Family animation shows by Serafiński Studio
Dear children, dear parents, aunts, uncles, grandmothers and grandfathers!
We cordially invite you to a family weekend animation show for children by Serafiński Studio.
December 9, at 11.00 and at 1.00 p.m. in our auditorium at ul. Kolegialna 6, we will show you several episodes of great series for children – “Agatka” and “Szmatkowe Królestwo”.
Admission is free. After the show, we plan integration games and gifts for each child! The whole thing will take about 1.5 hours.
“The Rag Kingdom”
A series for preschool children. Princess Bianca and Albert the Hamster live in the Rag Kingdom, where everything is made of scraps of fabric. They are preschool children with different temperaments, but they spend a wonderful time together getting to know the world and other inhabitants of the Kingdom. Each episode is a separate story from the everyday life of both children and their closest friends: Father King, Mother Queen, Stefan the Sparrow, Woodcutter the Hamster, Sun and Moon and other inhabitants of the rag land.
Animated series for children aged 3-9. The heroine of the films is five-year-old Agatka. In the adventures created by the girl’s imagination, she is always accompanied by her friend Cyril the Hamster, a pet that Agatka takes care of and whom she has made her confidant and playmate. Agatka is a determined talker, curious and with a positive attitude to the world. The originator of the series and the author of the scripts is Jan Steliżuk, Teresa and Sławomir Zalewski are responsible for the visuals of the film and the appearance of the characters, and Robert Ochnio added music to Agatka’s adventures.
It was established by Marek Serafiński in 2004, initially as Serafiński Studio Graphic and Film. The studio’s main activity is short original animations and films for children. The studio’s extensive output also includes a 50-minute documentary with animation elements titled JANKA and international production titled INVENTORY OF TRACES.
Since 2017, the company has been run by Małgorzata Bosek-Serafińska.
The shows are part of the “Stories. The world is more complicated than our laws about it”, carried out by the Masovian Museum in Płock in partnership with the Kunstbanken Center for Contemporary Art in Hamar, Norway, and financed by the Financial Mechanism of the European Economic Area (MF EEA_ 2014 – 2021).