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The colors of the world for children between 6-12 years (ed. 3, 2013), Antipa Museum

The colors of the world for children between 6-12 years (ed. 3, 2013), Antipa Museum

The colors of the world for children between 6-12 years (ed. 3, 2013), Antipa Museum

April 6 - June 22, 2013
Visual Art Sessions for Children
Plastic Art - Training and Recreational Object

Time schedule

April 6 - April 28, 2013 - 5 sessions
on the 6th, 13th, 20th, 27th and 28th April - 11:30 - 13:00
May 11 - June 22, 2013 - 7 sessions
every Saturday - 11:30 - 13:00

Objectives

1. Learning through creative techniques of elements related to the area of ​​science.
2. Familiarizing the participants with plastic language elements - Point, Line, Shape, Color, Painting Techniques. Developing the spirit of observation.
3. Understanding nature through direct contact with images, natural objects (didactic material), presentations supported by specialists (eg small lectures on didactic material, etc.). understanding of nature through the techniques specific to drawing and painting.
4. Developing creativity by stimulating creative imagination and aesthetic taste
5. Spend your free time in a creative way.

Colors of the World - Colored creatures

(drawing and painting sessions)
April 6 - April 28, 2013 - 5 sessions
on days 6, 13, 20, 27 and April 28, 11:30 - 13:00
Camouflage - do we correctly decipher what we observe in nature? You will be amazed! + other Easter surprises!
In order to deceive predators, certain animals, reptiles and even insects use a very clever defense strategy - camouflage!
Theme 1: Insect bat and lobster
Theme 2: The chameleon
Theme 3: Frog leaf
Theme 4: Decorative Model - a variety of chickens and flower species (Easter theme)
Theme 5: Rabbits - study the field rabbit (Easter theme)

Colors of the World - Beech forest

(drawing and painting sessions)
May 11 - June 22, 2013 - 7 sessions
every Saturday - 11:30 - 13:00
Forest - fauna and vegetation of beech forests
In this module we will study the forest - species of trees and shrubs, species of herbaceous plants, mosses, but also different species of animals and birds. This wild environment offers us an important source of oxygen and is fascinating through the universe it creates.
Theme 1: Poultry - hammer and hangman.
Theme 2: Wild cat.
Theme 3: Squirrel nest in shrubs: peanut.
Theme 4: Deer and brown bear.
Theme 5: Jderul - modeling
Theme 6: Herbaceous plants: fern, moss, bear honey (herbal medicine)
Theme 7: Phage landscape.

Information about modules

For a module of 5 sessions the fee is 200 ron, and a module of 7 sessions the fee is 280 ron (the participation costs are paid in full at the Antipa Museum at least three days before the start of the chosen module)

Registration: e-mail [email protected] The meeting takes 1 hour and is structured for 5 or 7 sessions / module. One module contains 5 or 7 sessions.

The group will have a maximum of 15 participants. Age of children 6 years - 12 years.
Professors of Agora Art Studio and specialists of the National Museum of Natural History "Grigore Antipa" will attend the sessions.
The children are brought to the classroom at 10:00 and are taken by the parents at 11:00.
Missed sessions do not recover.
The fee is not refunded after the start of the creative sessions.
Participants wishing to continue have the opportunity to purchase another module of 5 sessions or 7 sessions as the case may be.

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