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Europe House in the Universe of Children’s Imagination

Around fifty children learned about clean energy and screen printing at Europe House in Montenegro. The imaginary being, “lmagi”, is made of 4 elements used as clean energy sources. The children have shown us how he looks in Europe House today.


In partnership with the “Moj Imaginarium” drawing school, Europe House organised an art workshop, “My Imagi EcoPrint” as part of the Europe Day celebration. “I am delighted how the children solved a not-so-simple task visually. The great interest in getting to know the screen-printing process, something completely new to them, showed how much the children love to learn and discover,” said the artist Iva Ivanović, who led the workshop.


Children’s task was to design their own sign that would symbolise their fingerprint as a signature to planet Earth, a pledge to protect and care for it. At the workshop, children were introduced to clean energy and screen printing. As a final product, we got confirmation and a designed “pledge” that they would implement all the things they learned about.


Art workshop “My Imagi EcoPrint” is one of a series of events as part of the Europe Day celebration. My Imaginarium is an artbook that combines children’s imagination with renowned Montenegrin and regional illustrators. The children had the “task” of designing and drawing an imaginary being that was later “brought to life” by the young artists.

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Source: Europe House Montenegro

Photo credits: Europe House Montenegro

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