Puppetry and music workshop
Someday, far in the future, humankind does not exist anymore. On Earth, a new civilisation emerges from its remains. From plastic waste in the sea, new intelligent beings evolve, the Plastonians. When they become aware of themselves, they turn to the past, begin to explore it and try to understand how they were created. Among the archaeological remains, they discover a golden CD with the most beautiful melodies created by humans. They try to recreate them.
Plastonians is an ecological science fiction story that with the help of music and puppets takes us into the lives of these unusual creatures from the future. Through their eyes, we look back at the time we humans are living right now and the destiny that awaits us.
Children will create together with artists. In the workshops, they will first make original Plastonian instruments from recycled materials, and then they will learn to play some well-known folk tunes.
The workshops will take place from 24th to 28th August and are intended for children above five years of age and adolescents. Also, adults, parents, educators and other artists can attend workshops.
The workshop will conclude with the production on Friday, August 28th, at 17:00 in front of LGM.
The Plastonian puppet and music ensemble, which will bring together musicians and participants of the workshops, will perform at the final musical performance and remind us why we need to take care of the world we live in.
The number of participants at the workshop is limited, so please send your registration via e-mail to email@example.com.
The price of the workshop is €1 per day.