Creative robotics – NEW sections with NEW content
We discover robotics and ancient Greece,
recycling (UpCycling) and reusing our old toys
For kindergarten students up to the second grade of primary school
A program that combines the introduction to robotics, programming, creative construction and learning, through the practice of children’s free imagination. Independent cycles of 3 workshops each take place.
With a focus on education, learning, entertainment and creation, we will get to know the electrical circuit through conductive plasticine. We will learn the rules and principles of robotics and drawing inspiration from ancient Greece and its technological achievements, with sensors and engines, we will complete our creations. Our constructions will be part of a collection that will remain and will be exhibited at NOESIS in June 2023. Deconstructing the concept of “old” or “spoiled” game is the basic principle of the workshops. The combination of disparate materials, learning and entertainment is the basic structure of the complex program of Creative Robotics.
Dates: Saturday 28/1, 4/2, 11/2/2023
For registrations (only electronically) click here.
The program was designed and implemented by the visual artist Georgios Antonogiannakis (Georgios GreeKalogerakis) and is based on his postgraduate studies in Art and Technology (MA Computational Arts). The workshops are presented by him and the AgoGreece team (www.agogreece.com), focusing on feedback and the continuous development of the program.
Procedure for securing participation
1. Completing the online application form.
2. Payment methods:
– Electronic payment. All debit / credit cards VISA, Mastercard are accepted.
– Filling in the form at NOESIS, depending on availability and payment at the cashier during its opening hours (Tuesday to Friday 9:00 – 15:00, Saturday 11:30 – 18:00, Sunday 11:30 – 18:00).
3. Ensuring final participation:
The final participation in the program is ensured by the payment of the participation amount and the receipt of a confirmation email.
Telephone: 2310 483 000, ext. 149 (Monday – Friday, 10.00 – 13.00)