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Transformations or Basic Rules for Surviving the Future

Transformations or Basic Rules for Surviving the Future

Agios Ioannis, Pilion Greece, 26/8-1/9/2018. Georgina Kakoudaki, Sonia Mologousi, Iro Potamousi

YOUNG THEATRE VOICES 2018
A workshop for young people aged 18-24
Transformations or Basic Rules for Surviving the Future
Georgina Kakoudaki
– theatre theorist, theatre director,  
Sonia Mologousi - theatre theorist, theatre/drama practitioner,  
Iro Potamousi
– sociologist, theatre/drama practitioner

Theatre Summer Camp – Pilio 2018, Greece
26/8-1/9/2018, Agios Ioannis Beach Pilio Greece
Hellenic Theatre/Drama & Education Network
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www.TheatroEdu.gr)

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YOUNG THEATRE VOICES 2018
language: english

A workshop for young people aged 18-24

'Transformations or Basic Rules for Surviving the Future"

Georgina Kakoudaki – theatre theorist, theatre director,  Sonia Mologousi - theatre theorist, theatre/drama practitioner,  Iro Potamousi – sociologist, theatre/drama practitioner


How do I perceive myself in relation to the environment in which I move and exist in? Which mental processes are the stimuli I receive daily and how can I transfuse them and transform them through Theater and Arts? What is the basic function of the concept of change and what is the role of an active citizen in today’s society? As we are daily surrounded by constant change and inevitable decay, how do we manage to maintain the hope of becoming the masters of the continually evolving challenges? A workshop for young people aged 18-23, aiming to envision, through imagination and theater, the present and the future of ourselves and our world. The workshop will explore the environment in the different camp sites, as well as the desires and suggestions of the group in order to explore and perhaps make visible the pluralistic content of reality and its transformations.

In the workshop, various techniques of theater/drama and experiential learning will be utilized on the basis of specific myths from the poetic work of Ovidius Metamorphoses (Transformations), as well as other original texts that will help us decode our intentions and possibilities for an active , creative and optimistic voice of the future.

 

 Georgina Kakoudaki is a theatre theorist and director. Since 2009, she’s been directing youth theatre performances such as Vivid Film/After the foam (devised), Jack Thorne’s Burying your brother in the pavement, Αristophanes’ The birds, Shakespeare’s  Midsummer Night’s Dream, Goethe’s Faust, Sophocles’ Antigone, Aristophanes’ The clouds, Euripides Eleni, (October 2018, at the Neos Kosmos Theatre and high schools in and around Athens). Georgina has also collaborated with over 30 theatre and dance companies as a dramaturg. She’s taught Teaching Theatre at the Theatre Studies Department of the University of Patras, Theatre Puppetry in Kindergarten at the Department of Early Childhood Education in Volos (University of Thessaly) and at the early childhood educators school at University of Athens. She’s also taught drama and theatre education at the Gerakas Arts High School, at the Second Chance School of the Korydallos Prison, numerous public organizations specializing in educating adults and in international theatre in education programmes (including the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees collaboration with the Hellenic Theatre/Drama & Education Network (TENet-Gr)  programme specializing in refugees in Greece).Georgina has taught film dramaturgy and aesthetics at the AKMI IEK school (2006-2011), a number of educational organizations and has been a part of the Pitching Lab advising team of the International Short Film Festival in Drama. Currently she teaches Theatre History and Dramaturgy at the Athens Conservatoire Drama School and the Praxi Epta drama school. She’s led experiential theatre workshops at academic theatre festivals in Belgium, Lithuania, Belarus, Poland, Germany, Egypt, Mexico, Great Britain, etc. She was head of the National Theatre of Greece Library and Archive (1997-2004). She co-wrote the books: Theatre and Theatre in Education (IDEKE 2007) and Paths of Experiential Learning (Kedros publications 2011). Georgina has also written the Arts Schools Students’ Coursebook specializing in Theatre Directing and Film Directing/Film Aesthetics (IEP 2015) and organized a large number of New Artists festivals alongside a series of organizations and theatres in Greece. Since April 2016, she is the Head consultant of Educational Programmes of the Athens and Epidaurus Festival. 

 Sonia Mologousi  is a theatre theorist and drama practitioner, graduate of the Department of Theater Studies of the University of Patras and the University of Warwick in the UK, where she completed her postgraduate studies on Drama/Theatre in Education. She has volunteered with groups of children and young people in Greece (Hellenic Children's Museum, Life Roads) and abroad. She has also attended seminars on various dramatic techniques, Puppet Theatre and drama/theatre in education. She was a member of the Board of Directors of the Hellenic Theatre/Drama & Education Network (TENet- Gr, 2011-2014). As a drama pedagogue, she has been working in municipalities and primary schools since 2008 and has also facilitated workshops for children, teenagers, adults and teachers in collaboration with several Environmental Education Centres in Greece, the British Council, the 2nd Second Chance School of Korydallos Prison,  as well as TENet- Gr and the UN High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) as part of the project " It could be me; it could be you; A Human Rights and Refugee Awareness Project ".

 Iro Potamousi is a sociologist and drama practitioner. She is a graduate of the Department of Sociology of the Panteion University. She completed her postgraduate studies on Drama/Theatre in Education at the University of Warwick in the UK, where she focused her research on TiE programmes. She is currently a PhD candidate at the University of the Aegean. She has attended and has been trained in educational programs in Greece and abroad in the thematic modules of Team Dynamics and Operation, Communication, Leadership and Motivation. She was a member of the Board of Directors of the Hellenic Theatre/Drama & Education Network – (TENet – Gr, 2008-2011). She has been working as a sociologist at a secondary school since 2015. Since 2008, she has been involved in the creation and design of educational follow up material for professional teenage plays. As a theatre/drama practitioner, she has facilitated workshops for children, adolescents and teachers and has participated in educational projects that address social issues through theatre/drama  in collaboration with various organisations in Greece (University of Athens, NGO Ance, TENet-GR, UN High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR), Council of Europe ect.) and abroad (Liverpool Institute of the Performing Arts, University of Warwick).

 

 

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