Something is moving… in the Museum!
Stop Motion Animation workshop for children aged 12-14
The B&E Goulandris Foundation has drawn inspiration from the tribute to artist Sotiris Sorogas, which is on display at the temporary exhibitions venue, and has designed a stop motion animation workshop for children aged 12-14.
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Using the artist’s thematic units and techniques as a starting point, children make an original story, create cut-out figures and give a new dimension to Sorogas’ works by means of the stop motion technique. Through this process, they become familiar with all different stages of animation, such as scriptwriting and direction and they have an active role in the creation of their own original stop motion movie.
Combining the use of digital tools with learning, the stop motion animation technique has multiple benefits as it stimulates the learning process and encourages concentration, while at the same time it boosts the children’s imagination and promotes the concept of collaborative creativity.
Concept-Implementation: Vicky Christaki, Ioanna Koutsouki
The workshop takes place in Greek
For children aged 12-14
Every Sunday │13:00-15:00
Up to 10 children
Venue: Children’s Workshop
Cost of participation: 12€
Cost of participation for Kid and Family Members: 9€
To participate in the workshop, children have to show a vaccination or a recovery certificate, or the negative result of a self-test taken at least 24 hours before. The use of a non-medical mask is necessary throughout the workshop.
* The cost of participation concerns one child only.
** Children taking part in the workshops are advised to be at the Museum premises 15’ early.
*** Parents cannot stay with their children during the workshop. They may remain in the Museum premises if they wish so and enjoy a drink/snack at the Café-Restaurant or visit the exhibition areas (please keep in mind that neither is included in the cost of participation).
Health & safety measures against Covid-19
The B&E Goulandris Foundation takes a series of measures to safeguard the health and safety of its visitors and ensure that those who participate in the educational programmes have a pleasant experience.
- To participate in the workshops, children have to show a vaccination or a recovery certificate, or the negative result of a self-test taken at least 24 hours before.
- The use of non-medical masks is obligatory in all the Museum’s indoor areas and throughout the entire educational programme.
- We advise all children to wash their hands before entering the workshop area and make use of the sanitiser, available at the Museum.
Please be informed that the Museum is operating on an open loop air conditioning system and that the building is cleaned and disinfected on a regular basis.
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