“Nighthawks” by Edward Hopper (1942)

During this afternoon, children will paint in the style of American painter, Edward Hopper. In 1942 Hopper painted Nighthawks, a night scene in a large city diner. It is a perfect summary of his style. Hopper has a unique talent for painting the banality of ordinary life and made it a masterpiece. It represents a scene of ordinary life and just like many of his paintings, it tells stories despite the lack of elements. Edward Hopper incites our imagination as we think about what happened or what might happen just after the scene.

Public: children from 6 to 13 yo

When: Saturday 6 June from from 1.30 to 4.30 pm

Tarif : CHF 65.- materials and et snacks included

Where : Atelier du Square, rue François-Bonivard 4, 1201 Genève

Enrollment : Click here

Information: Eurydice Labaki, [email protected], 078 696 12 45