The Learning Programs of Pera Museum in Istanbul started its highly anticipated program of semester workshops on Jan. 21. The workshops, which will continue until Feb. 21, are held as part of the museum's current exhibition, "A Road Story: 180 Years of Photography," by focusing on the art of photography. The program has been designed to teach children the adventure of photography in history by studying genres such as landscape, portrait, still life, black and white, fashion photography, photojournalism and architectural photography.
The workshops offer photography enthusiasts a space for exploration through watercolors, clay, polaroids, neon lights and recycling materials, focusing on body works and areas such as photography, painting, collage, philosophy and GIF animation. Before the workshop, children see the works in the exhibition through interactive methods such as creative drama, animation and play in guided tours.
The 4-6 age group to explore techniques of instant printing: In the workshop "Journey to My Imaginary World: Air Balloon Made of Paper Lantern," children can paint their journey on paper lanterns with watercolors, envisioning the places they want to travel to in their minds. These lanterns are then turned into outdoor balloons with colorful fabric ropes and recycling materials. The event will be held on Jan. 29 and Feb. 1 between 10:30 a.m. and 12 p.m.
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