Posts Tagged ‘Youth’
Last School Theater presents sequence of Three Masken and Where is Tamanna?; another comedy play written and directed by Dyuman. Three Maskmen, petty clumsy thieves who with their elaborated plans aspire to be big “fishes”. Does the complexity of twist and turns in plan bring the wanted result?
Play is staged and produced by students of Last School of school year 2016/17, and we have a chance to see some already proven actors, and some good new ones.
The second Auroville Trashion Show took place the 1st of April but it wasn’t an April fool at all…
Andrea jumped on the backstage to get some short interviews with Marc, Pragnya, Arlette, Chandra and Mukhta.
The Auroville Trashion Show 2017 in 41 shots (pics by Piero Cefaloni)
The whole recorded event
The Auroville Trashion Show 2010
Impressions from The Trashion Show 2010
Chloe performed an interesting piece of music out of old tapes and systems. Her performance was intriguing as she created music through waste. The performance was a potpourri of jazz music, conversations and other genres of music.
Eight young musicians from Marseilles, France, with their brass instruments played a variety of pop dance songs, and created a refreshing festive atmosphere.
Although the concert took place on a Monday evening, the youth and volunteers found the charming vibes irresistible and took to the dance floor.
The musicians were interacting with the audience with a light sense of humour. It was a surprise to find such a joyful concert at the Youth Centre.
Heidi Watts and Chris Sperry explored the concept of democratic classrooms over decades in different types of schools in the United States. Democratic schools encourage students to make their own decisions as a student community. This practice cultivates student ownership and student responsibility. In Auroville’s Teacher Center both, teachers and parents discussed the chances and challenges as well as opportunities and limits to student decisions. The final conclusion: Let’s meet again on that topic!
While dinner has been served with abundance of very diverse and good food, Dhani, Eduardo and Egmont were jamming on the main stage of the Youth Centre.
Giant Butterflies has paraded once more through – this time with the lights on.