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Create your own miniature world, learn English and have fun at the creative summer camp in Riga!

Together with "Small Stuff" miniature artists, let's put our phones aside and let's go on a creative, fun and exploratory journey, creating miniatures. In our camps, we will combine art with improving English skills, making this week unforgettable. We will include lessons in English in the form of games and we will learn something new under the guidance of an experienced teacher

Participants age:

8-12 years

Day-time camp:

9AM - 5PM

On the premises of

Riga Pupils Palace

Kr. Barona str. 99

August 5th - 9th

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August 12th - 16th

Miniature art

  • Let's get to know the types of miniatures - building models, railway miniatures, dioramas, dollhouse miniatures, etc.

  • Let's find out and try out different materials

  • Let's work on creating a miniature roombox

  • Let's create miniature figures and objects for the roombox

Zero waste

  • Let's explore zero-waste thinking in miniature art - learn to find and use what is seemingly no longer needed 

English

  • We will direct and capture miniature stories in English

  • We will move and play

Miniatures around us

  • Let's go see miniature street art in Riga

  • We will end the camp with an exhibition, rewarding the young miniaturists and experiencing the premiere of the captured miniature story in English!

The price of a five-day camp is €295

All activities and meals (breakfast, lunch, afternoon snack) mentioned in the program are included in the price

Amount of participants is limited (30 per camp)

Camp organiser is NGO "Small Stuff" and it is registered via

National Centre for Education Republic of Latvia

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The art of miniatures in its various ways has been known in the world since the 17th century. It is an activity that mostly adults are passionate about, but it can be a great way to give children the opportunity to get to know different materials and develop fine motor skills, creative expression and awareness. This art form uses the widest range of materials and knowledge in the creation of various small things. NGO "Small Stuff" was created with the aim of popularizing Miniature Art. Miniature examples of dollhouses can be seen in the exhibitions we organize, and in the Latvian national educational program "Skolas soma", we receive so many positive feedbacks from children and teachers which inspired us to organize this camp!

 

See you at the camp!

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