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 students with their parents, the curator of Nowy Wiśnicz Museum and the students of Liceum Plastyczne. 

First, the project participants were given Erasmus+ mobility certificates.

Then a short film recorded by the Finnish teachers to greet the meeting participants was played. After that there was a videoconference with Pekka Korhonen, the Finnish project coordinator. It was so nice to see our Finnish project friends again and to talk about our project work together.

Then there was the time for the screening of the project results. 

The results are: 

  • two stop-motion animation short films based on Polish and Finnish legends. Team One prepared the animation film of Polish legend Wisła, showing the history of the Wisła River. Team Better prepared the animation film combining two Finnish legends, Where’s my leg? and Fallen from the Mast,
  • four small short films created on the basis of Polish and Finnish cultural heritage as a result of cooperation and project workshops with primary school students in Nowy Wiśnicz and Raahe,
  •  making-of films documenting the joint work of students from Liceum Plastyczne and Lybecker Institute,
  • posters promoting the two legends animations. 

After the screening the project participants showed photos presenting the two years’ work on the project and commented on them.

Finally, project participants and the guests held a short discussion on the project work, the results and the benefits. The guests also watched and commented on project materials, such as animation backgrounds and puppets that were displayed.