The winter holidays are over, they have left behind interesting packages and boxes of all kinds, but don't throw them away! "Creativity does not mean finding something, but doing something of it after you have found it," said one American essayist.
So, if you want to stimulate the creativity of the little one and the ability to create an object on your own, you are expected at the TinArt Club, on January 21, starting at 6 pm, at the recycled art workshop organized by teacher-coordinator Loredana Stanease.
Participation is free, within the limits of available places, and is done by e-mail (with information such as: first and last name, phone number and child's age) at [email protected]
The workshop is based on manual work, with the aim of developing inventive thinking and artistic vision of children, but also to teach them about social responsibility and the importance of protecting the environment. Parents and juniors will bring from home 3 items: a bulb, a few corks (from wine bottles, champagne), a 1 L plastic bottle (from juices), will work together with recyclable shapes, colors and materials to discover how the "throw away" object becomes useful, thus lowering the limits of the imagination through unconventional thinking.
All the objects made by the juniors on the occasion of this event will be presented in an exhibition organized later, in a famous shopping center, in the capital.
The free participation takes place according to the details above, by e-mail to [email protected] and a confirmation answer from the organizers until January 20 a.c. A large variety of courses for children between 6 and 14 years old are organized at TinArt Club, in a central location, right at the exit of the Victoriei Square (Iancu de Hunedoara Boulevard no.2, bl H6, sc. 1 , et.2, ap. 6, sector 1, Bucharest).
These include: piano, guitar, violin, singing, small entrepreneur, foreign languages, fine arts, recycled art, theater, personal development, good manners, small programmer, small driver, chess, swimming, karate, dance, ballet etc.
More details: www.tinart.ro or Facebook.com/Tinart
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