I don’t believe anything

12th to 26th march 2022

In this workshop we will explore some aspects of the creative process of the artists selected in the Asturian Art in Residence 2021 exhibition (Kela Coto, Dela Delos, Juan Falcón, Inés G. Aparicio, Élan d’Orphium, Aida Valdés), turning the activity into a shared creation laboratory. We will also investigate some of the links that link contemporary creation and new technologies.

We will use various processes and techniques such as frogge, drawing or projection, we will visit some of the works on display, we will comment on the artists’ different processes and we will put them in dialogue with our own.

There are as many creative processes as there are creative people. To develop any type of creation we have to find our own process. In this proposal we will expand our bank of resources by diving into the keys to other people’s creative process and talking with them.

Activity aimed at boys and girls from 6 to 12 years old. Each participant will be accompanied by an adult.

The workshop takes place on Saturdays March 12 and 26 from 12 to 1:30 p.m.

Number of places: 10 per session

Duration: 90 minutes

Price per session: €6

Inscription:[+]The place will be reserved at the time the payment is made.

If you have any questions, please contact us at: educacion@laboralcentrodearte.org or 985 18 55 77

Taught by La Inopia

Lainopia is a research project in Art Education that has been developed in Asturias since 2015 in different educational and artistic spaces. It is part of a doctoral thesis research on Arts and Education.
Lainopia proposes a contemporary approach to learning art through the creation and development of Art Education sessions. To do this, we start from different artistic references (works of contemporary art, concepts, processes, procedures and/or languages) that we use to develop teaching-learning strategies that integrate creation, experimentation and critical analysis.

Activity promoted and financed by the Ministry of Culture, Language Policy and Tourism.