1 October 2017 - 30 June 2018
Digital Programmes at OCCHow do we make art in an era during which we create, flirt, communicate, and overall live in an environment of continuous and ubiquitous networking? What is the position of art in important social and financial issues? How can it help us deal with technology and science in a critical manner?
9 October 2017 - 11 May 201809:30
Contemporary Art: experiencing is understanding!Get up close and personal with contemporary art. The OCC opens its doors to schoolchildren, so they can take a new look at the art and culture of today.It's contemporary and it's definitely the art that addresses our present. So don't be scared of contemporary art—get to know it, talk about it, and let it win you over.
10 October - 22 December 201710:00
3 € per student
Science Fiction: A Journey into the UnknownWho can decide what the future will look like? Every idea you have and does not exist yet is science fiction... until it happens. A big journey to the unknown has begun at the Onassis Cultural Centre.
16 October 2017 - 14 January 2018
Dismantling ToolsSchools become places of encounters, collaboration, and artistic creationA small van parks at the schoolyard. You can draw phrases on its surfaces. They will travel through the streets of the city. What will be your message?
23 October 2017 - 15 April 2018
Backpack JournalismFor independent journalists!You've already got a backpack, a smartphone and a laptop. This year, you'll get the training and the inspiration you need to start out as a reporter.
1 November - 16 November 201717:00
Workshop for educators | Say it with theatrePlaywriting techniques and tools for understanding and fully exploiting the curriculumShakespeare wrote that "All the world's a stage". So if there's room for the whole world on stage, why don't you get up there, too, and take your students with you?
4 December - 19 December 201717:00
Workshop for educators | The art of criticismTheatre criticism as a route to understandingWhat is there after the "I liked it" or "I didn't like it" of a performance? Open up the discussion with your students and take the plunge together into the wonderful world of criticism.