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6.3.2024 | Culture

Art from biowaste – learn how to make watercolours from kitchen waste

Text Susanna Poikela
Photos Kerttu Siplane

Art from biowaste – learn how to make watercolours from kitchen waste

 

Pärnu Museum of New Art will organise a workshop on March 9, where you can dive into the world of colours offered by nature. In the workshop, you will learn how to make watercolours from leftover fruits and roots. The event is part of the Give a New Life exhibition.

There are no limits to ingenuity when it comes to recycling. Often we just don’t know how to look at old things or foods from a new perspective.

At the Pärnu Museum of New Art  on March 9, Kerttu Siplane will show you how to make watercolours from onion, avocado, pomegranate peels and other organic waste generated in the kitchen. There are a limited number of places for the workshop that starts at 1 pm. The participation fee for the workshop is 10 euros and registration can be done by emailing muuseum@mona.ee.

 

 

 

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