Throughout the centuries, sculpture has been inspired by the human body and movement. Using various forms and compositions, sculpture was able to express the immutable and the monumental, as well as the ephemeral and the abstract.
This workshop invites the public to explore the interconnection of sculpture and dance through the use of simple, everyday materials, such as paper, wood, wire and plaster – this is a fun opportunity for participants to explore the history of art.
Participants in July’s session will explore twentieth-century sculpture, with an overview of major artists and movements. They will consider the key elements – composition, space, tension and rhythm – and will produce small compositions of their own, using acrylic clay.
Design-Implementation: Pavlos Nikolakopoulos, Artist
Up to 20 participants
Free admission by online preregistration (the workshop is conducted in Greek)
Preregistration starts on Monday 01/07 at 12.00