Children from 10 Schools from Sofia City Suburbs Made 8 Animated Films Dedicated to Bulgarian Traditions and Customs During the Project "Animate Customs - Traditions Meet the Digital Arts". The themes of the animations are "Ignatius", "Winter Masquerade Games", "Sirnitsa", "St. George's Day", "Ladavane", "Pre-wedding customs", "Wedding", "Harvest". The finished videos will be presented at a free screening of 14 on September 2019 from 18 hours at the G8 Cultural Center.

 

In the period February - May 2019 NISHAN Association held 10 workshops: at the schools 140 Sofia "Ivan Bogorov", 202 Primary School "Hristo Botev" - Pasarel, 170 Sofia "Vasil Levski" - Novi Iskar, 115 St.St. Cyril and Methodius ”- Gorni Bogrov village, 179 Primary school“ Vasil Levski ”- Dobroslavtsi village, 156 Primary school“ Vasil Levski ”- Kremikovtsi, 83 Primary school“ Elin Pelin ”- Pancharevo village, 58 Primary school“ Sergey Rumyantsev ”, 97 SU "Brothers Miladinovi", 96 SU "Lev Nikolaevich Tolstoy". Through photographs, multimedia and open discussion, the children became acquainted with a specific Bulgarian customs, and then made an animated film on it through stop-motion animation.

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"It was very interesting for us to see how Bulgarian traditions become more accessible and understandable for children when they are actively involved in making films. There is nothing more inspiring than seeing students easily and happily acquire new knowledge. The animations are educational and can be used as an aid during the lessons with the children in school. "- says Reneta Traikova, President of NISHAN Association. The free screening of 14 September 2019 is suitable for children, parents and anyone who wants to touch Bulgarian traditional culture in a non-standard way.

 

The project was implemented by NISHAN through the largest socially responsible initiative of Lidl Bulgaria - You and Lidl for a Better Life, in partnership with the Workshop for Civic Initiatives Foundation and the Bulgarian Donation Forum. During the 2020 year, the association will work on a similar project - "From Byala to Rousse - stories about unknown Greyhounds + animated series made by children", funded by NFK.

 

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The mission of the NISHAN Association is to immerse everyone in the Bulgarian traditional culture in the most appropriate way for themselves. We believe that the place of Bulgarian traditions is not only in books and we know from experience that the best way to get to know them is through experience.

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