Utstilling; #kidspaintcorona Barn og unge tegner Korona.
Bakgrunn Covid-19-pandemien rammet hele verden, og mens forskere, politikere, økonomer og andre fagfolk prøver å bekjempe viruset og dets konsekvenser, retter Barnekunstmuseet fokus mot å inkludere barn og... Les mer
Covid-19-pandemien rammet hele verden, og mens forskere, politikere, økonomer og andre fagfolk prøver å bekjempe viruset og dets konsekvenser, retter Barnekunstmuseet fokus mot å inkludere barn og unges meninger og ytringer rundt epidemien som påvirker og preger absolutt alle i denne spesielle tiden vi lever i.
Åpent: Sept.-des 2020 Tir/Ons/Tor 9.30-14.00 & Lør/Søn 11-16
- – more than 5500 pieces of art submitted
- – entries from 64 countries(Argentina, Armenia, Austria, Australia, Azerbaijan, Bangladesh, Belarus, Belgium, Bolivia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Brazil, Bulgaria, Canada, Hong Kong China, Honduras, Colombia, Cyprus, Czech Republic, El Salvador, Ecuador, Finland, France, Germany, Ghana, Greece, India, Indonesia, Iran, Ireland, Italy, Japan, Kazakhstan, Lithuania, Malaysia, Macedonia, Mexico, Morocco, Myanmar, Netherlands, Nigeria, Norway, Pakistan, Philippines, Portugal, Poland, Romania, Russia, Serbia, Singapore, Slovakia, South Africa, South Korea, Spain, Sri Lanka, Sweden, Switzerland, Tanzania, Taiwan, Thailand, Turkey, Ukraine, United Arab Emirates, United Kingdom, United States of America, Uzbekistan)
- – youngest artist: 23 months (Cataline, Belgium)
- – oldest artist: 18 years (Mira, Germany)
- – Main topics (hoved tema) :– The virus itself in different varieties
– rainbows as a sign of encouragement to other children
– things, that children miss, mostly grandparents, footballs, playgrounds and friends- live before Corona and living with the Virus, the latter was often grey or sad – pictures showing loneliness and the feeling being locked up
– Superheroes fighting Corona
– exhausted doctors and nurses
– people around the world holding hands, showing their united fight against the virus
– Children are people who belong to the future and it’s important for our society to recognise and try to understand the world from a child perspective, also when it comes to such a serious matter as the Covid-19 pandemic and Coronavirus that affects them. The most vulnerable and largest population group are often not given the opportunity to express their views or included as conscious participants in discussions about serious issues. However, Article 12, in the UN Declaration, on the Convention of The Rights of the Child states: «Every child has the right to express their views and have them taken seriously!» – Angela Goldin, Director, The International Museum of Children’s Art