LAZNIA 1 2013 - Day Camp at LKW Gallery
2 April-30 September 2013
Location: LKW Gallery
Participants: children and teens
Day Camp at LKW Gallery is a part Art is Looking For YOU - a multidisciplinary educational event being carried out in two of Gdańsk’s districts: Lower Town, where Laznia CCA is located, and Nowy Port, the home of Laznia 2. During a wide assortment of workshops and events, the urban fabric of both districts will undergo artistic metamorphoses. Project co-financed by the Ministry of Culture and National Heritage as part of its Cultural Education programme.
Day Camp at LKW Gallery combines a series of interdisciplinary educational and artistic activities carried out in the outdoor studio of the LKW Gallery – a lorry nestled under a bridge in Lower Town. The project will allow local residents to spend their free time actively and creatively during the summer holidays. The workshops and artistic events accompanying the day camps seek to motivate participants to actively participate in changing the image of the district, which is neglected and at risk of becoming a zone of exclusion. These activities at the LKW Gallery this year will take the form of day camps. For two weeks, participants will reflect on answers to the question: If you could, what would you like to change or create in Lower Town?
Architectural workshops Through The Looking Glass
1-5 July 2013, 10 a.m. - 3 p.m.
Participants: children and teens ages 5-15 
Led by: Antonio Xavier
During the course, the participants are going to focus into local heritage and call up the stories associated with the district. By using the pictures, views and stories they will try to create a space for life in an original and creative way. They are going to document all the impressions on the artistic works.
Art and drama workshops Shadow Over Shadows 
8-12 July 2013, 3 p.m. - 8 p.m.
Participants: children and teens ages 10 - 15 
Led  by: Izabela Meronk, Anna Jazgarska
Participants will be encouraged to make interaction with colleagues during the creation of a paratheatrical spectacle based on Andersen’s novel “Shadow”. Through several exercises with words, gesture and body language they are going to make an interpretation of Andersen’s work.
Recycling workshops Second Life of Objects
15-19 July 2013, 10 a.m. - 3 p.m.
Participants: children and teens ages 10 - 15 
Led by: Izabela Jankowska, Sebastian Bieługa
Participants of the workshop will re-arrange the area around the LKW Gallery. Using recycled materials and wood, they are going to create tables, lamps and chairs. All the objects will be simple design, aesthetics, functionality and ease to use. During activities children are going to learn about creative re-using of waste and they will find out about the recycling.
Landscape architecture workshops To See Again
 5-9 August 2013, 10 a.m. - 3 p. m.
Participants: children and teens ages 10 - 15 
Led by: Agnieszka Lasota
It’s a city game, where participants will meet with the specific regional landscape and architecture of the Lower City. Through logical tasks and puzzles they will activate their imagination to create a new architectural solution for their district.
Workshop with elements of laughter therapy Positive Transformation
12-16 August 2013, 10 a.m. - 3 p.m.
Participants: children and teens ages 5 - 15 
Led by: Alicja Secke, Bogusława Gontarz
Participants will try to improve Lower City district and encourage residents to take an active part in the life of local community. They will use laughter and fun, animation courses, social activities and realize a “positive street festival”.
Music workshops Listen, Something is Growing in the Metal 
19-23 August 2013, 10 a.m. - 3 p.m.
Participants: children and teens ages 5 - 15
Led by: Andrzej Kędzierski, Małgorzata Wawro
During the workshop participants will experiment with a slide projector, creating pictures of the shadows of various objects and plant reflected on the wall from. Every image will receive an individual musical soundtrack – with accompaniment of guitar and simple instruments made by children from plastic bottles, foil, sticks and metal objects.
Municipal Institution of Culture