NEWS | September 3, 2015
Thirty children under six years old today was inspired by Polish painter Alfred Lenica to own creation. Workshop studio of Museum of Art led by Michael Johnová-Čapková.
Children tried working with a brush, palette knife and balloon. "Some of them still do not hold a paintbrush in their hand, use a spatula to work was for them to experience, the inflated balloon and tried to paint the rain," explained Johnová-Čapková.
Abstract theme, the children touched only marginally. "In many moments, but he approached technology," said animator.
The next studio called The Great Painting, this time for children from six to 12 years will take place on September 24. Admission is free again. Candidates must be booked in advance at firstname.lastname@example.org or by calling 585 514 299.