Tuesday 29 June 2021
Tuesday 13 July 2021
Tuesday 07 September 2021
Saturday 25 September 2021
In this series of workshops for our younger friends, Takis’ art becomes an important tool for education as well as their mental and emotional development!
The activities are transformed into an organized game of direct observation, recognition, touch, smell, hearing and movement, which provides participants with experiences that are both enjoyable and re-creative. Encouraged by their accompanying adult, each child develops the image of their body and senses individually. They understand and appreciate the environment and the outdoor sculptures, observe them, and draw on them for information.
For children aged 2–4 and their accompanying adults
Up to 30 participants (15 children & 15 accompanying adults)
Design - Implementation: Eirini Persidou | Art Historian | Head of Educational Programmes, Takis Foundation - KETE
Assistant leaders: Christina Meimaridi: Museum Educator, Vasiliki Maltsaki: Puppet player / Founding member of the group Ta Panta Fi
“Paths of many colours”
The red of fire, the yellow of the sun, the blue of the sky: together, they form the most colourful sensory path in the whole of the SNFCC!
Small children learn to identify the primary colours and their associated emotions through Takis’ chromatic palette, through a game of matching, balancing, mimicking, of musico-kinetic and visual creation as they try things out in a natural environment which stimulates their senses in a variety of ways. The toddlers use safe, soft materials and collage, printing, dripping and spontaneous movement techniques to create coloured motifs like those the sculptor uses in his Wind Sculptures.
Free admission by online pre-registration
Pre-registration starts on Thursday 24/06 at 12.00
Look up at the sky! Colourful shapes dancing!
Taking the geometric forms of Takis’ sculptures as their inspiration and starting point, our young visitors are drawn into our most imaginative multisensory workshop! The aim is for them to first discover and get to know the sculptures’ geometric shapes through games of excavation and mystery, and then to give them movement, rhythm and colour! The line that sometimes forms a circle, triangle or square and sometimes a spiral attracts the children’s attention and transports them experientially into Takis’ magical world.
Free admission by online pre-registration
Pre-registration starts on Monday 05/07 at 12.00
“Next stop: Planet Takis”
Under the blue sky and beside the green trees stand the strangest flowers! You might even call them ‘galactic’! Made out of gears, crap iron, wheels, propellers and screws.
Takis’ 'Flowers' sculptures provide the material for the most imaginative sensory education workshop of them all. Through storytelling, theatre games and artistic creation, participants embark on an intergalactic voyage. Their destination is Planet Takis, and they will discover the Greek artist’s contemporary sculpture along the way in the most playful manner imaginable.
Pre-registration starts on Monday 30/08 at 12.00
"The orchestra of the circle!"
What sound does the circle make? And how can we play music with him? If we could paint the music, would it be round? On the occasion of Takis Spheres, we compose the most original music orchestra with a variety of spherical percussion instruments.
We recognize the shape of the circle in our body and in the environment, and through games of movement, imitation, dance and music, we come in contact with the basic principles of C. Orff music-motor education.
Body percussion, rhythmic games of intensity, duration, memory and height pleasantly introduce the participants to the magical world of music and creation.
In the end, the little musicians will make their own mini instrument with recyclable materials!
Pre-registration starts on Monday 20/09 at 12.00
For their safe participation, the accompanying adults must demonstrate, upon arrival at the venue, a negative COVID-19 test result (rapid test or PCR of at least a week.).
* No Covid-19 test (PCR, rapid ) is required for fully-vaccinated participants. Participants must meet one of the below: Have completed both doses of vaccination for COVID-19 with any of the E.U. approved vaccine, providing the EU digital COVID certificate, and the last dose must have been completed at least 14 days ago, or have recovered from COVID-19 disease, valid for at least 30 days and at most 180 days after the initial positive result.
For all cases of an official document demonstration, a parallel identity check of the holder will be carried out.
The use of face mask and social distancing measures are mandatory in indoor and outdoor areas of the SNFCC, in accordance with Hellenic National Public Health Organization regulations.
Due to public health measures, there may be changes regarding either the staging of the event, or the maximum number of participants.