Conducted inside the setting where the works of art reside, Workshops provide moments of study, research, elaboration and first hand experience with exhibitions and artists.
They are dedicated to high school students, art institutes, academies, university and master courses and have the means to provide the chance to take a glance from the artist’s perspective, to reflect upon the themes of the exhibition through languages of contemporary art akin to young adults, and to encourage research that can be documented and spread to others.
Three day Workshops structured as follows:
• historical and theoretic frameworks about the exhibition preceding a meeting with the curators
• discussion and comparison
• reprocessing and working in groups
• rendering in public during an open event
• focus group and verification
Workshops take place in the display hall during museum opening hours encouraging direct interaction among visitors.
If you wish to have information regarding workshops that have already taken place you can visit our project archives.
In collaboration with Ars Captiva, and with Liceo Artistico Cottini, Primo Liceo Artistico, Istituto d’Arte Passoni, Istituto Albe Steiner and Accademia Albertina delle Belle Arti.
Workshop of the exhibit of Glenn Brown
In collaboration with TATE Liverpool’s department of Public Programmes.