Ιδέες στη Σχολική Τάξη: Διαδικτυακά εργαστήρια για εκπαιδευτικούς - Εικόνα

The SNFCC’s School Programs travel to the classroom and invite school teachers to learn, explore and try out innovative ideas and landmark concepts from the field of art, sustainability and public space.

Through short (40 min) online sessions for primary and secondary school teachers, we will present simple, small-scale activities for the classroom, and provide the necessary educational materials that participants can utilize in their classrooms after the session. 

The sessions and educational materials are provided free of charge, thanks to a grant by the Stavros Niarchos Foundation. 

The following programs are independent and not part of a workshops' series.

 

Art in the Classroom: The upcycling concept - for Primary School teachers.

In what way can we use everyday materials to make art? What is the connection between upcycling and the movements of Dadaism, Neorealism and Arte Povera? Do you know about the César Awards’ sculpture trophy? What was the exhibit on display that Lennon took a bite of, in an exhibition in London? Since when recyclable materials get on display in museums? And how conceptual art of today, by sticking a banana to a wall, becomes an idea?

Students are asked to observe the objects around them and change their daily routines, by getting to know the challenge of recycling in classroom! Getting on the role of a hunter of objects, images, words and everyday materials, students create their own sculptures, poems, models, ephemeral works of art, to convey their ideas and meanings in the classroom.

Design - Implementation: Christina Tsinisizeli, Artist
Coordinator: Evi Kaisari, SNFCC's School Visits Program Officer 

Online session will be held 2 time slots:
Thursday February 25 at 18:30 
Thursday March 4 at 18:30 

Via Zoom

Participation is free by online pre-registration
Pre-registrations start on Thursday 18/02 and Thursday 25/02 at 12.00, respectively.

The link to the zoom meeting will be sent via schools@snfcc.org

For group bookings by primary or secondary education organizations or schools, please contact us by email at schools@snfcc.org

 

 

Art in the Classroom: The various Faces of the Hero: a quest on the duel of Achilles and Hector in rhapsody X of the Iliad.

What does Achilles have in common with Superman? Would Pilidis ever kill Hector from behind? In which era would the depiction of Hector's death become the subject of a wallpaper? Which of the two Homeric heroes does the modern reader mostly compare himself with and why?

Rhapsody X of the Iliad unfolds the most important duel of the Homeric epic poems between Achilles and Hector.

Teachers and students are invited through examples of works of modern art and literature, to draw inspiration from this duel; explore their perceptions on the idea of heroism and observe how this idea changes over time. Students approach the heroes of the Iliad in a different way, by developing their critical ability and engaging in experiential activities, in order to get their creativity and imagination activated.

Design - Implementation: Maria Tsonona, Educator
Coordinator: Evi Kaisari, SNFCC's School Visits Program Officer 

Online session will be held 2 time slots:
Thursday February 18 at 19:00 
Thursday March 11 at 19:00 

Via Zoom

Participation is free by online pre-registration
Pre-registrations start on Thursday 11/02 and Thursday 04/03 at 12.00, respectively.

The link to the zoom meeting will be sent via schools@snfcc.org

For group bookings by primary or secondary education organizations or schools, please contact us by email at schools@snfcc.org

 

 

January - February workshops

  • Sustainability in the Classroom: Recycling in class - for Primary School teachers | Thursday January 21 & Thursday February 04 at 18:30 
  • Sustainability in the Classroom: Learning from Collections - for Primary School teachers | Thursday January 28 & Thursday February 11 at 18:30 

December workshops

  • Art in the Classroom: The upcycling concept - for Primary School teachers | Wednesday December 16 at 18:30
  • Sustainability in the Classroom: Learning from Collections - for Primary School teachers | Thursday December 17 at 18:30 

November workshops

  • Art in the Classroom: The upcycling concept - for Primary School teachers | Saturday November 21 at 11.00
  • Art in the Classroom: A journey through comics (aka the 9th Art) - for Secondary School teachers | Saturday November 14 at 11.00