A series of creative recycling workshops for young people and everybody else.
Re:cycling is an educational, ecological, ethical and design project, which has been running for the last five years at Šiška cinema in partnership with the Society for the Cultivation of Creative Thinking and Living – GUMB. By collecting and exploring creative ways of processing waste materials into a wide range of unique and useful products, they open up alternative options to resolve the issue of waste and environmental pollution and promote positive attitudes to recycling and ecologically responsible and engaged behaviour by every individual.
At April’s Re:cycling, we are going to play around with the most unusual waste with the help of GUMB Society mentors: Barbie doll legs, old coloured pencils and marker pens and toothbrushes which together with some scrap wood will make some really unique wall hangers.
The workshop takes place in the Komuna hall and is free-of-charge and is intended for those aged 15 and over. The number of participants is limited, so it is obligatory to register in advance at: email@example.com.
Illustration: David Krančan
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