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Torleif Sleveland - 14.01.2014 12:21
A Weaverly Path offers an intimate, visually stunning portrait of tapestry weaver Silvia Heyden and captures the inner dialogue and meditations of an extraordinary artist in the moments of creation. The film follows the Swiss-born born artist during a year of weaving and reflection. Heyden creates works inspired by the Eno River in Durham, North Carolina and shares how nature, music, her education in the Bauhaus tradition and her life experiences anchor and inspire her weaving. www.aweaverlypath.com
Torleif Sleveland - 14.01.2014 14:07
Contestants create a luxury, made-to-measure evening dress
Torleif Sleveland - 11.02.2015 11:36
Contestants sew Child's dress, tailor a dress and a create a made-to-measure jacket.
Torleif Sleveland - 11.02.2015 11:46
Students can enjoy the original Christmas pantomime and practise listening skills.
Tatjana Berg - 09.12.2015 10:51
The aim of this lesson is to use the film My Big Fat Greek Wedding to engage the pupils in a discussion centred around culture, multiculturalism and integration, using the cultural importance of food as a focal point. The pupils will explain, explore and elaborate on key topics. They will also analyse and reflect as well as use three of the ‘grunnleggende ferdigheter’: å kunne uttrykke seg muntlig, å kunne bruke digitalt verktøy, å kunne skrive. The film is particulary relevant for RM/KOS pupils, but is relevant to all English classes.
firstname.lastname@example.org - 25.05.2016 12:46