V International encounter of arts for early childhood
Open to artists, producers, programmers, families and teachers from 14 – 29 November.
El més petit offers a broad and comprehensive look on where we are heading internationally in the world of shows for early ages.
This year’s edition will be online with conferences, networking and debates
The conferences of the V International Meeting of Arts for Early Childhood are accessible with the codes linked to the registration / purchase of::
- Program: Mestres que es mouen (Teachers in movement)
- Program: Artistes que es mouen (Artists in movement)
- Online artistic proposals – families
- Professional encounter
The lectures will be available online for all registered participants from November 14th.
- Children are natural artists in environments of encounterLecturer: Doctor Penny Hay (Great Britain)
Artist, educator and researcher at Bath Spa University
- Curiosity and disruption
Lecturer: Thomas Eisenhardt (Denmark)
Artistic director at company Abbendans
- Art, família i confinament: l’art com a vincle en un context penitenciari (Art, familiy and confinement: Art as a bond in penitentiary centers)
Art projects in the Catalan prisons of Brians II and Wad-Ras
Lecturers: Ángela Peinado (art therapist); Teresa Rojas (sculptor and engraver); Núria Pujol (social worker); Helena Cabo (artist and educator) and Eva Vázquez (multidisciplinary visual artist) – (Catalonia – Spain)
- Facing the change
A conversation with Andrea Gronemeyer, Executive Director of the Schauburg Theater für Junges Publikum (Theater for Young Audiences), Munich (Germany)
- One little step – every time!
Lecturers: Krishnakumar Balasubramanian i Aysha Rau (India)
The Little Theatre (Chennai)
- La Santé Culturelle: L’éveil culturel et artistique dans le lien parents enfant (Cultural Health: Cultural and Artistic Awareness in Parent-Child Relationships)
Lecturer: Sophie Marinopoulos, psychologist and psychoanalyst specialized in family and childhood therapy