For families

Petit als núvols invites you to participate in three online artistic experiences designed by three different Catalan companies: CUC (Worm) by Animal Religion; L’horitzó de Latung La La (The Horizon of Latung La La), by David Ymbernon; and Expandint la jungla (Expanding the Jungle), by the company Big Bouncers. To access all three acts, you will be given a special code which will also grant you access to the lectures included in the V International Meeting of Arts for Early Childhood.

 

For teachers

This year’s edition of Petit als núvols includes access to Mestres que es mouen (Teachers on movement), an online training program aimed at nursery and early education teachers. The programme includes a workshop called Infància+Confinament=Resiliència (Childhood + lockdown = resilience), by Mexican choreographer Omar Meza, and a workshop called De l’espai vital a l’espai que transformem i ens transforma (Our vital space: one that transforms ourselves as we change it), by Montserrat Roig and Marina Cardona.

In addition to these, Petit als núvols will give participants access to a series of resources included in the programme Cos i moviment (Body and movement) —from Mercat de les Flors in Barcelona— and Educar en els núvols (Educate in the clouds), a research project by the Autonomous University of Barcelona (UAB) with the goal to guide families in the essential aspects of early childhood.

For artists

Petit als núvols includes a training course aimed at artists with an interest in the early childhood arts. The online workshop (re)pensant les arts per a la primera infància ((re)thinking the arts for early childhood by Serbian-Swedish artist Dalija Acin is aimed at international creators and performers and will be conducted entirely in English.

For sector-related professionals

This year’s edition of Petit als núvols will be celebrating the fifth edition of the International Meeting of Arts for Early Childhood on November 20 and 21, 2020. Artists, producers and programmers will debate and reflect on the current and future situation of stage arts along six online conferences, several workshops and network discussions and a live networking space.