#ADAF kids
#Workshops (Kids)
Sun.21 / 11:00 - 13:00
4th Floor

The art of a garden, of a field, is not only gardening, it may include machines! It is true; since the 14th century, in the gardens of the Italian renaissance, engineers such as Leonardo Da Vinci and Salomon de Caus made mechanical constructions like fountains that threw water at people, or even sculptures that sang! In this workshop, the kids combine paper crafting, leaves, photo sensors and a motor to build a small plant-robot!


for ages 9-12

Free ticket with queue precedence (maximum number of participants: 15 people)

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Artemis Papageorgiou (GR)

Artemis Papageorgiou is an architect, multimedia designer and educator exploring play and technology inside the urban landscape. Her work spans interactive installations and objects to furniture and games, while aiming at the active participation of audiences. Artemis runs Entropika, an interdisciplinary design lab. In 2011 she co-founded Athens Plaython, a city-wide street games festival. She has taught workshops for youth at the Stavros Niarchos Foundation Cultural Center (2017), the Onassis Cultural Center (2014-15), the Michael Cacoyannis Foundation (2014) among other. Her work has been shown internationally including the Folk Inspirations (Lodz 2016), the Salone del Mobile di Milano (2015/ 2016), Southbank Centre London(2015), Elephant & Castle Mini Maker Faire (2014), Victoria & Albert Museum London (2010), Kinetica Artfair (2009), Benaki Museum Pireos (2010), Eyebeam Center New York (2008).