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SHAPING PATTERN | Art workshop for children / Παιδικό εργαστήριο τέχνης

with Marianna Asimakopoulou, Elli Paxinou, Vasiliki Sifostratoudaki and Eleni Fountoulaki13/04/23, 06/05/2023 Calendar Steps

Saturday 6 May 2023
11:00 – 14:00 (snacks included)

Σάββατο 6 Μαΐου 2023
11:00 – 14:00 (θα υπάρχει κέρασμα)

If we imagine art together, what would it look like? 
An open form – art workshop for children and youth from 6 – 17 years old
Yellow Brick invites the children to design and imagine the SHAPING PATTERNS workshop, a collaborative project for art and sustainability.

Αν φανταζόμασταν την τέχνη από την αρχή, με τι θα έμοιαζε; 
Ένα ανοιχτό εργαστήριο τέχνης για παιδιά και εφήβους, ηλικίας 6-17 χρονών.
Το Yellow Brick προσκαλεί τα παιδιά να σχεδιάσουν και να φανταστούν το εργαστήριο SHAPING PATTERNS, ένα συλλογικό έργο για την τέχνη και τη βιωσιμότητα.


Educational team / Εκπαιδευτική ομάδα
Marianna Asimakopoulou / Μαριάννα Ασιμακοπούλου
Elli Paxinoy/ Έλλη Παξινού
Vasiliki Sifostratoudaki / Βασιλική Σηφοστρατουδάκη
Eleni Fountoulaki / Ελένη Φουντουλάκη

Free entrance / Ελεύθερη είσοδος
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is an art historian, education curator and a member of the International Association of Art Critics in Greece.
Since 2007, Elli has been working in the field of curating, art education and cultural management at several prominent art
foundations, museums, contemporary exhibitions and organizations, such as the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees, the National Museum of Contemporary Art and others. Since 2010, Elli has been teaching Aesthetics and Art History in cultural spaces and Museums in Athens as well as in private colleges and schools, such as the Metropolitan College, AKTO, International School of Athens and Moraitis School

is the founder of Yellow Brick – research a project space/residency devoted to artist's research and playground/testing ground for exhibition making.Her personal work entangles materiality through methodologies of exploring, collecting and archiving, resulting in the creation of sculptural manifestations around the ideas of topos. For Sifostratoudaki, materiality stands as a broader term for framing geography, object, humans, language and gestures and sculpture as a moving organism.

focuses on the time and place of present day life, creating the framework and protocol for generating collective experiences. Her projects foster a participatory economy of exchange where a common experience occurs within a common framework. As an ongoing examination of how learning is shaped by and into diverse environments she works in primary schools and reimagines the school communities by creating micro - environments within this specific milieu, in which space acquires a quality relative to the subjects and becomes a learning stimulant.