Introducing children to the art of restoration

Workshop to be held at Palazzo Falson in Mdina on July 26
The Palazzo Falson Historic House Museum courtyard. Photo: Shutterstock.com

Palazzo Falson Historic House Museum in Mdina is hosting a workshop for children in collaboration with Atelier del Restauro Ltd on July 26 from 10.30am to noon.

Titled Let’s Be Conservators, the workshop aims to teach children (aged six to 12) about the role played by conservators in the art world through hands-on activities.

The workshop will be led by Valentina Lupo, co-founder and director at Atelier del Restauro Ltd, and also includes a tour of the museum.  

Attendance is free but donations are welcome.

Places are limited and pre-booking is essential. One can secure their child’s place by sending an e-mail on bookings@palazzofalson.com or call us on 2145 4512. For more information, visit the event’s Facebook page.  

This workshop is being supported by the Majjistral Action Group Foundation under the LEADER Programme 2014-2020 Measure 1: Restoration of Assets and Sites of Artistic and Cultural Value. 

For more Child stories, follow this link.

Related Posts
Read More

Safe ride: choosing the right car seat for your child

Parents need to ensure their children are as safe as possible while travelling by car as Malta’s roads are more dangerous than ever. Data released in parliament showed there were over 800 traffic accidents that resulted in fatalities or injuries over the past three years. Mechanical engineer Rebecca Buttigieg, who is an accredited car seat adviser, shares her views on the subject.
Read More

Big little lies

As children transition into teens, their desire to seem more adult and attain more independence might see them lying to parents and caregivers more and more often. Jessica Arena discusses this phenomenon and gives advice on how parents can avoid such a scenario.