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“In the animal world” children art event (in Russian)
2 may 2015, Saturday
Venue: Erarta gallery
8 Berkeley street, Mayfair, London, w1j 8dn
Erarta gallery together with Margarita Bagrova (Urban Events) are doing new exciting art event “In the animal world” for Russian speaking children.
On May 2nd Erarta’s exhibition by Katya Krasnaya will become home for an exclusive event.
Works of Katya Krasnaya are a series of paintings created especially for exhibition at Erarta Galleries London, drawing inspiration from the vulnerability of both graffiti street art and endangered animals.
Exhibition curator will present to adults and children the works of art, talk about current movements in contemporary art & explain technique, vision and aim of the artist.
Later children will do hand made animal masks in modern style and then participate in a small theatre performance based on a story bt Rudyard Kipling. Adults can relax and enjoy the art and good company with glass of champagne.
Places are limited – make sure you book soon to avoid disappointment!
Recommended kids age group 5-10 y.o
A non-profit organisation, Erarta Fund is dedicated to promoting contemporary Russian art both domestically and on the international stage. There are 5 Erarta galleries in St.Peteresburg, London, New York, Zurich and Hong Kong. Erarta's mission is to maximise the audience which is interested in and derives pleasure from contemporary art. Erarta loves art and believes that it can become an important part of anyone's life and make it more interesting and happy. Erarta is popularising contemporary art through numerous public projects.
About Margarita Bagrova, Urban Events Consulting:
Margarita is Londoner originally from Saint-Petersburg. Having art background and wide experience in event production she is currently producing projects in art, education, and beauty targeting mostly Russian speaking people in London. ART WONDERS is a new project from Margarita, that aims to get children and adults acquainted with sorts of art movements both classic and contemporary.
Margarita is founder of www.russianevents.london where you can find more information about her events.
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