Green Cultural Routes

In the context of “The Green Cultural Routes”, a communicative nationwide action organised by the Ministry of Culture and Sports, an educational programme titled ‘Pottery: Art from soil and water’ was held on 27 & 28 May 2016.

 

 

Tour at Leivithra park

Archaeological walk to acropolis of Leivithra

 

The programme is included in the permanent educational actions of the Leivithra park (registrations required). On 28 May, the above programme was incorporated in a colloquium held by the East Olympus Environmental Education Centre (KPE), in cooperation with our Service, for primary and secondary education teachers, and included:

  • A. Lectures
  • B. Workshops
  • C. Supporting material

 

A. Lectures

Lecture on the archaeological site of Leivithra

Lecture on environmental education and archaeological monuments

B. Workshops

Construction of a handmade lamp using the sphere technique

Handmade lamps made by participants

Presentation of the pottery-making technique using a ceramic wheel by the potter I. Stagidis

Construction of a small ceramic kiln by the potter I. Stagidis

Construction of a small ceramic kiln by the potter I. Stagidis

Construction of a small ceramic kiln by the potter I. Stagidis

Construction of a small ceramic kiln by the potter I. Stagidis

Design of worksheets for an educational programme held at the archaeological site

Workshop "Preservation of archaeological material"

Workshop titled "Children playing with plaggones [clay dolls] and athyrmata [toys]"

Workshop titled "Children playing with plaggones [clay dolls] and athyrmata [toys]"

Workshop titled "Children playing with plaggones [clay dolls] and athyrmata [toys]"

Workshop titled "Children playing with plaggones [clay dolls] and athyrmata [toys]"

Creations of the workshop titled "Children playing with plaggones [clay dolls] and athyrmata [toys]"