The collage (from the French verb “coller,” to stick, to glue) is a technique involving pasting or gluing pieces of various materials into a unified arrangement.
Widely used in twentieth-century art, this technique was introduced by artists Georges Braque and Pablo Picasso; through their experimentations, these artists contributed to making this medium popular and prevalent in modern art.
In this workshop, we try our hand at making collages, using fabrics of different colors and textures to create our own imaginative abstract compositions. We color the emerging patterns and forms using fabric paints. The result? A colorful tapestry for our wall!
Design–Implementation: Theodore Zafeiropoulos, Artist Elisavet Chelidoni, Artist – Special Education Teacher
Saturday 08/06 | 11.30 - 12.30, 12.30 - 13.30, 13.30 - 14.30
For children aged 7+, young people and families, with or without disabilities
Up to 25 participants per session
Free admission on a first come, first served basis