Reggio Children webinar five – Speakers information

Reggio Children webinar five – Speakers information

This webinar series is part of The Reggio Children Project 2023, funded by National Pyjama Day, and I am pleased to announce that booking for the fifth session A Mosaic of Marks, Words, and Materials is now open.

This exciting and interactive webinar is going to be a bit different to the previous sessions. It will take the form of a live stream from an atelier. To enable the maximum amount of interaction and participation, the session will be run in two smaller groups. Members and their educators can choose to attend on either evening.

To enable educators to fully engage in this webinar, which will be an exploration of drawings, words, and mental imagery, we encourage you to gather some intriguing materials and tools in advance. You can easily find these materials at home. Through the art of drawing and storytelling, you will embark on an extraordinary journey of imagination, encompassing spaces, shapes, colours, words, metaphors, emotions and rhythms. To create an interactive environment, we recommend setting up a dedicated worktable, tilting your computer screen, and finding a quiet space. We will email more details about how you can immerse yourself in this experience beforehand to enhance your engagement. Don’t miss out on this immersive atelier experience from the comfort of your own setting or home!

 

Date: Tuesday, 23 January OR Wednesday, 24 January 2024

Time: 6pm to 8pm, online

Theme: The Live Atelier: A Mosaic of Marks, Words and Materials

Speakers: Lorella Trancossi, Pedagogista, and Sabrina Casadei, Atelierista with a translator

Photograph of webinar speaker Lorella Trancossi, Pedagogista

After graduating from the University of Parma in 1987, Lorella worked as a pedagogical coordinator for the project of the Educational Documentation and Research Centre of the Preschools and Infant-toddler Centres – Istituzione of the Municipality of Reggio Emilia. She moved to Reggio Children in 2007, initially coordinating exhibitions, publishing and ateliers and since 2014 coordinating and supervising the Ateliers at the Loris Malaguzzi International Centre. She conducts professional development initiatives at Reggio Children welcoming groups from all over the world and she also co-edits publications by Reggio Children.

 

Photograph of webinar speaker Sabrina Casadei, Atelierista

In 2009 Sabrina graduated from the Academy of Fine Arts in Rome. She moved to Berlin for several years taking part in further study at UDk, Universität der Künste Berlin. She regularly collaborates with art galleries, displaying in national and international exhibitions and fairs. She was a teacher and trainer at the Fondazione Smart Polo per l’Arte in Rome, coordinating several workshops for adults and children and taught several courses as a guest artist in the painting department at the Academy of Fine Arts in Rome. Along with her profession as an artist, since 2020 Sabrina has been an atelierista for Reggio Children at the Loris Malaguzzi International Centre in Reggio Emilia, where she is responsible for conducting and designing city ateliers.

 

These webinars are FREE to both members and their educators. Sessions are not recorded.

 

To book your place now, please click here>>>

 

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