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7-10 anni

Design and animation in stop-motion.
This course balances the use of digital tools with creative and manual dexterity.
It sets out to build collaboration and commitment to a communal project, in which different responsibilities are required of each participant. Thanks to the accessibility of technological tools like the Ipad, children develop easily the design and form of their ideas. The creation of a simple character with modelling clay can then be animated with a series of successive shots, using the technique of stop-motion.
Children have many opportunities to play and work with paper and pencil, and to produce sculptures with modelling clay. At the end they use a camera to create a sequence of photos, and from these static images an illusion of movement in small steps is created. Given the strong attraction to photos and images at this age, the teachers assist them in “reclaiming reality”, and acknowledging comparisons between their digital and tangible creations. Simple applications will be used to apply different filters and effects that enhance the imaginative capability of their finished pieces.
In conclusion, the children will present their creations like a story and at the same time learn to share with each other, with a simple “bumb” (shock) from the Ipad.

Applications Used: Google Images, Google Art Project, Pic Collage, Cool Camera, Vocal Registration, Bumb
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3:00-5:00 PM
12 children - 1 iPad each

30 euros - Free for members with Guggenheim Family Card.

11-14 anni

We make a film! [Book now]

Booking:

Children 30 euro for all workshops.
20 children.

Guggenheim Family Card members: free.

Booking open from December 11 >>

Booking open from December 6 for the Guggenheim Family Card members >>

In this course, kids assume the role of the creator, director, and actor. From the first meeting they divide into groups and start online work to produce a script that is turned into an animated cartoon. Using an application for the Ipad called iBrainstorm, they have a short time to create a preview of their stories before shooting starts. This method helps them learn the importance of working and collaborating with each other and also of sharing responsibilities and roles within a group setting. The participants create a small production in stop-motion with fun LEGO characters, that seem to move and act on their own, just like real “animated cartoons”. Furthermore, kids will be introduced to concepts of storytelling and photography.
When their creations are finished, the “mini-directors” have their 15 minutes of fame, and exhibit their masterpieces. The short films will be projected onto the wall in grand style, just like a Hollywood film premiere. They will have an additional possibility to show off their talent with the creation of an e-book.
At the end everyone will be able to share their works with friends and family outside of the Guggenheim.

Applications: Creative Book Builder, Gmail, WeTransfer, Google, Wikipedia, iBrainstorm, YouTube

4:00-6:00 PM
20 children - 1 iPad each

30 euros - Free for members with Guggenheim Family Card.

adulti

Social Networks: Why? [Book now]

Booking:

Adults February 18: 10 euro.
Limited places.

Guggenheim Family Card members: free.

Booking open from December 11 >>

Booking open from December 6 for the Guggenheim Family Card members >>

What are the digital rules of communication that have been developed by young people today?
We understand as grandparents and parents that we must understand the current digital world in order to communicate better with our children. We take a trip through the Web 2.0, discovering the phenomenon of the “social network” and ending with advice on how best to approach children through this medium.
This will also help us better understand the interests and language of the young generation.

8:00-10:00 PM
10 euros - Free for members with Guggenheim Family Card.

adulti

Are we dis-connected? [Book now]

Booking:

Peggy Guggenheim Collection, library.
8-10 PM
30 euro - Free for members.
Limited places.
Book now
tel. +39 041 2405440/412

In the digital age of virtual communication, we need to explore and enhance our knowledge of relationships. Marianella Sclavi, mediator of participatory processes, writer and scholar of the art of listening and creative conflict management, former professor of Urban Ethnography at the Milan Polytechnic, also collaborating with the Consensus Building Institute, MIT, Boston, will accompany participants towards a greater awareness of the self in relationships with others. Four meetings to investigate connections that will expand personal and collective creativity.

Monday, March 4
The Beauty of Multiplicity
Listening as a multiplier of options in everyday life. Workshop of social creativity by Marianella Sclavi.

Monday, March 18
Order, Chaos and Collective Intelligence
One hour about Open Space Technology and one hour about “How this is possible.”
The OST methodology allows to hold particularly inspired and productive workshops and meetings in any organization.
Workshop by Gerardo De Luzenberger, facilitator of organizational change, founder of Genius Loci.

Monday, April 8
The Importance of a Positive View
Workshop by Emilio Vergani, consultant and educator, author of Costruire Visioni. Fare il mondo come dovrebbe essere, Rome: Exòrma, 2012.

Monday, April 22
Lost in Prato (The Chinese! The Chinese!)
A simulation on how to live together.
Workshop by Cristina Pezzoli, director and teacher of performing arts, and Letizia Russo, playwright and writer. With the participation of the actors, Shi Yang Shi, Francesca Farcomeni, Elena Vanni and Noemi Parroni.

8:00-10:00 PM
30 euros - Free for members

family cardPer iscrizioni:
Collezione Peggy Guggenheim
Dorsoduro 701
30123 - Venice




membership@guggenheim-venice.it

tel. +39 041 2405440/412

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garage san marco
in partnership with
digital accademia - bigrock

 
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