Katla and Jóhanna are recently gratuated from the graphic design from the University of Arts. The worskhop is based on their graduation projects.
Katla uses clay, food and other everyday items that transform into letters.
Jóhanna made new patterns with the help of Sjónabókin and an algorythm. Guests can make those patterns with beads.
Everyone is welcome to this fun workshop.

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Because of Reykjavik pride we want to invite young and old to a rainbow- printworkshop on 4th of august from 13:00 - 15:00.

Una María Magnúsdóttir, a student in graphic design at the Rietveld academy in Amsterdam, will lead the workshop.

Participation is free of charge and everyone is welcome - lets celebrate diversity and all the colors of the rainbow!

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Sunday 1 May at 13 there is a claim card workshop in the Design Museum of Iceland.

The demands and wishes, hopes and desires of kids today and kids of the settlement age will be discussed and everyone can have their say. Claim cards will then be designed and prepared and the joy of creativity will prevail.
Dagrún Ósk Jónsdóttir, an ethnographer, and Ásgerður Heimisdóttir, a craftswoman and designer, lead the workshop, which is intended for the whole family. The workshop is free and part of the project Við langeldinn / Við eldhúsborðið, which is funded by the Icelandic Children's Cultural Fund and is intended to make children think about what is similar and different with the lives of children during the settlement age and today.

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