The working process described below is based on 2 two-day workshop sessions implemented by Grodzki Theatre in Ireland on 22-25 November 2014 at the invitation of two organizations: ALâ – Adult Participatory Theatre, Arts and Education (Galway) and Clarecare (Ennis). The main aim of the training was to explore different use of…[Read more]
This was an extraordinary workshop. I learn’t so many new things. The facilitators were so good. I look forward to working with them again soon. I will get back to this later but meantime thank you Maria and Krzysztof for coming to Ireland and sharing your expertise with us.
Jim Aherne – ALâ Project Coordinator
After the great theatrical adventure with two Irish workshop teams in November, I had a chance to test “OBJECTS AND STORIES” scenario with a mixed group of educators and trainers from Germany, Italy, Romania and South Africa in Berlin (22 February 2015). The workshop organized and hosted by our friends from Expedition-Metropolis was again…[Read more]
I’ve seen your ready photos on on the walls.
They’ve made very good impression on me, both from the artistic and technical point of view. I think you’ve managed to do exactly what you had planned before, what is a really important thing. But for me the most important thing is that during this whole project you have made a huge step…[Read more]
Very interesting photos.
Good idea with connecting vertical and horizontal photos.
I can say that all advice from the previous discussion were taken under consideration.
My only piece of advice applies to the board no. 2
Photo in the right corner should be the same size as the one in the bottom. Maybe its…[Read more]
Thank you very much for this mime story.
I really enjoy watching such stories.
I really like the space where the aceton takes place.
This place is both real and unreal.
A good decision is that […]
I think so.
Technical things are important too.
From my experience I can tell you that prepearing your photos by yourself ends with a disaster.
You need special equipement and a lot of experience in doing that.
Everything what you need in size 24×30 cm would cost about 6€.
Here I send you a link to a laboratory where I print my photos:
These aren’t easy questions, as the topic says, so we can’t find easy answears either.
I often ask myself these questions during my Occupational Therapy Workshops.
That means in practical situations. So it would be a good idea to invite people,
who have to deal with a problem of publishment such photos, to take part in our discussion.
There is…[Read more]
you’ve reached the point. The reason why you have a problem with this set it that
you are the author of those photos. At exhibitions it is usually made by art curators.
They can see it form the other point of view. Let me become such an art curator.
I found Annas comment that she needs a bit of a chaos in this set very interesting.…[Read more]
I want to answer your few questions.
I’m not going to say a world about the choice of the photos because
I don’t know which have you rejected.
This set makes a good impression.
The point is if in your opinion the atmosphere of those places can be felt.
My advice refers to the presentation of those photographs.
I’ve made improvements which are a…[Read more]
I’ve published “Dreamy Portraits.33 Dreams” photo exhibition
and in addition to this I have a few questions for you.
These are questions which I ask myself.
In the organization where I work with (The Bielsko Artistic Association Grodzki Theatre) we carry out projects based on activities for disabled people, and workshops for youth in need.
I’m sorry for the late reply. When you wrote “amazing” it made me think about it. It’s “digital art” group, so it’s a perfect place to reply. We have to start from the question: what is photography? A technique or an art? I think usually it’s a technique but sometimes it becomes an art. Your example shows that it’s a technique which can deceive…[Read more]
“Dreamy Portaits. 33 dreams”
is a series of portraits from the Occupational Therapy Workshop
programme “Jesteś Potrzebny!” (“You are needed!”).
For the last ten years I have run a photography course with them.
For the last ten years, I’ve wanted to take these photos.
I was always apprehensive, though, that the photos themselves
Thanks a lot, very interesting project. I have to follow him.
GUIA – Guide Us Into Arts!
GrundtvigLearning Partnerships, 2011-2013
The project exchanged empirical knowledge and methods of work with disabled people by means of artistic tools: theatre, dance, music. It considered all participants as equal partners on the way to inclusion and to overcome stigma and marginalization. It resulted in creation…[Read more]
GrundtvigLearning Partnerships, 2012-2014
Stories are a way to build bridges. In our project we use the potential of storytelling. We choose / write stories. We tell stories. We dramatize and play stories. We learn about other stories and story telling techniques … because we think that the power of…[Read more]
VIP – Visiting in Prison
GrundtvigLearning Partnerships, 2006-2009
The VIP project resulted in publishing several books about, for and by inmates and their families. A moving collection of stories contributed to developing and improving educational programs in prisons.
Project coordinator / Project website
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