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: lili.sturm@mglc-lj.si

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. 

4 EUR/person

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.

6.50 EUR/person

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.

 

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From Biennial to Biennial

28–30 November
International Centre of Graphic Arts and Švicarija Creative Centre

Books presentation
Nocturnal Singer by Alejandra Pizarnik (1936–1972)
Jure Detela, Selected Poems (1951–1992) 
Wednesday, November 28 at 6 pm
MGLC

A symposium
The Irrational in a Biennial
Thursday, November, 29 10.00–17.00
Švicarija Creative Center

Opening of exhibition
Nathalie du PasquierFair Game
curator: Kate Sutton
Friday, November 30, at 1 pm
MGLC

From Biennial to Biennial is a 3-day event which is a postponed reflection on the 32nd Biennial of Graphic Arts: Birth as Criterion. Composed of a presentation of a book Nocturnal Singer by Alejandra Pizarnik, an international symposium The Irrational in a Biennial that will discuss and challenge the traditional biennial structure, and a solo exhibition by Nathalie Du Pasquier: Fair Game, the event attempts to bring together diverse mediums of perception.


Photo: Urška Boljkovac. MGLC Archive.

Milton Glaser, Posters

SOON

23. 11. 2018–3. 3. 2019
opening: Friday 23 November, at 1 pm

The artist and his posters will be presented at the opening by the expert of visual communications, Petra Černe Oven, PhD.

Milton Glaser (1929, New York) is one of most important graphic designers in the world, who has designed hundreds of corporate images, magazines, newspapers, books, LP covers, and has created thousands of posters during his career spanning over fifty years. He has been inscribed into the world history of design with his iconic “I love NY” logo. Milton Glaser has decided to donate thirty-five original posters (created between 1966 and 2016) to the City of Ljubljana, which will enrich the collection of the International Centre of Graphic Arts after the exhibition.

A special thanks on the occasion of the exhibition goes to Mirko Ilić, who came up with the idea for the donation in 2017, when he was hosted at the Festival of Tolerance as a lecturer and the author of the TOLERANCE exhibition. The show is organised every year by Mini teater and the Ljubljana Jewish Cultural Centre with the support of the City of Ljubljana (MOL).


Milton Glaser, Posters, 2018.

Nathalie Du Pasquier

SOON

30. 11. 2018–3. 3. 2019
opening: Friday November 30, at 1 pm

The openin will be accompanied by a guided tour given by the artist Nathalie Du Pasquer and the curator of the exhibition Kate Sutton.

Nathalie Du Pasquier’s compositions transform the interiors of the International Centre of Graphic Arts into a series of immersive microenvironments, sampling from over three decades of the artist’s paintings, prints, drawings and murals, as well as a new series of silkscreen prints, which was produced precisely in the screen-printing studio of the International Centre of Graphic Arts in Ljubljana.

Du Pasquier first made her name with vibrant, eye-catching graphics and textile prints shaped by the artist’s eclectic influences, boundless imagination and impulse towards experimentation. Since the late 1980s, she has focused primarily on painting, building up a tremendous body of work, much of which has yet to be exhibited publicly. Fair Game shuns a chronological ordering in favor of forging more intuitive formal affinities between the various series. Assorted elements or objects appear and reappear in different compositional configurations, like a card in a deck that takes on new powers and limitations with each hand dealt. This visual vocabulary is distilled in a new series of silkscreen printed modules (“virtual furniture,” as the artist calls it), which she created in the MGLC screen-printing studio.

Curator of the exhibition is Kate Sutton.


Nathalie Du Pasquier: Mensola piena, 2011, oil on canvas.