The expression “What Were You Thinking?” doesn’t have to be a negative remark - it can just be a question relating to what’s coming to someone’s mind. We asked your children: what do they imagine? How far do their dreams stretch? Where do their thoughts go? And where do their ideas for everyday activities come from? Their imagination inspired artworks, which we present as a children’s exhibition, accompanying the exhibition “Szancer, Imagine That!”, dedicated to Jan Marcin Szancer, an outstanding Polish-Jewish illustrator.
The works that we received are hard to describe and categorize. They all prove that a child’s imagination means the world put upside down, in the sense of all of the children possessing an outstanding sense of imagination and creativity. The exhibition “What Were You Thinking?” constantly changes, transforms and grows. Children visiting it will have an opportunity to add their own works created in our artistic corner.
We would like to thank all of the young artists who submitted works, as well as their parents and caretakers. Due to the pandemic, the exhibition is planned to occur on Sunday, July 12th, 2020 at 12 noon. The exhibition opening is only for the creators of the works and their families.
All of the remaining guests are kindly asked to visit the exhibition from July 12th, 2020 at 1 p.m.