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Building a puppet and bringing it to life

Family workshop

Prassein Aloga Visual Puppet Theatre
Prassein Aloga Visual Puppet Theatre


Friday 4 February 2011
18:00-20:00
5th floor - Young Theatre Workshop
Parents and children aged 4-10 work on a fairytale together, making a simple puppet and learning how to bring it to life, playing out scenes from the fairytale and sharing ideas on how to make the sets.
€10 per child (€7 for siblings); €5 for accompanying parents
Parents and children aged 4-10 work on a fairytale together, making a simple puppet and learning how to bring it to life, playing out scenes from the fairytale and sharing ideas on how to make the sets. The experience leaves children with an understanding of how they can create and present their own performances at home and amuse themselves creatively in their free time.

Participants are asked to bring two objects with them which they didn’t use and which aren’t anthropomorphic, heavy, fragile or sharp (an old shoe, for instance, a plastic jug, a comb, a wooden spoon or a hat). The objects provide the group with inspiration and are transformed into dolls, which help develop the children’s imagination and raise their awareness of recycling.

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The workshop was led by the artist and performer, Emmanuela Kapokaki.

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Aimed at:
Parents and children aged 4-10

Language:
Greek

Reservations:
T: 213 017 8004
Email: education@sgt.gr
Ms Myrto Lavda
PARALLEL EVENTS

2 - 4 Feb 2011

21:00 Upper Stage
15 € | Concs 7 €

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