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“Die Zauberflöte – Magic Flute” (Music Instrument Workshop) – Cooperate with Kinderunikunst 2018 Summer Programme

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“Die Zauberflöte – Magic Flute” (Music Instrument Workshop) – Cooperate with Kinderunikunst 2018 Summer Programme

By cooperating with Kinderunikunst, we two, ( Violet Dahyun Kim, Pavel Naydenov) conducted a music instrument workshop with children.  This programme was aiming to help children to design and build their own music instrument by using recycling materials such as paper box, plastic garbage, leftovers from last workshops.

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First, we let them to sketch their ideas on paper and talk about what they want to play with this instrument and how possibly they could play with them.

Many of them were using strings and wooden beads in order to make string instruments and maracas.

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In the end of the day, they could put their instrument all together and make a presentation in front of everyone, how they developed their sketch to final products and what their instruments sound like.

Some of the children even wrote poetic – blueprint.

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The age of children were quite dynamic, some of them were under 10, some were over 12. Most of them are not only focusing on music fuction, but also on diverse multiple fuctions like screening films, decoration, moreover transportation fuctions.

Their small exhibition took a place at the corner of Social Design Studio, for two days.

Workshop by Violet Dahyun Kim, Pavel Naydenov

Supported by Kinderuni Kunst Wien, Social Design – Arts as Urban Innovation, Die Angewandtde.

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“Heldinnen & Helden” (Shadow play) – Cooperate with Kinderunikunst 2017 Summer Programme

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“Heldinnen & Helden” (Shadow play) – Cooperate with Kinderunikunst 2017 Summer Programme

By cooperating with Kinderunikunst, we three ( Violet Dahyun Kim, Que Chi Trinh, Michel Gölz) conducted an workshop with children. As the title showed, this workshop was for the shadow play.  The shadow play was performed and created by the children who were attending this workshop. They were divided into 3 different groups to build their own story and make the stage, paper dolls and the rest of decorations for the shadow play.

 

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The 1st day, children performed the shadow play with the paper dolls and decorations which were designed and made by themselves. Their story for the shadow play was built by one child in each group who took the role as a theater author. So they divided their tasks themselves and kept their roles. It was really interesting to see how do they discuss and seperate their jobs.

 

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The 2nd day, we asked them to use their body to perform shadow play. And we invited their parents to show the shadow play which prepared by their kids. They discussed themselves how to develope the stories and body movement for the shadow play and they practice with the lights enthusiastically.

When their parents arrived, they performed their own shadow play. Even some groups were very eager to show the 1st day’s shadow play after they performed body shadow play.

Supported by Kinderuni Kunst Wien, Social Design – Arts as Urban Innovation, Die Angewandtde