Workshops for Kids · Bee topics linked with art, theater and nature games.
20. – 31. July 2020 Ökolaube Potsdam
Bees and humans. What can we learn from dancers, improvisation artists, honey makers, architects, guards and pilots? We will go on an expedition into the world of bees, visit their animal relatives and their surroundings. We will play a lot, do experiments, explore nature and produce art. Just as the bees do.
Art or Honey – Drawing, kneading and stop motion videos · with Beatrice Davies
Wild Flowers and Brummer – Exploring Insects and Wild Herbs · with Silke Schoppe
Waggle Dance – Theater, dance & play · with Sandy Schwermer
Bee free – Improv theater, games and flying · with Nicole Ratjen
Bee Maja privat – Visiting bees and building wild bee houses · with Patrick Lindhof
Workshop leader: Silke Meyer and specialists of the subject areas
The workshop is conducted in German.
The participation is free of charge. Registration is possible for all workshops, but also for single days only.
Age group: 6-14 years, max. 16 participants per workshop
Lunch: The lunch menu is vegetarian.
Venue: Ökolaube am Schlaatz, NABU Potsdam e.V., tram stop Bisamkiez, over the bridge of the Nuthe, immediately left the trail to the first garden.
Registration form (dt)
Registration: Fill out the registration form, sign it, take a picture and send it by email to: firstname.lastname@example.org or by mail to: Silke Meyer, Immanuelkirchstraße 30, 10405 Berlin
Questions & Info: Silke Meyer, email@example.com, 030-12097007 (Mon-Fri 10-12 o’clock)
SUMM-BieneKunstKultur is a cooperation of Tafel Potsdam, NABU Potsdam and Children’s Club “Unser Haus”.
A project in the program “Tafel macht Kultur” funded by the Federal Ministry of Education and Research within the framework of “Kultur macht Stark. Alliances for education”
Ökolaube Potsdam (2018 & 2019), Ökogarten Quedlinburg (2019) · other specialists who have enriched SUMM: Sandra Grosset, Tobias Schröder, Angelika Sust and Tobias Stute and the assistants Janik Minister & Ashat Soltakhanova
Photos: Oliver Vaccaro