The Museum of Greek Children’s Art is a pioneering Museum, one of the very few worldwide that exhibits exclusively drawings and three dimensional artworks created by children 5 to 14 years old. Learning through Art, the Museum of Greek Children’s Art, follows its original vision. The Museum’s aim is to highlight the uniqueness of Children’s Art.
• It offers the chance to get acquainted with Art since childhood.
• It is addressed to children and adults, parents, teachers, artists and scientists.
• It offers outlets that a child but also an adult needs to experience every day.
• It collaborates with Institutions, professionals and researchers with relevant interests.
• The Museum’s collections include more than 10,000 drawings and 3d artworks created by children, enriched each year.
• It proposes an educational approach enriched with art created by children.
• It contributes to the development of a young generation interested in culture.
Why is this site considered accessible?
Within the framework of its social contribution, the Museum realizes educational programmes and art activities for people with disabilities, visually impaired or socially vulnerable groups. According to its fundamental goals, learning through art, the Museum organizes 8month long art workshops for people with disabilities, aiming to develop their creative potential. Since 1999 and for the next three years, the Museum collaborated with the Centre of Creative Occupation for people with special needs of the Municipality of Zografou in Athens, in 2002 with Sikiarideio Foundation and since 2011 with the Greek Cerebral Palsy Foundation.
Address: 9 Kodrou str, extension Voulis str., Plaka
Postcode: 105 58 Athens
Telephone: (+30210) 3312 621 & 3312 750
Email: [email protected]
The photos used in that post were taken from the website of the Museum of Greek Children’s Art (http://www.childrensartmuseum.gr/view_subpage/35/programmata-amea–ampo-eypatheis-koinwnika-omades)