Exhibition of the Pető Institute’s Children: Colour-Shape-Harmony
The PETHŐ-INSTITUTE is world-famous for its conductive-pedagogy for training and developing handicapped children. The exhibition presents a one-year-long creative project. Children were educated and inspired through fine-art. Their self-reflections were partly realised in particular painting, drawings and there are several space-objects made from natural materials. The creations are certainly interesting however the project was much more complex. The well-designed project offered a wide range of inputs actions for the participants and gained really deep breakthrough in remedial methods.
The project was supported by MOL / Hungarian Oil Company and Új Európa Alapítvány /New Europe Foundation.
Dr. Bereczky Lóránd art historian, former director of the Hungarian National Gallery
Mascher Róbert DLA, professor of the Andras Pető College, the president of FISE
The participant children are:: Andrási Tamás, Kiss Viktor, Boczán Fanni, Farkas István, Puszta Barbara, Bódi Dávid, Fehér Vivien, Radics Enikő, Káté Dzsenifer, Fülöp Szabolcs, Simon Kinga, Pleter Mónika, Mészöly Vivien, Szűcs Gréta, Ignácz Pralád, Strasser Pál
Art teachers: Basa Anikó, Bánkúti István, Lakatos Ildikó, Máté Beáta, Vadász Zsuzsanna