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Sunday, 12 November 2017

1 October 2017 - 30 June 2018

ADULTS

Digital Programmes at OCC

How 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?

1 October 2017 - 20 May 2018

11:00

FAMILIES

Emotions: Shared sensations for all the familyFrom the parental to the group embrace

Movement is one of the loveliest forms of non-verbal communication. So, movement and dance for babies, children and parents, with lots of hugs, exercises and stimuli for the young ones' senses and reflexes, and games and fun for the whole family.

23 October 2017 - 15 April 2018

Free admission

SCHOOLS

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.

29 October - 26 November 2017

12:00

TEENAGERS

From the self-portrait to the selfieReconstructing the image of our self

The #selfie is powerful, as you well know! But how about learning how to use selfies to express yourself artistically? In this workshop, you'll learn what the self-portrait means as a concept. That way, you'll know what a #selfie is really all about, apart from likes!

11 November - 12 November 2017

11:00

CHILDREN

A Revolution with Robotics, Technology, and Equal OpportunitiesA workshop for girls

One of the most incredible sciences of our times, robotics has hundreds of applications in our lives. Can you make your own robot paint or find its way out of a labyrinth? Everything is a question of creativity and knowledge. So come along, to learn and enjoy yourselves!

4 December - 19 December 2017

17:00

ADULTS

Workshop for educators | The art of criticismTheatre criticism as a route to understanding

What 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.