Once a week, Prádelna collective meets, thinks and creates together. The visitors will have the chance to meet the collective and to join their meetings. Women who are members of the collective have experience with life on the streets. They wish that people who go to galleries would see how they work. They want the people who don’t usually go to galleries or can’t go for different reasons, to come and try to make art just like them. The gallery room will therefore become an open workshop. The collective will print t-shirts, create movies, play theater, compose music, learn foreign languages, and train dysgraphia. They will create an opportunity for a joint activity and will then sell the artifacts in the gallery shop. The language of art seems inaccessible. Is it possible to discuss with the gallery their willingness to speak to everyone?