Grundtvig workshop “Puppetry in comunication” has been held in Codlea! 1-7.07.2012

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=52uCJebXDc8

Cel de-al treilea workshop Grundtvig “Puppetry in comunication” a adus impreuna participanti din Belgia, Cipru, Cehia, Germania, Italia, Letonia, Slovenia, Spania si Turcia. Timp de o saptamana, acestia au lucrat impreuna experimentand diferite tehnici de animatie si diverse tipuri de teatru de papusi.
Participantii au explorat diferite tipuri de comunicare verbala si non-verbala, dar si diferite moduri in care pot construi papusi expresive folosind doar materiale reciclate, iar toate acestea i-au ajutat sa invete cum sa comunice mai usor prin intermediul teatrului de papusi.
In cadrul atelierelor de teatru de umbre, modelare de baloane sau construirea papusilor din sticle de plastic, participantii au reusit sa construiasca adevarate mini-spectacole de teatru de papusi utilizand atat basme traditionale din tarile lor cat si povesti fantastice.
Alaturi de aceste mini-spectacole, participantii au mai primit o provocare: sa lucreze impreuna intr-o echipa mai numeroasa (6 persoane), sa isi construiasca toti acelasi tip de papusa si sa realizeze un dans sincron. A fost amuzant dar si interesant modul in care participantii au “jucat” greselile si cum le-au folosit pentru a dinamiza acest moment.
Casa de Cultura din Codlea a gazduit si anul acesta spectacolul realizat de participantii atelierului Puppetry in comunication, iar publicul format din copiii de la gradinita nr 1 Codlea si dintr-un grup de tineri dezavantajati de la Centrul de recuperare Bradet au fost foarte darnici in aplauze, amuzandu-se copios.
A fost un proiect plin de creativitate, veselie si voie buna in care povestile traditionale s-au impletit cu fantezia dar si cu elemente culturale traditionale fiecarei tari participante.

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The third workshop Grundtvig “Puppetry in Comunication” brought together participants from Belgium, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Germany, Italy, Latvia, Slovenia, Spain and Turkey. For a week, they worked together experiencing different animation techniques and different types of puppets.
The participants explored various types of verbal and nonverbal communication, and different ways they can build expressive puppets using only recycled materials and all of these helped to learn how to communicate more easily through puppet theater.
In the shadow theater workshops, balloon modeling and building puppets of plastic bottles, the participants were able to build true mini-puppet theater using both traditional tales of their countries and fantastic stories.
Along with these mini-performances, the participants got a challenge to work together in a more numerous team (6 persons), to build all the same type of doll and achieve a synchronized dance. It was fun but also interesting how the participants “played” mistakes and how they used to add sizzle the moment.
The house of Culture in Codlea hosted this year Puppetry workshop show conducted by the participants in communicative competence, and the audience made up of children from kindergarten No. 1 Codlea and a group of disadvantaged young people from Bradet Recovery Center were very generous in applause , amusing themselves copiously.
It was a project full of creativity, laughter and joy in which traditional stories were blended with fantasy but also with traditional cultural elements of each participating country.

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