ANIMPOLFIN Project – A Great Experience

Taking part in Erasmus+ project was a great experience for all participants. The participants of the project formed two groups, consisting of eight students and two teachers (each group consists of 4 Polish and 4 Finnish pupils as well as a teacher from Poland and a teacher from Finland). In such mixed groups, they worked on selected legends. Thanks to this, they could learn more about the culture and history of Poland and Finland. There Read more…

Erasmus+ Day in Liceum Plastyczne

13th June 2019 We celebrated Erasmus+ Day in Liceum Plastyczne in Nowy Wiśnicz. An official meeting was held in order to present the results of the project Animation and ICT as a new quality of enhancing the pedagogy of cultural heritage of Finland and Poland. The headmistress, the project coordinator, the teachers and the students presented the two years project outcome to the guests: the primary school headmistress, the primary school teacher, the primary school Read more…

Afterparty

12th March, 2019 That day, we gathered at Mr Nieć’s house for promised Erasmus Project afterparty. We were occupying his living room, where we enjoyed our time together. He greeted us with a delicious cake, which he baked himself and biscuits made by his children and wife. We watched our animations again and came to the conclusion that they do actually look better to our eyes than they did right after we had finished working Read more…

AnimPolFin – a great life experience!

POLAND “Huomenta” means “hello”. Did you ever dream of watching animated films during the class time? Well, sounds like a strange idea, especially if you are in high school, doesn’t it? On 16th April 2018 we said “huomenta” to eight students and three teachers from Finland. They came to participate in an Erasmus project, which included not only watching animated films, but also learning how to make one and actually doing it. That two weeks Read more…

Project presentation for Wiśnicki Plastyk students

29th January, 2019 That evening, the project presentation was held. Students living at the boarding school gathered at the dining hall to watch photos and listen to memories from the project time. A slide show had been prepared to give viewers a brief impression of the whole process, from the beginning, till the end. Well, almost, because the premiere of the animations themselves was planned to take place in spring. Most of our project activities Read more…

Raahe – Day 10

26th October, 2018 Our last day in Raahe. It was the time of packing, cleaning, summarising and hugging for goodbye.   We have had a really wonderful time there, spent with wonderful friends 🙂 In the morning,  we helped with dish washing,  cleaning the classroom and also collecting Lybecker’s bed sheets and towels from our apartments.  We filled the survey prepared by Marleena, asking for participants opinion about the project. Later, the answers will be Read more…

Raahe – Day 9

25th October, 2018 We woke up to a stunning view – the snow was falling!  On the way to school, we admired the white, pure blanket and its sparkling reflections in Raahe’s buildings. Group Better,  who had already finished their shooting, were cleaning, collecting files and arranging them. Group One got to continue work almost immediately, as everything had already been organised the day before. With two animation sets and a good share of duties, Read more…

Raahe – Day 8

24th October, 2018 In the morning, Group One was still struggling with getting the laptop and the program to work. While Group Better was shooting, group One did things that did not require use of the program.The narration was recorded. It was decided to use Marleena’s voice, as we assumed she had the best accent. Then, the sound editor, Teemu, has taken care of the recordings. We also cleaned the classroom a bit. Today, we Read more…

Raahe – Day 7

23rd October, 2018 In Group Better things went rather smooth.  Although some scenes might need to be taken again later, the work progressed fast. However, Group One had to face multiple challenges. The computer failed again in the morning and we needed to install our animation program called Dragon Frame on another device.  While the program was loading, we were playing video games with Omar, then Mika – one of the Finnish teachers entered the Read more…