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Activities for children during 10th Krakow Museums Open Doors Day at MOCAK

Published at:20.11.2014

MOCAK has prepared a lot of attractions for children visiting the Museum’s Education Department on 23 November. Admission to all exhibitions, included guided tours, and all workshops is free on the day.

12.00–3 pm Living Museum – workshops for choldren

12.00, 1 pm and 2 pm – Guided tour of Julian Opie's exhibition Sculptures, Paintings, Films for children

Living Museum
During the workshops the participants will create works inspired by the MOCAK Collection and the temporary exhibition Installation or Object?. An art contest will be open to everyone. The works created during workshops will be presented at a gallery arranged especially for this occassion. You can join the workshops any time. The Museum will provide the art materials. Everyone, especially children, are welcome at the Museum's main hall from 12 to 3 pm.

Living Museum – art contest for children and teenagers
Children aged 5–12 are invited to create works inspired by the MOCAK Collection and the temporary exhibition Installation or Object?.
Original works in any format and medium or their accurate photographic documentation should be delivered in person to the Museum's reception by 20th November 2014, by mail addressed at the Museum with notice „Education Department – Contest” (the date of arrival will be a valid proof) or by e-mail at edukacja@mocak.pl (in case of computer-generated images and photograps).
Works should be labelled as follows: author/title/date of birth/place of residence/guardian's telephone number
The winners will be announced during the summing up of the Living Museum workshops (23.11.2014, 3 pm).
The most interesting works will be presented at an exhibition celebrating Krakow Museums Open Doors Day (23.11.2014) and at an online gallery.
The winners will get a free ticket for a museum lesson of their choice.