Transparent collage art workshop

Join us at the workshop hosted by Panel magazine’s art director Maria Gyarmati!
Saturday, 19 September 2020 from 13:00-15:00


Dear people! Due to the current epidemiological situation and the common chaos, we decided to move our event OUTDOORS. The workshop\picnic will take place on Nehru embankment, next to Pet?fi bridge, on Pest side. Great view on the river, lovely September weather, fresh air and great company! We'll meet you at the so-called "chess tables". Bring along some artistic ideas, creative mood and -- snacks! ? We'll provide the rest. Since the seating is limited, please, confirm your attendance!

Last year’s workshop on collages was a blast – we not only got to know Budapest-based artists, both professional and amateur, but also published some of the artworks, produced during the workshop, in the issue #4 of Panel.
When we read a good story, we often dive into it, explore its universe and, line by line, we begin to see its perspective, its dimensions, its space. We unfold the story, in a way, and discover it on different levels.
For the next issue, issue #6, Panel is looking for the visual artworks that are not just talented, but also – multidimensional. These can be 3D model-based images, photographs that use depth of field as an artistic tool, collages that, by combining their elements, tell a story, or drawings and paintings. Let’s create them together!
Maria Gyarmati will guide through the process of creating a multi-layered artwork that gives the effect of volume. We will make foggy landscapes, figures in motion, the play of light and shadow – everything that will add up depth and meanings to your artworks.
Another artist of Panel, Alexa Fermeglia, will assist her in this.
NO DRAWING SKILLS ARE REQUIRED to participate in the workshop.
Materials, such as photos, old magazines, paper, ink, etc. – will be provided.
The workshop is free of charge, but please let us know if you intend to participate via
The event will be conducted in English.
The best artworks will be published in the issue#6 of Panel, which is to be released in Autumn.

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