Date(s) - 21/04/2018
11:00 am - 12:30 pm
Jean-Paul Najar Foundation
Sculptor Jene Highstein used different materials like bronze, stone, steel and wood to form abstract objects inspired by the natural world. But drawing was also an important part of his practice.
Join JPNF for a fun workshop that lets children get their hands dirty!
Children learn different drawing techniques that help them to depict space, mass and weight on paper and then move on to clay, to create sculptures related to their drawings.
The workshop is suitable for 6 – 12 years old.
Donation: 150 AED per participant
Please RSVP to [email protected]
Instructor: Madeleine Butcher
With an MA in Fine Art at Edinburgh College of Art, Madeleine Butcher has exhibited at the RCA, the Barber Institute, Brooklyn Brewery, Beirut Biel, Dubai World Art Show and abandoned Scottish churches. She has also created street art in New York, London, Dubai, Marseilles and Barcelona.
*Named after a sculpture of the same name by Jene Highstein, exhibited in the JPNF’s current exhibition: Jene Highstein: Space and Place.
The Jean-Paul Najar Foundation for Contemporary Art (JPNF) is a not-for-profit ICOM registered private museum, gathering abstract European and American art from the 1960s through today. The JPNF is also home to a remarkable archive tracing forty years of artist-collector exchanges. Education is central to the museum’s mission. We are committed to presenting an educational program that promotes a spirit of discovery and inquiry that engages our diverse community.
Please note, Little Majlis is not involved in organising this event. For further event details and vendor inquiries, please contact the organisers directly.