Duration: Six (6) virtual workshops to be scheduled between March and May (1 hour per workshop)
Maximum number of participants: 25-30 students
Offered to students in class only (teacher must be present)
Offered in French only
This winter, you and your students could experience a virtual intergalactic adventure aboard the Sayanora, under the watchful eye of artist Marie-Ève Fontaine, alias Capitaine Roquette. Over the course of six (6) interactive virtual workshops, you can expect to consolidate your team of explorers, to make special-spatial discoveries and to go in search of new habitable planets !
Explore the power of your imagination
Discover different forms of art and expression
Create alone and in a group
Getting to know each other, to collaborate
For who ?
For teachers and their students, from the 3rd to the 6th grade of elementary school.
On which platform?
Zoom or Teams (* the presence and participation of the teacher is mandatory during the workshops)
Schedule to be planned
Mid-February: Preparatory meeting
March-April: 6 in-class workshops with the artist (to be included in the student timetable).
End of April: Deployment of the project throughout the school.
NOTE: A financial contribution of $ 900, covering the artist's animation fee, will be requested from each participating school.
Space is limited—book now! For more info, contact Véronique Lavoie-Marcus, Coordinator of Youth Programs, NAC French Theatre.
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The NAC Foundation would like to acknowledge the generous support from the Leacross Foundation, Friends of the NAC Orchestra, A Donor-Advised Fund at the Community Foundation of Ottawa, The Janice and Earle O’Born Fund for Excellence in the Performing Arts, Grant and Alice Burton, and the donors and sponsors of the NAC’s National Youth and Education Trust, the primary resource for youth and education funding at the National Arts Centre.