The artist, Zsuzsanna Ardó, mesmerised my children. My son declared that “She made me learn stuff.” When we visited his Grandfather, a painter, he told him he knew how to draw a portrait.
Polar self Portraits is a thought-provoking video installation that we hope will spark the viewers’ curiosity about Antarctica and the Arctic – and what these beautiful places mean for our everyday lives.
Enthralling. Thought-provoking. Opened my eyes to Ruskin’s – and Zsuzsanna’s – deep concerns about the future of our planet. I wasn’t expecting this insight. Thank you for something special. Great fun. This is the way to learn: I wasn’t aware before . . .
It was great watching Zsuzsanna working with the children at Fleetwood Museum. Their resulting self-portraiture was amazing, and the sessions were enjoyed by all.Thank you for all your hard work and efforts at the museum!
Creativity at the Wordsworth Trust. Visitors inspired by Zsuzsanna Ardó artist under William Wordsworth’ watchful eye. The pictures show it to have been a great success.
Zsuzsanna’s pedagogical approach was extremely effective in enthusing the children to want to learn.
These art workshopss inspired people how to express themselves. I enjoyed every minute of it.
Zsuzsanna was working with a variety of different people from all over the world, and they were thoroughly engaged with the workshops — well attended and I’m sure people got a lot out of it.
I found the group atmosphere very nice and inclusive. I did enjoy looking at pictures and find a personal message or meaning in them. Also, I liked the fact that a common theme generated so many different responses and artworks.
It was really fun to do art in such a positive environment.