Theme: From Imagination to Creation
November 17th, 2012
About this event
From Imagination to creation will the lens through which our speakers will present their ideas and their experiences to the audience. This year, one can't help but notice that a lot of speakers are focusing on the use of technology to bring their ideas to life. It seems that technology, the internet and social medias are all around us. Our presenters show us how these can be used to enrich our lives and educate us and create art.
Vladimir is a talented documentary film maker living in Belgrade, Serbia. His most recent documentary focuses on the lives of children living in orphanages in Serbia. It portrays their lives, hardships and difficulty growing up in poverty without guardians or family.
Vuk is a student and also a very active blogger. His idea which involves using internet as a study platform will amaze the audience at this years event.
Jonathan has been experimenting with electricity from an early age. He is now focusing on inventing and programming in order to make a better world.
Ralph Van Der Zijden
Experience Serbia in a whole new way and learn how to do it properly.
Slavoljub has been participating in many different activities such as Mountaineering, hiking, martial arts, programming and software development. What makes his story so unique is the fact that he only became so active after losing his sight at the age of thirty.
Maya Le Roux
Maya Le Roux Obradovic (www.mayaleroux.com )- Maya Le Roux Obradovic is a Serbian and Swiss guitarist and composer. In January 2012, she was honored to be named Knight of the Order of Arts and Letters (Chevalier de L’Ordre des Arts et des Lettres) by the French Ministry of Culture, which recognition is bestowed for significant contributions to the arts, literature, or the propagation of these fields.
My name is Teodor Sandel-Konjevic, I’m 15 years old and I’m from Novi Sad. I’m teach at the Computer Camp for Kids, an organization founded by my mother. I teach several programs, such as MMF2D, Blender, Google SketchUp and more. Every summer I teach kids and youth how to program their own games and make 3D models. I’ve been at the camp since I was 9, I worked as an assistant when I was 12, and as a teacher from my 14th. I spend the rest of my summer at film camp. Before and after the summer, I go to the “Jovan Jovanovic Zmaj” High school, bilingual class. I love to work in programs such as Blender and Flash. My hobby is ice skating and rollerblading.
MILOŠ DILKIĆ is a Chairperson of the Board in Association TOK, the Imaginary Museum and Treasure Hunt project manager and a freelence music and drama trainer and youth worker. He graduated at the University of Belgrade, Faculty of Law, Theory division. Miloš started his professional career in the year 2001 in Cultural Center Stari Grad and NGO CEDEUM as a Drama and Music educator and Forum Theater trainer. He has been employed at the International School of Belgrade since 2003 where he works as K-12 substitute teacher for Performing Arts, Music, Arts, TOK and Humanities. He is one of the founders of Association TOK, dealing with environmential issues, culture and youth policies, child development, non-formal and informal education, experiential and outdoor learning, drama in education and youth activism.
Venue and Details
The International School of Belgrade
Andre Nikolica 25
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November 17th, 2012
10:00am-6:00pm (GMT 1hrs)
Event Type (what is this?) Youth
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- Dušan Milenković
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- Milan Rončević
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- Milica Radovic
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