For school groups
MGLC is responsible for promoting and providing education in the field of modern and contemporary printmaking and visual art by taking on an active role in integrating various target groups and age groups in its events, exhibitions and programmes. The programme for children, school pupils, young people and students includes tours of the exhibitions, printmaking demonstrations, workshops and organization of art days in the gallery. The programmes are tailored to different age groups, their needs and prior knowledge.
Further details: Lili Šturm, t: +386 (0)1 2413 818, e: firstname.lastname@example.org
Guided tours of exhibitions in the gallery (45 minutes)
Comprehensive tours of exhibitions in the company of curators offer interesting presentations on contemporary culture and art.
2 EUR/person for school pupils, senior citizens and groups by prior arrangement (at least 5 participants)
Printmaking demonstrations (45 minutes)
Demonstrations in the printmaking techniques of screen-printing, lithography, woodcutting, linocutting, dry point and etching are run in the print studios under the guidance of printmakers.
2.50 EUR/person for groups of up to 15 participants
Printmaking workshops (3 hours)
Educational workshops of screen-printing, lithography and intaglio printing are organized for small school groups. Participants learn about the preparation stage before printing and the printing process, create an image, and then print it.
6.50 EUR/person for groups of up to 15 participants
The Tivoli T-shirt
A special three-hour screen-printing workshop with prints made on a T-shirt or other piece of fabric. The workshop consist of three stages: preparation of the design, preparations of the screens, and a monocrome print on the T-shirt.
A simpler workshop using stencil printing can also be hosted at guest venues.
6.50 EUR/person (if the T-shirts is included, the price of the workshop is 10.50 EUR/person)
Art Day in the gallery (duration by agreement)
The programme includes three pre-arranged activities suitable for school cultural days.
Kindergarten Day (60 minutes)
On Tuesday morning the doors are open to groups of kindergarten children. Programme by prior arrangement: viewing of exhibitions, demonstrations and workshops. Suitable for children from 3 to 6 years of age.
Free of charge.