Aboriginal art

Aboriginal art

Australian Aboriginal art dates back more than 30,000 years. The paintings and rock art in the sacred caves in northern Australia stand witness to...
African Art - October Holidays

African Art - October Holidays

During the October holidays, this workshop invites children to undertake a fun exploration of colourful African art. May it be the sublime colours...
Hosukai and the art of Japanese print

Hosukai and the art of Japanese print

The first publication of the Great Wave of Kanagawa by Katsushika Hokusai took place between 1826 and 1833. With the Great Wave of Kanagawa, the...
Linocut / Printmaking and Picasso

Linocut / Printmaking and Picasso

In the 1960s, Pablo Picasso became a fan of printing on cut linoleum. This activity allowed the grand master new aesthetic explorations of colour...
Optical art and perspective

Optical art and perspective

During these workshops the children have fun experimenting with optical art. They discover and seek inspiration of artists like Victor Vasarely or...
Patterns and Texture

Patterns and Texture

In art, patterns are aesthetic shapes which are repeated to create a sensation of texture. During this workshop, children use a large variety of...
Scandinavian Folk Art

Scandinavian Folk Art

From the 1700s until about 1850, Scandinavian artists and craftsmen developed a very stylised ornamental aesthetic, the «Rosemåling». These fanciful fl...