Want to celebrate Carnaval in style but are weighed down by having not used protection?
Fear not — atelier Hangar got you covered.
Here’s what they say about this three-day workshop for your littluns:
“We will develop and create a ‘Mini-Hangar’ Carnival Parade. We will do all the creative process to create a very happy, inspiring, and fun parade!
Each day, we will work on different stages for the parade to happen. We will do props, masks, costumes, physical activities, theatrical games, etc. We will utilize and explore different materials, recycled materials, improvised and transformed accessories.
– Creation of objects and props
– Creative process
– Body expression
– Theatrical games
– Costumes and scenography
– Carnival as street play (intervention and demonstration)
Date: February 24, 25 and 26, 2020 (Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday).
Time: 9:00 am to 5:00 pm.
Target audience: 5 to 12 years old.
Conception and orientation: Natalia Greco (see below).
Number of children: minimum 5 and maximum 12
Location: MINI-HANGAR, Rua Damasceno Monteiro, 12 (Graça).
3 days: 75€ / child – Online Registration.
1 day: 25€ / child – Online Registration.
½ day: 15€ / child – Online Registration.
Includes materials and personal accident insurance.
20% discount for brothers.
20% discount for members.
Food not given (it’s the responsibility of the parents to provide the morning snack, lunch, and afternoon snack).
Mini-Hangar is in charge of giving treats but also reserves the right not to carry out the activity if the minimum number of registrations is not filled.
ABOUT THE HOST:
Natalia Grego is an artist born and raised in São Paulo, Brazil, where she concluded in 2009 the visual arts course at the Faculty of Fine Arts. Currently, she is living in Lisbony. At the beginning of her career, she worked with and inspired activities such as circus, yoga, and dance – activities in which she performs until today. Meanwhile, the language of graffiti and street art invaded her life. She had an intense experience with scenography and art directing. She has worked in Brazil, Argentina and here in Lisbon, with dance performances, theater, cinema, concerts, and festivals. Currently, she is an Art Educator and develops creativity classes through visual arts and physical activities (circus acrobatics and yoga).”
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