Workshops

  • ARCHIVE
  • War through the eyes of children

    War through the eyes of children

    With the help of the photographs of David Seymour, known by his sobriquet Chim, and through our activities and exhibition, we showed today’s children an era that is only known to them from history books. During our conversations, we touched on topics that are not discussed in school. The artistic quality of the photo series and such an exceptional oeuvre can motivate the children to create their own pieces of art.

  • Luminous jar - Museum education programme

    Luminous jar - Museum education programme

    In our museum education programme we focus to the differenct caracteristics of light. How works the natural and artifical light? Who could the light bit the different subjects as physics, maths, history, visual culture studies and literature? We can show you and last you can conjure too: we will lock up the light in a jar. This is a miracle!

  • Facebook, likes, selifes… gregarious loneliness living among us exhibition

    Facebook, likes, selifes… gregarious loneliness living among us exhibition

    With the explosive spread of the internet and social media even the scholars have to deal and understand the huge amount of information at once. Our forms of communication changed, we spend much more time in virtual spaces, where they can form different personalities and use them, and our everyday life is defined by our smart phones.

  • Yarn-lamp-maker workshop

    Yarn-lamp-maker workshop

    9.00- 16.00 27 November 2015

  • Storytelling

    Storytelling

    In this activity we learn about different visual and artistic ways of storytelling and self-expression and get to tell our stories to our co-participants. The younger children can try their hand at making a thaumatrope, while the older ones may draw a comic book. The activity is suitable for systematizing knowledge acquired in school, creating a better sense of cause and effect, and presenting processes.

  • Stereopsis: How does 2D turn into 3D?

    Stereopsis: How does 2D turn into 3D?

    Our activity enchances the children’s stereo optical vision and their artistic ability to create in space, while with a paper theathre they can tell their real and fictional stories.

  • Touching ground – Art forms in Hungarian skating culture

    Touching ground – Art forms in Hungarian skating culture

    The exhibition shows the aspects of today’s, mostly Budapest-based skateboarding culture, from magazine editing through making a skateboard and decorating it, to self-organised skateboard groups. The visitors can get a glimpse into a subculture which defines the life of youth and their aesthetic environment. The session also offers an opportunity to initiate a conversation between different generations.