Visit the “Anything Goes” Museum

The new exhibition in the National Museum in Warsaw will leave you absolutely stunned!

Over 6 months, a group of 69 children divided into six curatorial teams worked on a new temporary exhibition at the museum’s building in Warsaw. The teams of junior-curators prepared the scripts and selected almost 300 works to be displayed. They also provided ideas for multimedia presentations and exhibition design, designed educational leaflets, recorded audio guides, prepared captions and selected works that were to be used for promotional purposes.

Divided into six individual segments (A Forest, Dance of the Minotaur, The Ghost Room, Playing a Hero, Treasure Trove, and Changes) – the exhibition features works from every type of collection: ancient and Oriental artefacts, craft objects, old and contemporary sculptures, photographs, drawings and prints, coins and medals, clothes and paintings created in specific periods. Many have never been presented to the public before. This exhibition is definately a must – it was created by the children for just about everyone!

The “Anything Goes” Museum can be visited to 8 May 2016.

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