During this workshop, students learned about a specific use of photography in anthropometry and criminology, collaborated in order to photograph each other´s body parts and finally decided to use the printed pictures to make an installation, a composition.
2011 / The workshop was conducted in the summer camp of Sally Art School in 2011 by its students
50 students from Sally Studio made human sculptures with unexpected messages during one month to place them in different positions in cityspace. Each sculpture is done for special places in the cityspace where they should capture the attention of passers-by and communicate their surprising idea. You can find beggars, popstars as well as office workers as clowns among the sculptures.
2011 / Georg Simmul, Angela Must, Johanna Maria Mertsina, Ragne Liigia Hiir, Ra Koort, Eva Mari Mahhov Maarja Eliisabet Roosalu Hannah Segerkrantz Laura Herma Katariin Mudist Merily Leis Eliisa Ülevain Linda Vainomäe Heidi Urmet Susanna Mildeberg Mellissa Ingela Bramanis Merily Pärn Kati Ots Kadri Kuulpak Anna Maria Solovjov Lotta Hiie Anna-Grete Konsap Brita Porovarde Kris Evan Säde Arik-Andre Ermus Johann Georg Villmann Ulrike Brett Uukkivi Sanna Maria Rink Marie-Elise Chhabra Mai Triin Puström Iida Kaisa Urm Juta Mae Grete Rahi Maria Koff Frida Laigu, Maria Parusk, Astrid Johanna Grents, Anabel Ambos, Helen Tammela, Ella Lin Raat, Helen Aaver, Johanna Perens, Greete-Johanna Froš, Emma Malvet, Anna Malvet, Marie Soms
Students animated one of the well-known art work. The task was to think out a story based on of the art work. Different techniques of animation could be used: cut-out, collage, drawing-based animation, plasticine, objects etc.
2011 / Sally Stuudio’s students, art teachers who participated at the video editing course in Sally Stuudio.
This activity was used to introduce “Multimedia Workshop” students to the digital video and its objective was to explore the stop-motion technique (from frame to frame).
This was basically a first approach to movement which fully fulfilled its aims, in spite of some technical problems.
2011 / 12th grade
Teacher Joana Braguez, Viriato Secondary School, Portugal Read more
The following technique was used to create our school’s Christmas cards: photographic register of extended expositions that usually take place at night or in darkened places by moving a source of light in front of the camera. The challenge was presented to our Visual Arts twelfth graders.
As the feedback we were given was very positive and as most students in our school weren’t familiar with this technique, we decided to involve more students, namely the younger ones (from 12 onwards).
The results, which were again very good, were posted on the school’s webpage.
The Christmas cards also had a warm reception!
2010 / Different school years
2010 / Teachers: Paula Soares and Joana Braguez – Viriato Secondary School, Viseu, Portugal
Students chose their favourite reading and made their own artistic books according to it. It could be a book(s), internet pages, newspapers – all the imaginable things we could read. They had unlimited freedom to choose their book materials. Next they binded it into “books” and illustrated it with intriguing stories from the original reading material.
2010 / Merily Pärn, Johanna Maria Mertsina, Kaarin Kivirähk, Kert Urmas Raudvere, Anneli Kripsaar, Jaana Lindmets, Maarja Roosalu, Ragne Liigia Hiir, Hannah Caroline Segerkrantz, Eliisa Ülevain, Janno Jõulu, Pia Inger Sepman, Annika Tabri, Linda Vainomäe, Annamaria Solovjov, Aleksandra Taniberg, Eva Mari Mahhov, Greete Froš, Heidi Urmet, Kati Ots, Johanna Perens, Ra Koort, Katariin Mudist, Mary Vahtra, Laura Kõmper, Kadri Karolin Kõuts, Lotta Hiie, Susanna Mildeberg, Kadri Kuulpak, Angela Must, Anna Malvet, Helen Aaver, Henrik Rakitin, Georg Simmul, Maari Hinsberg, Meeri Sõelsepp, Melissa Ingela Bramanis, Kadriann Pikkat, Emma Malvet