The first week of the 38th Raspustilište was in token of creative and educational workshops. An exhibition of children’s art works created within the second art colony of the NSCCC, which will be available to the public until 17 September, on weekdays from 9 a.m. to 3 pm, has also been opened.
In the Mlin Cultural Station, children learned how to make clay sculptures, what can be done and made from soil, learned something about weaving, while the ‘Summer Enigmatic Intermezzo’ was a chance for children to ‘warm up for school’ through selected educational content in an unusual and attractive form. There is also a traditional Lego Game Room intended for all fans of Lego bricks, which will be open until the end of Raspustilište, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.
The entrance is free of charge. The programmes are being implemented in accordance with the current epidemiological measures.
Summer part of the programme of the 38th Raspustilište entitled ‘Zagrevanje za Školu’ (En. School Warm-Up) is being implemented in the period from 16 to 27 August in the Mlin Cultural Station, organised by the Novi Sad Children’s Cultural Centre. You can find detailed programme on the following link.
The Raspustilište is a cultural multimedia manifestation for education of children aged 4 – 14 years, which has been continuously held since 1983. The aim of the manifestation is a quality free time filled with cultural contents during the vacation, as well as extracurricular education in the process of making and using culture and creating a new audience through the process of developing emotional intelligence and abilities of children.
Photo: Dragan Jablanov