Origami Connects Europe 2, Codlea, Romania, 13-19.11.2011

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=StCZDo-k_qM

In perioada 13-19.11.2011 in Codlea, judetul Brasov, A.C.T.O.R. a organizat pentru a doua oara anul acesta Atelierul Grundtvig “Origami the Ancient Folding Paper Art Connects Europe 2“. De aceasta data au participat:  Simona Marin si  Eliza Biro din Romania, Ali Dede Tanaci ,  Izzet Zorlu si  Gülbin ÖZDEMİR  din Turcia,  Vasiliki Tea din Grecia,  Monika Svobodova din Cehia,  Filipa Silva si Joana Lucas din Portugalia,   Jazeps Krukovski si Liga Strikmane din Letonia and  Uwe Schlottermueller/ Germania

Afland cum poate fi folosit origami sa comunice idei sentimente, participantii de varste intre 21 si 56 de ani, s-au descoperit pe ei insisi, s-au descoperit unii pe altii si culturile lor. Sesiunile au fost tinute de o echipa alcatuita din Eugenia Barbu, Stefanita Barbu, Andreea Vasilescu, Stefan Tatu si Mihai Barbu.

Zi dupa zi au descoperit ca origami poate ajuta la creerea unui eveniment, dar si la animarea unui grup de orice varsta, realizand mici spectacole sau jocuri amuzante sau pentru a te conecta cu lumea pe internet putand chiar realiza scurte filme de animatie.

In dimineata ultimei zile a atelierului participantii au creat un amplu eveniment in Codlea, facand un adevarat  tur de forta prezentand filmele de animatie cu origami, un mic spectacol despre prietenie cu figurine origami si oferind ateliere de origami, jocuri si distractie de neuitat unor grupe de

–          60 de  copii din Gradinita nr 1 si cea Germana,

–          10 de tineri  cu dizabilitati de la Scoala de Arte si Meserii,

–          40 de tineri din Liceul Teoretic

Between the 13-19.11.2011  in Codlea, Brasov, A.C.T.O.R. organized the”Origami Folding Paper Art connects the Ancient Europe2”Grundtvig workshop. This time the participants were : Simona Marin and  Eliza Biro from Romania, Ali Dede Tanaci ,  Izzet Zorlu and  Gülbin ÖZDEMİR  from Turkey.  Vasiliki Tea  from Greece,  Monika Svobodova from Czech Republic,  Filipa Silva and Joana Lucas from Portugal,   Jazeps Krukovski and Liga Strikmane  from Latvia and  Uwe Schlottermueller/ Germany.

Learning how to use origami to communicate ideas, feelings, participants aged between 19 and 57, have found themselves, and found each other and their cultures. Sessions were held by the team formed of Eugenia Barbu, Stefanita Barbu Andreea Vasilescu, Stefan Tatu and last but not least Mihai Barbu.

Day after day the participants found out that origami can help create an event, or the animation of any age group, making fun small shows or games or to connect to the internet world or even make short animated films.

In the last day morning of this workshop the participants create an event in kindergarten, Artand Kraft School, and Theoretic High School in Codlea for more than 110 children and youth. They present their movies, a short performance, folding paper workshop and unforgetable games and fun. 



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