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02 April 2022 - 22 May 2022
Timetable: Saturdays and Sundays from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m.
Gema Baños / Sara Donoso
10 children, each accompanied by a maximum of two adult family members for each workshop.

We return with a new edition of Workshops for Families at CGAC, continuing our journey around the world through the art and cultures of different countries. This time, we travel to Peru, where we will discover two very different artists: Sandra Gamarra and Aldo Chaparro. We will explore their works, not only to inspire ourselves but also to understand their history, play with colours and volumes and discover that things are not always quite as they seem, and that we have the power to change them!








An Ideal World. Sandra Gamarra

Saturday 2 April. Families with children aged 4-6

Sunday 3 April. Families with children aged 7-9

Inscription: from 24-31 March

Sandra Gamarra is an artist who loves history. She is eager to know and learn how the world works, because she is convinced that art can serve to improve it.

In this workshop, we will learn to narrate stories starting from chance, we will play with the collage, words and images to create surprising combinations. We will also discover what happens when we modify just one part of everyday objects, affording them another meaning, and we will use our imagination to build our own ideal world.


The Rebellion of the Shape. Aldo Chaparro

Saturday 21 May. Families with children aged 4-6

Sunday 22 May. Families with children aged 7-9

Inscription: from 12-19 May

The relationships between painting, design and sculpture are essential in Aldo Chaparro’s work. Playing with the combination of shapes and colours, we will work with different formats and materials and learn to express feelings through our hands and the objects used.  



Given by:

SARA DONOSO (Redondela, Pontevedra, 1989) has a PhD in History of Art from Santiago de Compostela University, having graduated with a Bachelor’s degree in Fine Arts from the University of Vigo’s Fine Arts faculty in Pontevedra. Her pedagogical experience has been acquired in different schools and institutions in which she has carried out mediation and art education activities. She works in the field of art criticism, curatorship, education and cultural management.


The workshops are free of charge and to take part it is necessary to send an email within the time period established to onlinecgac@gmail.com, pointing out the activity and day you wish to register for, the names of the participants, their ages, a telephone contact number and email address.

Only the applications of those who fulfil the criteria regarding the age group the workshop corresponds to will be accepted. The places will be allocated by order of registration. Each applicant will receive a confirmation email.