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PinchukArtCentre invites 9-10 year olds to participate in an educational game “Art Detectives”

9 July 2014

Starting from July 19, 2014, the PinchukArtCentre invites 9-10 year-olds to join in the activity entitled “Art Detectives”. This entertaining educational detective game has been developed by the PinchukArtCentre team with a view to introduce young art centre visitors and their parents to the world of contemporary art, its famous representatives, works and ideas. Participation is free.

The educational art game that is taken home after the sessions in the art centre fosters closer ties between family members, it encourages parents to search for answers together with children, promoting mutual understanding between different generations.

The game will consist of five rounds, which will help participants to better understand what museum is and how it operates, what art is and the diversity of it, and they also will learn about famous art crimes. During the game rounds children will be holding art investigations full of fascinating exhibition tours, informative lectures and home tasks for the whole family.

On Saturday, July 19, 2014, at 15:00 the PinchukArtCentre will hold the first round of “Art Detectives”. The event participants will learn about the concept of a museum as an institution, its history and organization system. The event will take place on the 5th floor of the art center in the Educational room.

To participate in the educationa game, please fill in the questionnaire by following the link and send it to [email protected] . Group size is limited to 15 participants.

Pre-registered participants are admitted to the art centre without queuing.

To register or receive detailed information please contact us by calling +38 044 590-08-58 or e-mailing to [email protected] 

Upcoming “Art Detectives”classes:

July 19: Meet the Detective. “What is museum” discussion and  tour of the exhibition.

July 26: Mysterious art crimes: Who Stole the Mona Lisa?

August 2: Art – what is it?

August 9: Artist – who is it?

August 16: Open investigation – exhibition tour for parents.