Brave Kids Rumunia

Brave Kids Rumunia

for the first time in Bucharest. 

After an inauguration of this year’s Brave Kids edition which in May - July hosted young artists form all over the world - in Ukraine for the first time, afterwards in 8 Polish cities, then a premiere edition in Tbilisi, Georgia, and, eventually, for the first time, Brave Kids is taking place in Bucharest. From 16 August the capital of Romania will host young artists form 5 countries: faraway Iran, neighboring city of Ruse in Bulgaria, nearby Moldova, as well as a group from Poland and a local Romanian group led be the association MiniArtShow. Thanks to the great enthusiasm, engagement and fantastic organization of Corina Munteanu and Ioana Ginghina from the MiniArtShow, the first edition of the Brave Kids project in this exciting and beautiful city is possible.

After an inauguration of this year’s Brave Kids edition which in May - July hosted young artists form all over the world - in Ukraine for the first time, afterwards in 8 Polish cities, then a premiere edition in Tbilisi, Georgia, and, eventually, for the first time, Brave Kids is taking place in Bucharest. From 16 August the capital of Romania will host young artists form 5 countries: faraway Iran, neighboring city of Ruse in Bulgaria, nearby Moldova, as well as a group from Poland and a local Romanian group led be the association MiniArtShow. Thanks to the great enthusiasm, engagement and fantastic organization of Corina Munteanu and Ioana Ginghina from the MiniArtShow, the first edition of the Brave Kids project in this exciting and beautiful city is possible.

The program of the Brave Kids Romania starts on 17 August in the Finnish School with an integration and presentation of the short performances prepared by each group. The event will be followed by an evening picnic in the IOR park. In the same park, on 25 August at 6 pm, the groups will present their common final performance.

The Brave Kids project is based on the „kids teach kids” model when participants are free to decide themselves the form and content of their common performance, as well as share their skills and talents with others. In Romania the groups will be artistically guided by Ioana Ginghina, Ewa Hubar and Agnieszka Ćwieląg.

The leaders of the five groups from different countries will also jointly lead workshops for local groups and host families kids. The results of their work will be presented together with the final Brave Kids show.

The pilot Brave Kids Romania edition Is possible thanks to the financial support of Creative Europe, a European Union funding program, with the participation of the main Brave Kids organizers Song of the Goat Theatre Association (Wrocław, Poland) and other partners from Georgia, Slovakia, Romania and Ukraine. The project is also supported by many local partners.


MiniArtShow by Ioana Ginghina Association was created as an alternative form of education for children of all ages and backgrounds. The company uses art (mainly theatre) as a form of expression, personal development and integration in society. Employing an educational strategy built on engaging and fun activities, the company hopes to develop children’s attention and creativity, encouraging a spirit of participation. This ’disciplinary fun’, where rigor and freedom walk side by side, helps to promote values of trust and respect for the other’s contribution, encouraging children to express themselves.

TEAM

Corina Munteanu - City Coordinator
Agnieszka Ćwieląg - Artistic Instructor & Support
Ionana Ginghina –Artistic Instructor
Ilona Krawczyk– Artistic Instructor


 

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