To coincide with the closure of the exhibition Warhol. Mechanical Art, MPM will be offering a range of activities for all ages focussed on examining some of the formats the artist worked with during his prolific life. The options for the day include activities such as participative visits for adults and print-making or serial art workshops for all the family. Visitors will also be able to learn about some of Warhol’s techniques and try them out themselves in the educational area that has been set up for the duration of the exhibition.
The day will end with the screening of Yellow Submarine (1968), the last of the four films scheduled in Summer Cinema. Stars of Pop Night, dedicated to some of the best-known Pop-era films. This activity required prior reservation.
Activities are free with the purchase of the admission ticket, which is always free for children, with the exception of summer cinema (Tickets cost 8 euros and cover admission to the exhibition and a drink at the MPM Café. Limited places available).
Wallpaper. Collective artwork Continuous activity from 10.30am to 1.30pm. The idea is to create a collective wallpaper-like artwork inspired by some of Warhol’s most representative Pop Art designs.
Silver clouds. Floating sculptures workshop Continuous activity from 10.30am to 1.30pm. Inspired by the “silver clouds” that are shown in the exhibition, participants will create floating sculptures that fly in the air.
Creating serial art. Workshop for all the family Continuous activity from 10.30am to 1.30pm. This print workshop gives participants the chance to create prints inspired by the iconography of the Pop Art world Warhol created.
Productions. Workshop for all the family Continuous activity from 10.30am to 1.30pm. A collage and tracing workshop, based on the portraits of celebrities on show in the exhibition.
Guided tour of the exhibition. Adult visitors At 12pm. and 1pm. (Limited places available). A guided tour of the Warhol. Mechanical Art exhibition, in which visitors can discover some of the most iconic artworks of the 20th century, such as Before and After (1961), Three Coke Bottles (1962), Brillo Soap Pads Box (1964-1968), Gold Marilyn (1962), Liz (1963), Mao (1973) and Cow Wallpaper (1966). During the tour, other facets of the multidisciplinary artist will be examined, such as film, music and graphic work. Registration for this visit opens at 10am.
Make up Warhol Educational Area & Workshop The exhibition also contains this special section for visitors of all ages and for families, in particular, an educational area where they can learn and try out some of the media and techniques the artist used to reproduce and multiply images.
Summer Cinema. Stars of Pop Night. Guided tour to the exhibition and screening. 9pm. With reservation The last screening of the summer will be Yellow Submarine, filling the museum gardens with music on the night of Friday 15th September. This animated film, directed in 1968 by George Dunning, was inspired by the Beatles song. Pepperland is a happy, music-loving paradise under the sea, protected by Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band. It undergoes a surprise attack from the Blue Meanies, who hate music. The mayor of the city sends Young Fred off in a yellow submarine to look for help. Fred arrives in Liverpool, where he collects Ringo, John, George and Paul, who travel back with him to an unreal, psychedelic world.
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Director: George Dunning
Year: 1968. Duration: 90’ (English, Spanish subtitles).