04 Monday

The magical world of the sculptor Ioanna Spiteri

Teloglion Foundation of Arts A.U.Th.

Duration 45 minutes
from 4 to 18 years old
Not available


The retrospective exhibition of the sculptor Ioanna Spiteri is organised at the Teloglion Foundation, forty years after her last solo exhibition in Greece. For the first time, her entire work is presented to the public, featuring more than 180 works, almost unknown in Greece but extremely significant in quantity and value for modern sculpture. 

The exhibition includes sculptures in bronze, marble, wood, constructions, drawings, engravings, models, paper cutting, space, geometry, multiple solutions and transformation toys that reveal a gifted, restless woman, ahead of her time, with a strong awareness of the objective of art and honesty at every level, inviting one to a constant dialogue with her work.

The children will have the opportunity to get to know the work of the exceptional sculptor and travel with us from Athens, to Venice and then to Paris, discovering the phases of her production process, identifying the differences in the sculptures of the exhibition. The colourful geometric sculptures are the starting points of discussions about the positive-negative in art, the abstraction, cubism and expressionism.

At the end, children are asked to consider the importance of space in sculpture (public sculpture & land art) and activate their observation, identifying public sculpture works in their city. 

Note: The program is offered per class of a maximum of 25 students

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Curriculum Details

45 minutes Duration
English language
Suitable for students
from 4 to 18 years old
Nursery school / 1st Grade / 2nd Grade / 3rd Grade / 4th Grade / 5th Grade / 6th Grade / A' Middle School / B' Middle School / C' Middle School / A' High school / B' High school / C' High school
Teloglion Foundation of Arts A.U.Th.
Tuesday 11.00-14.00, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday 19.00-22.00, Saturday 11.00-14.00 & 19.00-22.00, Sunday 11.00-14.00, Monday Closed

Meet our guides

Boudoureli Eleni