Design workshop with material and sound / Meet & Greet with Jordan Scott
A nameless boy cannot speak the way he would like. Again and again he stutters and his words seem to get stuck in his mouth. At school he tries to be invisible so he doesn´t have to talk. Then his father takes him on a trip to the river and points out that the water moves the way the boy speaks: sometimes bubbling, sometimes roaring, sometimes completely still. The virtuously written and illustrated autobiographical book tells of marginalization, self-discovery, and a special father-son relationship.
What happens during the workshop?
The visual aesthetics of the book will be explored by the students and references to their own biographies will be found with material, characters and sound.
The event is in German.
Led by Laura Marleen Kreutz and Susann Tamoszus.
Recommended for grades 3 and 4.