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Martine Pollier
Tempelhof 21, 8000 Brugge
T +32 50 322 420
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Misc.

Children's art day

Built-Eat!
Sunday
20.11 2016
14:00

Met de steun van:

For the fourth time Archipel organizes a workshop with children, daddies and mommies following the Children’s arts day. On that day families with children under 12 in Flanders and Brussels to meets art. By us the art of architecture.

Archipel is organizing for the fourth time a workshop with children, daddies and mommies. On that day, families with children under 12 in Flanders and Brussels to meet with art. That art, architecture and planning is part of the world of children and young people is evident. Yet is discussed here only sporadically in a conscious way. We crafting an entire afternoon with kids (and their parents) within the theme of awareness of space, sustainability, recycling … and already experienced some wonderful afternoons.

Archipel is hiring:

Enthusiastic and creative children who love to build things and are not afraid of sticking hands.
Are you building a crack in blocks or towers sandcastles? Play Do you like to duplicate or Lego? Lust you cookies?
Then we have the perfect job for you! Come on “kinderkunstendag 2016” reflecting guided Hujo association on how to make the city better, more beautiful and more accessible to many different people and animals who come there. The plans and concepts are converted subsequently into a large edible model made entirely of biscuits. After completion of the projects will be officially presented to the other teams and the parents, and the city should be eaten. To avoid stomach pain, it is also allowed to take some of the buildings to take home, to eat there at a leisurely pace.

Under the professional guidance of Hujo animators children experience a keitoffe afternoon where they can let their creativity run wild.
 
Hujo what’s that? Hujo is a wayward youth organization that challenges children and young people to curious and critical look at the world. In addition to the many holidays, training for youth workers, activities and thematic actions Hujo organizes tailored to different ages professional recycling, upcycling and fix-it-yourself workshops. Sustainability and respect for people and the environment are key here!

Appointment 14 hours in the Budafabriek!