Fundraising campaign: “Friends of Kamishibai”

[et_pb_section bb_built=”1″ fullwidth=”on” specialty=”off”][et_pb_fullwidth_code _builder_version=”3.0.85″ custom_margin=”0px||0px|” custom_padding=”0px||0px|”]<table width=”100%”><!– [et_pb_line_break_holder] –><tr><!– [et_pb_line_break_holder] –> <td width=”25%”></td><!– [et_pb_line_break_holder] –> <td width=”25%”></td><!– [et_pb_line_break_holder] –> <td width=”25%”></td><!– [et_pb_line_break_holder] –> <td width=”25%”><div align=”right”><a href=”https://progeu.org/campana-de-recaudacion-de-fondos-amigos-de-kamishibai/”><img src=”https://progeu.org/wp-content/uploads/2017/11/Bandiera_spagna.gif” width=”25″>[ES]</a> <a href=”https://progeu.org/campanha-de-angariacao-de-fundos-amigos-amigas-do-kamishibai/”><img src=”https://progeu.org/wp-content/uploads/2017/11/flag_max_portogal.gif” width=”25″>[PT]</a> <a href=”https://progeu.org/campagna-raccolta-fondi-amici-amiche-del-kamishibai/”><img src=”https://progeu.org/wp-content/uploads/2017/11/280px-Flag_of_Italy.svg_.png” width=”25″> [IT]</a></div></td><!– [et_pb_line_break_holder] –> </tr><!– [et_pb_line_break_holder] –></table>[/et_pb_fullwidth_code][/et_pb_section][et_pb_section bb_built=”1″ fullwidth=”off” specialty=”off” _builder_version=”3.0.82″ background_image=”https://progeu.org/wp-content/uploads/2017/10/mappamondo.jpg” box_shadow_position=”outer”][et_pb_row][et_pb_column type=”4_4″][et_pb_testimonial _builder_version=”3.0.85″ author=”Laura” url_new_window=”off” quote_icon=”on” use_background_color=”on” quote_icon_background_color=”rgba(25,25,25,0.5)” background_layout=”dark” background_color=”rgba(25,25,25,0.6)”]

I believe that through little gestures you can produce big results, especially for people who can’t afford them. My thoughts are focused on those who are not given the same privileges of those living in europe

To support, share, build, invent, realize, imagine, respect, paint, write, interpret and listen is what I will do with the children in Mexico.

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Laura will travel to Mexico to develop her idea “friends of the kamishibai”, that will positivly impact the inclusion of children through an innovative method.

The project will take place in the region of Oxaca and the region of Chiapas that have been both affected by the recent earthquakes.

Laura will organise a  workshop where the children will invent their own stories for the theatre and take over the following tasks:

  • a wooden structure for the Kamishibai theatre
  • painted pictures of the stories they have invented
  • organisation of a final event for the presentation of the results of the projects work with intercultural parallelism

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They will use an approach based on an active methodology: the workshop will be the instrument. It will act as a place of confrontation, connection and creative and expressive work where the children can find their own potential and lose stereotypes in a journey through images, literature, invention, construction, design and colors, figures and contours.

To cut, smooth, nail and fix the wood, imagine together, invent, write, design, color, act… specificly for the construction and writing of the text the children can be helped with suggestions and solutions while learning the concepts of beginning, middle and conclusion in a simple and intuitive way until they become able to write narrative texts, codes and messages independently.

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Il Kamishibai:

The Kamishibai theatre comes from a remote japanese tradition. Between the ’30 and ’50, at a historical moment in which there was no computer or television, the story teller (kamishibaiya) travelled on simple bicycles to carry around their storys. That was a tipical theatre of the last century.

This genuine artists have been representing graficly images of the story to tell and through the wooden structure of the theatre (butai), they told their storys. “kami” (paper) and “shibai” (theatre, dramatization).

The peculiarity of this storys are the images. Together with the backround sounds they take their audience to an evocative world.

It have been replaced by television and recently rediscovered in Japan and other countries of the world, from Europe to South America.

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The project

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The self-handling of the little theatre, like every manual activity, brings the children in a situation of self sperimentation in the use of dexterity with handcraft work. They try their hand with the materials at their disposal, understand and learn the names and the functions of it, measure, follow the project, use the appropriate instruments.
Supported by the social worker/professional they learn to respect the time of the other partecipants, in the end they see their work accomplished to finally see the play realised.

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First stage

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Second stage

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The partecipants will be given the opportunity to immerse in the atmosphere, the scenarios, the traditional characters of the popolar fairy tales from around the world. The fary tales are narrated in a way that helps the audience to get familiar with the caracteristics, the ingredients and the structure of the “classic” fairy tale.
Chinese and japanese fairy tales will be considered as well as short narratives and storys of the Mexican, South American and European tradition.

At this point the partecipants will be involved in a path of creative thinking which makes them actors of fairy tales and storys invented by themselves. By using the method of active education the story telling is considered by the childres as a game and as a resource of the imagination:
The partecipants will be given the opportunity to share and express their own imaginative worlds (inhabited by their fantasies?). Then the highlights of the story are choosen together, 
paying particular attention to not having any kind of transgressive, discriminatory attitude within the group. Particular interest will be shown for the mutual listening and the self-expression of every single partecipant.
Whenever this rules of respect and equality are not respected there will be an intervention.

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Guided by the professional they will choose and transpose some of the representative images/scenes of the storie’s text realizing finally kamishibai tables. This tables will illustrate their whole story.
This is a very delicate stage in which the grafic expressivity can cause an emotional crisis. The profeccional have the job to support the needs of every individual, guiding everyone to a satisfactory and gratifying result.

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Third stage

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Fourth  stage

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The children will be facing an emotionally significant moment: they will read their story in front of the group in order to get prepared for the final representation that will take place in a square in front of the comunity, the parents, relatives, friends and the neighbourhood.
Every partecipant will have to step once into the shoes of the narrator and be able to play with this new instrument. Finally one person will be chosen in order to read in front of the audience and another one in order to reproduce the sound/rhythm that have been previously chosen.
During this stage the final result will be assembled, a combination of evocative images, sugestive words and significant sounds and rhythms.

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