Nautrēnu high school young artists learn laser skills



On Monday, 20 May, the Rēzekne Technology Academy was dominated by a creative atmosphere. Nautrēnu secondary school students, STUDENTS of THE JSC Soikāns Ludza Art School Nautrēnu, acquired first skills in the application of laser technologies in digital art and design. The activities were conducted by Dr. phys, head of the research centre for physical processes and laser technologies. Pavel narica and centre technician Anton Package, as well AS RTA Lectores Diana Apele and Sylvia Mežinska.
Children had the task of selecting and designing two objects, a living natural representative, and one object and creating a new design product from these two drawings. After that, the drawings were photographed with the help of a computer program and a laser-lit wooden painting that the young artists could take with them.
The fantasy of the pupils was unrestricted, just like the virtual technology possibilities of a fascinating event. Children can create ideas and justify them. Ramona shows her work, where the soft glasses of the dog and the eye are created to improve the quality of sleep.
Ramona: “i first saw, last year, how to work with lasers, how to create something new from two different things. We participated in the masters of foreign artists, they talked about the possibilities of laser, a variety of technologies, there was a chance to see something new that had not yet been seen. '
Several children with laser work have been working for a second year, they also visited the digital art exhibition Lūznavas manor “land” the previous year. The sea. Signal '.
The head of the May Gailums, J. Soikana Ludza Art School Nautrēnu: "These classes are expanding the sight of children, last year, when we first faced it, it was shock. The setting is the setting, the landscape is a landscape, but it was supposed to be modern, design. Children better perceive modern art than the older generation, they fantasy, play, engage, they can think of many things at once.
He and i were in Luznava last year, a digital art exhibition, and i spoke very much. The kids liked it too. We also looked at THE design objects of THE RTA students, the bodies of light – it is not so easy, there is a lot to think, a lot of work to create. "
Also, for the 8 th grade student Albert, the exhibition remained in good memory. in his view, the digital art is more interesting than traditional: "I remember well, there was this ecological theme, there was a lot of photographs, the picture on the computer changed. I was very interested in it, urged me to think.
I'm very interested in this art industry, i certainly could do it. I would also like to see an exhibition AT Lūznavas in Manor. "
Children in laser skills were administered by Anton Paceum of the physico-chemical process and laser technology research centre.
“I very much like working with students and pupils, it's like a live cell function, communicating information to other cells. I also try to convey this information, which i know, in a way that is understandable. '
Anton acknowledges that it is interesting to work with children because they perceive new ideas faster than teachers.
"The biggest problem, i think, is today that teachers have mostly entered such as frames, they are not active, are not creative. I think that the lessons can be made interesting, and we are trying to do it in the academy.
Children are much more understanding in technology, they have already been intuitive. The older people need to explain yet, but the child is somehow intuitively aware of these modern technologies as they do. "
Early in Nautrēnu, secondary school students, along with a teacher, will go to the excursion to Lūznavas Manor to look at the digital art exhibition “behind the black mirror”, as well AS THE RTA student exhibition “digital experiment in design II”.
Laser skills are carried out within the framework OF the EUCIDA - “European Connections in Digital Arts” (“digital art covers Europe”). EUCIDA is a three-year project financed by the European Union “Creative Europe” and implemented by the modern art centre in Ireland (Rua red) and France (Espace Multimédia Gantner) in cooperation with the municipality of Rezekne. The aim of the project is to establish cooperation between digital artists and cultural acquaintants in Europe, thereby developing innovation and promoting the popularity of digital art at international level.
Photo and text: Anna Rancāne
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