Saturday 23 February 2019
Using air-drying clay, which won’t require firing, participants will produce a series of sculptural elements inspired by George Zongolopoulos’ monumental figurative sculptures, including Alexander, Poseidon, Zalongo.
After studying the anatomy and form of these artworks, we will go through every step in the process of producing a sculpture of our own: casting, armature construction, reinforcement with insulating material, meticulous modelling, to illustrate and experience how the artist worked on his monumental sculptures.
Taking Zongolopoulos’ artworks as a point of departure, each participant will use a number of elements to produce their own composition and visualize its dynamics in public space.
Design-Implementation: Theodoros Zafiropoulos, Artist, Elissavet Chelidoni, Artist, Special Education Teacher
Saturday 23/02 | 17.30 - 18.30, 18.30 - 19.30, 19.30 - 20.30
For children aged 7 and over, young people and families with or without disabilities
Up to 25 participation per hourFree admission, on a first-come first-served basis