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Kids knows it: You can draw anything

NEWS | May 6, 2016

Experimental techniques of drawing trialling Thursday children who arrived with adult accompaniment to the Olomouc Museum of Art. They was inspirated by the exhibition By charcoal, paintbrush, scalpel…

"Draw can be almost completely everything. The most typical is a pencil or pen, ink drawing, pastels, charcoal. Draw but can also mushrooms, grass, fire wire, ash, brick or lipstick," says curator Ladislav Daněk.

Experiment therefore prepared for children and lecturer Michaela Soukupová cycle What Art Can Do. "When choosing a technician, I relied on the exhibited works. Following in the footsteps of Vladislav Mirvald we used blots, by Milan Grygar and his acoustic drawings we created by toys, mechanical jumping frog or screws or ball,"explained Soukupová. And there was large-format drawings. Olaf Hanel turn inspired the children to draw using Bubble Blowing. "The children were excited, I enjoyed it," said instructor. This animation is also intended for kindergarten.

The next workshop will be called Flowers of an Strange Planet and will apply to the creation of art brut. "We will make a flower that can grow only on an strange planet, will include dramatic etude," hinted Soukupová. It will take place on June 2 and due to the limited capacity it is necessary to reserve.

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Animation.

What Art Can Do is a cycle intended for the youngest children.
Photo: Tereza Hrubá

Animation.

 What Art Can Do is a cycle intended for the youngest children.
Photo: Tereza Hrubá

Animation.

What Art Can Do is a cycle intended for the youngest children.
Photo: Tereza Hrubá

Animation.

What Art Can Do is a cycle intended for the youngest children.
Photo: Tereza Hrubá

Animation.

What Art Can Do is a cycle intended for the youngest children.
Photo: Tereza Hrubá

Animation.

What Art Can Do is a cycle intended for the youngest children.
Photo: Tereza Hrubá

Animation.

What Art Can Do is a cycle intended for the youngest children.
Photo: Tereza Hrubá

Animation.

What Art Can Do is a cycle intended for the youngest children.
Photo: Tereza Hrubá

Animation.

What Art Can Do is a cycle intended for the youngest children.
Photo: Tereza Hrubá

Animation.

What Art Can Do is a cycle intended for the youngest children.
Photo: Tereza Hrubá

Animation.

What Art Can Do is a cycle intended for the youngest children.
Photo: Tereza Hrubá

Animation.

What Art Can Do is a cycle intended for the youngest children.
Photo: Tereza Hrubá

Animation.

What Art Can Do is a cycle intended for the youngest children.
Photo: Tereza Hrubá

Animation.

What Art Can Do is a cycle intended for the youngest children.
Photo: Tereza Hrubá

Animation.

What Art Can Do is a cycle intended for the youngest children.
Photo: Tereza Hrubá

Animation.

What Art Can Do is a cycle intended for the youngest children.
Photo: Tereza Hrubá

Animation.

What Art Can Do is a cycle intended for the youngest children.
Photo: Tereza Hrubá

Animation.

What Art Can Do is a cycle intended for the youngest children.
Photo: Tereza Hrubá


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