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Creative workshops in the summer holidays

The LOA kids mentor, Vattenfall Europe Wärme AG, is sponsoring open workshops for children and young people – drop by, join in!

The 2014 LOA façade artwork of the American JBAK artist duo is complete. The two artists James Bullough and Addison Karl only needed four weeks to complete their design of three larger-than-life human figures on the wall of Landsberger Allee 228 B. Nevertheless, the creative process at the site is continuing in the coming weeks. Together with the new LOA kids mentor, Vattenfall Europe Wärme AG, LOA Berlin is organising open creative workshops for children and young people. 

Those persons who have always wanted to give free rein to their creative energy while learning something about façade art are welcome to drop by between 2 pm and 6 pm any Wednesday during the summer holidays and have a look. No registration is necessary. When the weather’s nice, the workshops (conducted by the Lichtenberg Youth Art School) will take place directly at the location of the large 2014 LOA façade artwork. Drop by, join in!

When: every Wednesday (23rd July, 30th July, 6th August, 13th August, 20th August)

Where: Landsberger Allee 228 B, in front of the art gable