As she explained, that was her idea to create a space for children and adults who could explore the depth and variety of colors through art displays and play modules. At the same time, she hopes, the younger generation will be able to use the knowledge, gained here, not only in everyday life, but also in their future work.
"We invite each guest to take a color journey, explore Crimea through the prism of its vivid colors, slow down and wake up. In our museum guests will learn how abundant and beautiful Crimea is in its colors. The museum will be filled with musical interactive installations specially designed for this project," Irina Banova said.
Visitors will be presented with several expositions: "The White Room", "Influence", "Stalactite Cave", "The Origins of Colors in Clothes". Guests will also be able to learn the history of the Pantone color model and Glaros ― the world's largest sound synthesizer.
Besides, the museum has created the Sweet Universal zone, where guests can see interactive exhibitions and sculptures made of sweets, as well as to arrange a photo session in one of the "sweet" photo zones. Donuts, marmalade bears, art panels and much more await the museum visitors. A total of more than 700 exhibits will be presented. The idea of the ‘Sweet Universe’ is also displayed on the facade and roof of the building ― in the form of planets of candies.
The museum will have a photo studio, a room for games and a café. In addition, the organizers plan to hold exhibitions and master classes here, in which everyone, including people with disabilities, can take part.
At the moment the exact date of the opening of the new project is not determined yet. However, the organizers expect to open the doors to visitors in June. On the opening day a surprise awaits all the little guests.
The address of the future museum: Eupatoria, 29B Lenin Str., "Avangard" Park.
For children under 5 years of age and children with disabilities admission will be free.