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The colors of the world - for children between 3-5 years, January 11 - June 28, 2014

The colors of the world - for children between 3-5 years, January 11 - June 28, 2014

The colors of the world - for children between 3 - 5 years, January 11 - June 28, 2014

Time schedule

January 11 - February 8, 2014 - 5 sessions
every Saturday - 10am - 11am
February 15 - March 15, 2014 - 5 sessions
every Saturday - 10am - 11am
March 22 - April 12, 2014 - 4 meetings
every Saturday - 10am - 11am
April 26 - May 24, 2014 - 5 sessions
every Saturday - 10am - 11am
May 31 - June 28, 2014 - 5 sessions
every Saturday - 10am - 11am

Artistic programs

1. Visual art sessions for children
Plastic art - training object and recreational medium

Objectives

1. Learning through creative techniques of elements related to the area of ​​science.
2. Familiarizing 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.

Human evolution - drawing and painting sessions

January 11 - February 8, 2014 - 5 sessions
Every Saturday - 10am - 11am

In this module we study the evolution of man from prehistoric man and his main occupation - hunting. The history of the primitive man is closely related to the rock painting, here the first signs of activity and the first representations of the animals appear.

Theme 1: The first tools and the rock painting
Theme 2: The human race
Topic 3: Dress up if you could
Theme 4: Man and animal - hunting and survival

Due to weather conditions, this Theme will not be done! Those who have paid the whole module have the opportunity to participate, for free, at one of the sessions of the next module.
Theme 5: PIGMEII - the little ones of the African tropical forests

Deep life - drawing and painting sessions

February 15 - March 15, 2014 - 5 sessions
Every Saturday - 10am - 11am

This spectacular journey into the depths of the oceans is an exploration of a world populated by the most interesting living. Jellyfish, whales, abyssal fish will tell us of their secrets.

Theme 1: Special mammals - Whale and Dolphin
Theme 2: Jellyfish - Variety of shapes and colors.
Theme 3: Light signals - Squid, polychaete and abyssal fish
Theme 4: Documentary sheet - Sea sponges, shells, corals.
Theme 5: High quality - a devoted father

Details of nature - drawing and painting sessions

March 22 - April 12, 2014 - 4 meetings
Every Saturday - 10am - 11am

The beauties of nature, the harmony of the shapes and colors painted by the Universe. This symphony of nature hides the perfect symmetry, carved forms, elements created as if by a perfectly thematic calculation. The details have attracted our attention and we will study them to find out why nature is so beautiful.
Theme 1: KUDU antelope - the portrait of the male with twisted horns.
Theme 2: Flower and Bird of Paradise.
Theme 3: Composition with insects - macro study.
Theme 4: Easter Workshop - Rabbit.

Habitat types - drawing and painting sessions

April 26 - May 24, 2014 - 5 sessions
Every Saturday - 10am - 11am

In this module the children will learn what the living conditions of some special beings are and how the territories inhabited by them look like. Bees, scorpions, parrots and even the Dodo bird (extinct species) - about these and not only we will find the most interesting information!

Theme 1: Salcami forest and bees
Theme 2: Desert and Scorpions
Theme 3: Cave and bats
Theme 4: Amazonian forest and exotic trills
Theme 5: Animals missing from the habitat.

Strong animals - drawing and painting sessions

May 31 - June 28, 2014 - 5 sessions
Every Saturday - 10am - 11am

They are creatures capable of lifting or carrying heavier prey up to four times their own weight. It is also the case of the crowned eagle that surprises us with this rare ability. Or a gorilla that can lift up to ten times the weight of one's body.

Theme 1: Elephants and lions - representatives of Africa
Theme 2: The crowned African eagle and the weasels with weight.
Theme 3: Tiger portrait - elegance of a wild creature.
Theme 4: Zebra and boron - a species of bison and a missing cattle.
Theme 5: The grizzly bear and the gorilla - the hidden giants of the forests.

Information about modules

For information and registration - [email protected], phone 021.305.60.31

The subscription fee is 200 ron (5 sessions) or 50 ron (one session). Participation costs are paid in full at the Museum at least three days before the start of the chosen module. For the registration of two brothers in the same module, the fee is 180 ron / child / module.

For the registration of a child in 3 modules the fee is 180 ron / module in case of full payment of the advance tax.

The working materials are included in the tax.

The sessions take 1 hour and are structured as 5 sessions / module.

The group will have a maximum of 15 participants. Children age 3 to 5 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 who wish to continue have the opportunity to purchase another module of 5 sessions.

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