25.10.2021 - 29.10.2021 / Narva Art Gallery

Event overview

During the autumn holidays from October 25-29, from 12:30 to 14:00, we invite schoolchildren of all ages to a series of workshops at the Art Gallery. Each session includes an introduction to the exhibition and the creation of a creative work.

The sessions last up to one and a half hours and are conducted in Russian. The number of places is limited. The cost of a session is 5 euros. NB! Tickets are available in advance.

Monday, 10/25 12:30

Fabric Stories. Embroidery for all ages (7-15 years) We will use safe plastic needles, colorful threads, and jute fabric. Get acquainted with the fascinating exhibition of fashion and contemporary art "Own ___ closer to the body."

Tuesday, 10/26 12:30

Printing. Linocut (12+) Linocut is a technique perfectly suited for an introduction to the world of printing. Using soft art linoleum and a special knife, we will learn to create prints that can be used over and over again for creating illustrations, greeting cards, bookplates, etc. Get to know the graphics from the Narva Museum's art collection.

Wednesday, 10/27 12:30

Soft felt keychain toy (12+) We will familiarize ourselves with the exhibition of fashion and contemporary art and create our own accessory in the form of an individual soft and fun felt keychain using felt, cotton, threads, glue, and other decorations.

Thursday, 10/28 12:30

Bag painting (7-15 years) Continuing with the theme of fashion and using textile paints, we will create a personal design for a cotton shoulder bag—a versatile multifunctional accessory that is used almost universally, regardless of gender and age. The bag takes up little storage space and will come in handy for going to the store, for a walk, to school, or on a trip. The bag is included in the cost of the session.

Friday, 10/29 12:30

Acrylic painting on canvas (7-15 years) In an exciting workshop on painting with acrylic paints, each participant will create a picturesque still life inspired by Vladimir Titov's painting "Apple Branch" from the Narva Museum's art collection.

For inquiries: info@narvamuuseum.ee, (+372) 359 9230