After School Art
After School Art is a fun chance for budding creative minds to come and practice their art skills as we explore different artistic media and techniques while also learning about some of the worlds most well-known artists.
- Teacher: Mr Ian Karell
- Time: Mondays 15:30-16:30
- Group: Primary 1-5
- 23€/ month – Primary
- Extra fee of 20€ is required at the beginning of the course to cover the cost of materials.
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Ceramic classes are the ideal environment for children to explore their creativity while problem-solving. The 3D nature of clay will allow them to focus on structure, shapes and forms and adapt to change along the way. Children will be encouraged to explore the wonders of clay and will experiment with a variety of building techniques.
My name is Heidi Sibul, I love the creativity and the endless possibilities what working with clay offers. Have been discovering the world of ceramics around 10 years. I have a degree from Tallinn University, I graduated from the field of Natural Sciences – speciality Teacher of Science. Last year I graduated from Olustvere School of Service and Rural Economics – Ceramics speciality. I’m a mother of four kids.
- Teacher: Ms Heidi Sibul
Thursday 16:15-17:00 (Nursery)
Thursday 15:30-16:15 (Primary)
- Price: 34,5 € / month
- Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
Video & Cinema
Short film represents a form of storytelling that can deliver a message, as any other form of communication. It is also, a form of art that borrows elements from disciplines including acting, human resource management, creative writing, visual arts, animation, covering the different stages of movie making from casting, directing, filming (photography), producing, editing and delivering the final product.
The participants in “Video and Cinema” are invited to explore different stages of filmmaking presented in an easy way, adapted to young students. In the end they will have the chance to produce a 3’ Sort film or animation applying the knowledge and the skills that they gained in classroom.
The short film club is led by Hanna Geara, holder of a Masters degree in Social communication and art.
- Teacher: Mr Hanna Geara
- Group: Secondary
- Time: Friday 15:50-16:50
- Price: 23 € / month
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Circus opens up the world of sports to a whole new group of students looking for fun, inclusive, physical activity. The skills learned help us develop patience and persistence. It stimulates imagination and higher order problem solving, by allowing you to explore all the ‘trick’ possibilities of each individual prop. Everything else is just practice.
Circus skills improve ambidexterity, hand-eye co-ordination, depth perception, peripheral vision, neuromuscular balance, quickness under pressure, focus and concentration.
It also improves self-esteem, self-confidence and creates a sense of achievement.
Basic skills can be learned very quickly and most people will find that they can do something that they previously thought ‘impossible’. Once the ‘impossible’ has been achieved, they then have a different outlook on life where suddenly things are much more achievable and within reach.
As circus skills are so wide and varied, just like people, you are bound to find one particular discipline that you enjoy more than others and will want to learn more about.
We’ll introduce skills such as juggling, diabolo, devil stick, plate spinning, object passing and basic acrobatics. The students will be encouraged to get a base level in all skills, with ample opportunity to pursue their favourite.
Circus Jam is a great way for students to keep active, make friends and to challenge their own boundaries.
Teacher, Dan, is an Australian circus and theatre trained performer and teacher. He’s been living in Estonia for the last 7 years and he :
- performs as Dan le Man (more than 1000 shows in more than 30 countries worldwide) www.dan-le-man.com
- manages Open Tsirkus Stage (which runs workshops, shows, festivals and events in the Baltics) www.opentsirkusstage.eu
- directs TaDaa! Festival (which is the Baltics largest street performance festival) www.tadaafestival.org
- and he also teaches at Tallinn University Summer/Winter School, Eesti Kunstiakadeemia and has run courses in the private sector. (He was also running the circus workshop at the Family Picnic Day on 30th August this year)
- Teacher: Dan le Man
- Time: Monday 16:30-17:30 (P2-P3)
Tuesday 16:00-17:00 (P4-S2)
- Price: 25€ /month
- Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
Design for Change
In the Design for Change club we learn how to apply design thinking to generate ideas and find creative solutions to issues that we care about here and today – in our school, on the street, in our community, in the city we live in. We feel, observe, discover, interpret and imagine, play and prototype, make and improve, and share our ideas. Learning by creating combined with real life challenges helps us grow more aware of our surroundings, develop empathy towards others, actively express our opinion and feel powerful enough to bring about the change we envision.
Design for Change activities will be facilitated by Vera Naydenova who graduated in Social Design: Arts as Urban Innovation from the University of Applied Arts Vienna.
- Groups and time:
- Primary: Wednesdays 16:00-17:00
- Price: 20€/month
10€ one-time fee for materials
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