For elementary school students (4th-6th grade), and junior high school students (classes A' & B')
From October 1st until November 12th 2021
How many forms of energy can be manifested through a work of art and how can we process them creatively? What has a "green building" got to do with a red and a yellow sculpture of kinetic art, and how can an ecological idea implemented through an artistic patent be applied at the SNFCC today?
Senior elementary and high school students are invited on an exploration of the dialogue between science and art, in the light of ecology that permeates Takis' work. Through fun research games, math puzzles, visual experiments and role-playing games, children discover the innovation and function of a green building in connection to the work of the most renowned interdisciplinary artist who gets inspired by the power of nature.
Design: Kalliopi Koutroumpi, museologist-museum educator
Bookings can be made here.
[Photo: Panos Kokkinias]
For the participation of school groups in SNFCC programs, all health protection measures are observed. For the participation of students, a demonstration of the most recent self-test with a negative result is required, which they have carried out in the context of protection measures set by NPHO for students and the entire school community. Alternatively, students can participate in the programs by presenting a valid certificate of recovery or certificate of vaccination. Teacher participation requires the demonstration of a valid vaccination certificate or recovery certificate, or a rapid test with a negative result (up to 48 hours).
SNFCC school programs can be adapted for special education classes. Prior arrangement is required via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
All school programs of the SNFCC were designed, implemented and are provided free of charge, thanks to a grant by the Stavros Niarchos Foundation.