the ideas. This year, the children take the lead and we follow. An empty room, boxes full of materials, and a bag full of fairy tales will be our raw materials. Responding to the children’s need for more autonomy, this year’s summer camp gives them the opportunity to follow their imaginations and immerse themselves in experimentation.
We draw inspiration from the rich tradition of fairy tales, the Museum’s unique exhibits, and the artists who defined contemporary art. We utilize painting, sculpting, engraving, and construction to express ourselves.
Every day, children improvise using new materials and intervene to a corner of the room, slowly creating their own kingdom. In the end, the children not only present their own work, but an entirely new universe!
Let’s improvise together!
The Summer Camp is implemented with the support of Eurolife FFH, a strategic partner of the Museum of Cycladic Art.
5 sessions of meetings: 28/6-2/7, 5-9/7, 12-16/7, 19-23/7, and 26-30/7
Monday – Friday, 10:00 –15:00 (with a break for a light lunch, which the children bring with them from home)
Ages: 7-10 years old
Number of children: 11 per five-day session
Tickets available at viva.gr: 80 Euros/five-day session
Entrance: 4 Neophytou Douka Str.
Leading the Workshop: Antonia Velliou and Despoina Sakellariou
Information: +30 2107294220 / firstname.lastname@example.org
The Summer Camp invites Greek-speaking children from Greece and abroad.
• During the summer camp, we will follow all hygiene rules and all areas of the Museum will constantly be disinfected.
• Required distances will be observed in all spaces.
• The workshop will be held in the garden of the Stathatos Mansion and in the open, naturally ventilated space of the penthouse at the building on N. Douka Street.
• Upon entering the Museum from Neophytou Douka Street, children and parents will wear masks and have their temperature taken.
• The use of a mask is mandatory for children during the workshop.
• Materials will be provided by the Museum. Each child will be provided with a box containing the week’s materials.
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