The three meetings are three chances to conjure up new statues, sculptures and games from old newspapers and cartons. For children who love art autumn is a time when they can get to know the technique of Papier-mâché.
“In the land of paper” is a series of three meetings linked by the theme of paper. They will be dedicated to the process of transforming paper into unique works of art – papier-mâché. During the meetings children and their carers will create statues, sculptures and games. Old newspapers, printed paper and cartons will gain a new life.
Meetings will be held on October 11, November 8 and December 6. The cost of participation in individual classes is 35 zloty for a pair (55 zloty for three people), the entire cycle of meetings costs 90 zloty per pair (150 zloty per three people). Enrollment at email@example.com. The first meeting will take place on October 11 at 3 pm in the Wroclaw Centre for Children’s Creativity
Papier-mâché is the art of creating objects with successive layers of paper, combined with glue, plaster or starch. In this technique, we can use different types of paper, from openwork napkins, through shredded printed paper, to old newspapers. You can create intricate and delicate patterns, as well as large and heavy structures. Limits are set only by the imagination of the creator and the amount of paper they own.