For high-school students (seniors)
The architect Renzo Piano borrowed the ancient Greek term of Agora signifying a space of gathering where anyone can feel part of a community, and put it in action at the SNFCC. The SNFCC Agora is an open-air, gathering space of interaction and authentic experience.
The purpose of the educational program is to transmit this experience of the Agora to high school students during their visit viafour thematic units.
The workshops have the structure of either open discussion or synthesis workshop.
So, who did you say you are?
Privacy and Identity in the Digital Age
An immersive workshop that combines humor and imagination to present, in an easy-to-understand and fun way, issues about privacy, online identity and personal data protection in the digital age. The workshop is based on the comic book by Dimitris Grammenos and Anthi Strataki, GDPR and the Forty Thieves (Crete University Press - CUP), which won the 2021 Anagnostis Literary Award for Best Knowledge Book, and on the webinar of the same name that is available on CUP's educational platform, Mathesis, and has been attended by more than 4,500 people of all ages. The workshop aims to provide food for (creative) thought, as well as to offer an entertaining experience.
During the introduction to the workshop, a presentation will be held, titled “Take your personal data more… personally.” by the Hellenic Data Protection Authority.
Implementation: Dimitris Grammenos, Principal Researcher at the Foundation for Research and Technology - Hellas (FORTH) Institute of Computer Science (ICS); Anthi Strataki, Data Protection Officer (DPO) at the Institute of Computer Science (ICS); Dr. Konstantinos Limniotis & Dr. Efrosini Siougle, ICT Auditors at Hellenic Data Protection Authority.
The program is realized by the Stavros Niarchos Foundation Cultural Center (SNFCC) in cooperation with the Foundation for Research and Technology - Hellas (FORTH) Institute of Computer Science (ICS) and the Hellenic Data Protection Authority.
The workshop will take place on December 12 and 19, 2022.
Start time 09.30
An open discussion about disability
On the occasion of accessibility and open access to everyone that the SNFCC has committed to and through interactive and open dialogue, representatives of SKEP (Association of Social Responsibility for Children and Youth) with disability aim to change the perception of students around diversity with a simple and vivid way.
The purpose of this program is the familiarization of students with the concept of accessibility and the perception of school as a “place equality and socialization.
Design-Implementation: Association of Social Responsibility for Children and Youth (SKEP)
The workshop will take place on November 14, 22 & 28, 2022
Athens: A city, an ecosystem
In nature's ecosystems, a balance is maintained between the organisms that make them up and the energy used. What would the future Athens look like if we saw it as an urban ecosystem? Could it be fueled by the energy of its population? What if waste could be a new raw material?
The students, through a fast-paced design workshop, learn about the sustainable ecosystem of the SNFCC, about the sustainability practices followed worldwide and are invited to envision, design and build the model of the Athens ecosystem of the future.
Design: Andrianna Nassou, designer / Christina Nassou, educator
Implementation: Spyros Zygouros, teacher / Christina Tsinisizeli, visual artist
Every Wednesday at 9.30
All protective measures are observed at the SNFCC’s School Programs!
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Internet is an infinite world of knowledge, communication and entertainment. It offers countless opportunities, however hides some traps as well. Through interactive presentations, discussions, videos, games and interactive activities students become informed about the hazards, pinpoint their mistakes on web use and learn how to navigate safely, to search material of quality and build a proper digital presence. Special emphasis is given to the protection of personal data and the traps that online communication may hide.
Design-Implementation: Greek Aafer Internet Day ( Foundation for Research and Technology)
The educational program focuses on familiarizing teenagers with the process of music composition and interpretation, without previous relation with it.
Students, with the guidance of a musician spend a creative two-hour workshop in the music studios of the National Library of Greece composing their own music, discovering the history of Hip Hop music and its music origins and experimenting on basic music concepts. The school team will follow process of composing and producing a music piece (construct, orchestrating, recording, sound recording and production) issuing their own unique and collective piece.
Design-Implementation: Jeff Gonzalez, musician