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Inici del curs de l'Escola de Música i Dansa

foto 2022x fi de curs EDMFL'Escola de Música i Dansa de Formentera ha iniciat el curs 2022-2023. Les classes varen començar la setmana passada amb uns 203 alumnes inscrits. En aquesta escola 15 professors, 12 de música i 3 de dansa, s'encarreguen d'impartir estudis oficials de música i dansa d'Ensenyaments Elemental i Professionals no reglats.

La consellera d'Educació i Cultura, Susana Labrador, ha desitjat a tots els alumnes un bon inici de curs i espera que "tots, independentment de l'edat, puguin gaudir i aprofundir en el coneixement de la música i la dansa, de manera amateur o més professional".

En concret s'ofereixen els següents estudis:

ESTUDIS DE MÚSICA:
-Estudis Reglats de Música (a partir de 8 anys)
Instruments: flauta travessera, guitarra, piano, trompeta i clarinet.
-Estudis no reglats (a partir de 8 anys)
Instruments: flauta travessera, flautí, clarinet, saxòfon, trompeta, trompa, trombó, bombardí i tuba.
-Taller de música tradicional (a partir de 4 anys)
Instruments característics del folklore de l'illa: tambor, castanyoles i flaüta. 4 nivells: Iniciació I i II i Continuació I i II.
-Iniciació a la música (de 5 a 8 anys)
Acostament als instruments i al llenguatge musical mitjançant cançons, jocs... orientat per a nens i nenes de 5 a 8 anys.
-Ensenyaments lliures d'Ensenyaments Professionals
Adequats a les necessitats de l'alumne (requisit la titulació d'Ensenyaments Elementals de qualsevol Escola Reglada o Conservatori de l'àmbit estatal).
-Taller de Percussió
Assignatura on aprendràs els ritmes i diferents instruments de percussió.
-Coral Polifònica de Formentera
Activitat gratuïta dirigida a les persones amb inquietuds musicals sense necessitat de coneixements previs de música.
-Banda de música
Agrupació instrumental formada bàsicament per instruments de vent. Consisteix en una hora de formació en grup de l'instrument escollit, una hora de llenguatge musical específic (si no es té cap coneixement de lectura musical) i una hora de banda.

ESTUDIS DE DANSA:
-Dansa moderna: Estudi i elaboració de diferents coreografies utilitzant com a base la tècnica jazz, així com la mescla de diferents estils punters i actuals com el funky i el hip-hop. (A partir de 8 anys).

-Iniciació a la dansa (de 3 a 8 anys): Possibilita els nens i nenes un espai on poder explorar, aprendre, expressar-se i crear a través del moviment, tenint com a base el coneixement del seu cos. Base tècnica de dansa clàssica i dansa contemporània. (de 3 a 8 anys).

-Taller flamenc per adults: A través d'aquest taller es podran aprendre les bases tècniques necessàries per poder ballar flamenc. Col·locació corporal bàsica, voltes, tècnica de peus i identificació d'estils i ritmes. Breu estudi teòric de l'estil escollit per a la nostra coreografia. El taller s'adaptarà al nivell del grup.

-Taller dansa clàssica per adults: A través d'aquest taller es podran aprendre les bases tècniques necessàries per poder ballar ballet. Col·locació corporal bàsica, voltes, tècnica de peus i identificació d'estils i ritmes. Breu estudi teòric de l'estil escollit per a la nostra coreografia. El taller s'adaptarà al nivell del grup.

-Estudis Reglats de Dansa: (a partir de 8 anys). Estan distribuïts en quatre cursos i s'organitzen en les assignatures següents: Dansa clàssica, Dansa espanyola i Música aplicada a la dansa.

Els Ensenyaments Elementals estan fonamentats en l'estudi bàsic de la tècnica de la dansa clàssica, el coneixement de la dansa espanyola i les seves arrels al costat de l'ensenyament de la música aplicada a la dansa. Els quatre cursos que componen els Ensenyaments Elementals de Dansa configuren una etapa de molta importància per al desenvolupament del futur ballarí, ja que aquests anys han de quedar assentades les bases d'una tècnica correcta i eficaç. L'edat idònia per cursar aquests estudis és entre els vuit i els dotze anys.

4 d'octubre de 2022
Àrea de Comunicació
Consell de Formentera

Start of Joan Marí Cardona Local Studies lecture series

foto 2022x jornades estudis localsA lecture given yesterday by Raquel González and Carmen Castelló titled 'Lateen sailing on Formentera: in everyday life and its imprint on society and culture' marked the start of the Formentera Office of Heritage's Joan Marí Cardona Local Studies lecture series.

Day one of the series also served to present the 2018, 2019 and 2020 issues of Formentera, a review revived in the previous two years following releases of updated editions of every issue published since 2015. In addition, as Raquel Guasch, councillor of heritage pointed out, a publication has been put together with the articles that were never presented in 2020 due to COVID-19.

Lectures continue all this week from 7.00pm in the Consell de Formentera auditorium (Sala de Plens). Admission is free and reservations are not required.

-Tuesday: Els pactes successoris: una antiga institució de rabiosa actualitat. (Succession agreements: an ancient institution of current relevance.) Olga Patricia Cardona Guasch
-Wednesday: Formentera a les revistes gràfiques del segle XX. Temàtiques recurrents a les publicacions periòdiques il·lustrades. (Formentera in graphic reviews of the 20th century: recurring themes in illustrated periodicals.) Joan-Albert Ribas Fuentes
-Thursday: Història del paisatge i gestió dels recursos vegetals a la Formentera prehistòrica. (Landscape history and management of plant resources on prehistoric Formentera.) Pau Sureda Torres
-Friday: La pedrera de moles de s'Estufador de Formentera. Correlacions i síntesi de les moleres de Balears. (The grinding stone quarry of S'Estufador, Formentera: current correlations and an overview of the Balearic grinding stones.) Joaquín Sánchez Navarro

4 October 2022
Communications Office
Consell de Formentera

Ten-part 'Xerrades' lecture series runs through May

The Formentera Office of Social Welfare has programmed ten instalments of "Talks for Families and Teachers" (Xerrades per a families i docents), a lecture series running October to May in the Consell de Formentera auditorium. The talks benefit from the collaboration of the Teachers' Resource Centre (Centre de Professorat).

Thursday 6 October at 5.00pm, the first of the talks, 'Screens: tools to protect ourselves from the risks of the Internet', will be given by Lluís Mulero, a cyberactivist in preventing digital addictions.

Rafael Ramírez, councillor of social welfare, described the aim of the lecture series as "helping families and teachers hone their skills to prevent problematic conduct like bullying and drug use". "The Xerrades series is a space for information and training, where experience exchanges and collective reflection serve as tools to improve learning and contribute to children's holistic development", said the councillor.

"Xerrades per a families" programme
6 October: 'Screens: tools to protect ourselves from the risks of the Internet' (Lluís Mulero)
3 November: 'We educate in positive: limits and consequences' (Cristina Torres)
24 November: 'Emotional education: from theory to practice' (Rafael Bisquerra)
15 December: 'Educating in diversity' (Neus Martorell and Carmen Muñoz)
28 January: 'The importance of educating: how to motivate' (Antoni Ballester)
2 February: 'Conflict management among peers' (Judit Besora)
9 March: 'The role of the father in parenting' (Rubén Rodríguez)
30 March: 'How to talk about drugs with youth' (Eva Font)
20 April: 'Educating without screens' (Marta Padra)
4 May: 'The best parents in the world are NOT perfect' (Carles Ventura)

Lectures start at 5.00pm in the Consell de Formentera auditorium (Sala de Plens, venda des Brolls, 7179, Sant Francesc). Childcare will be provided. Interested parties should reserve in advance by emailing educaciosocial@conselldeformentera.cat or calling 971 321 271.


29 September 2022
Communications Office
Consell de Formentera

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Open registration for 2022-2023 Catalan courses for adults

The Language Advisory Service (Servei d'Assessorament Lingüístic, SAL) of the Consell de Formentera is pleased to report that today to 11 October, registration is open for the latest round of Catalan classes for adults. During this first module of the 2022-2023 school year, eleven learning groups will be organised at the A2, B1, B2 and C1 levels to help students prepare for the next round of official Catalan exams, scheduled January 2023.

Raquel Guasch, councillor of language policy, described the aim of SAL as "ensuring our Catalan courses reach as many people as possible. That's why we tailor levels and schedules to the wide demand". Thus, this year classes will be an hour and a half long. As in 2021, learning will take place in the Catalan classrooms of the Espai Cultural de Sant Ferran during two weekly morning or afternoon/evening sessions.

Space is limited and students can only sign up for one group. On conclusion of registration and before the start of classes on 17 and 18 October, students will receive an email confirming successful enrolment in their desired group. Classes are free of charge.

28 September to 11 October
Registration for the courses starts Wednesday 28 September and ends Tuesday 11 October. Aspiring Catalan-language learners can register online through the Virtual Citizen Information Office (Oficina Virtual d'Atenció a la Ciutadania, OVAC) or in person at the Citizen Information Office (Oficina d'Atenció a la Ciutadania, OAC) at Carrer Ramon Llull, 6, Sant Francesc.

During module one, students may be placed in one of four beginners' groups (A2), two B1 groups, three B2 groups and two C1 groups. Information on days and times can be consulted at the time of registration.

Information
Level A2
- Mondays and Wednesdays, 9.15am to 10.45am
- Tuesdays and Thursdays, 9.15am to 10.45am
- Mondays and Wednesdays, 5.15pm to 6.45pm
- Tuesday and Thursday, 7.30pm to 9.00pm
Level B1
- Mondays and Wednesdays, 10.45am to 12.15pm
- Mondays and Wednesdays, 6.45pm to 8.15pm
Level B2
- Tuesdays and Thursdays, 9.15am to 10.45am
- Mondays and Wednesdays, 7.30pm to 9.00pm
- Tuesdays and Thursdays, 6.00pm to 7.30pm
Level C1
- Tuesdays and Thursdays, 10.45am to 12.15pm
- Mondays and Wednesdays, 6.00pm to 7.30pm

Registration: 28 September to 11 October
OAC (Carrer de Ramon Llull, 6, Sant Francesc)
OVAC

Free courses
Start: 17 and 18 October 2022
Location: Catalan classrooms, Espai Cultural de Sant Ferran (former Sant Ferran primary school)
End of courses will be determined based on scheduling of the official exams organised by the Balearic Directorate General of Language Policy.

28 September 2022
Communications Office
Consell de Formentera

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Open registration for 2022-2023 Catalan courses for adults

The Language Advisory Service (Servei d'Assessorament Lingüístic, SAL) of the Consell de Formentera is pleased to report that today to 11 October, registration is open for the latest round of Catalan classes for adults. During this first module of the 2022-2023 school year, eleven learning groups will be organised at the A2, B1, B2 and C1 levels to help students prepare for the next round of official Catalan exams, scheduled January 2023.

 

Raquel Guasch, councillor of language policy, described the aim of SAL as "ensuring our Catalan courses reach as many people as possible. That's why we tailor levels and schedules to the wide demand". Thus, this year classes will be an hour and a half long. As in 2021, learning will take place in the Catalan classrooms of the Espai Cultural de Sant Ferran during two weekly morning or afternoon/evening sessions.

 

Space is limited and students can only sign up for one group. On conclusion of registration and before the start of classes on 17 and 18 October, students will receive an email confirming successful enrolment in their desired group. Classes are free of charge.

 

28 September to 11 October

Registration for the courses starts Wednesday 28 September and ends Tuesday 11 October. Aspiring Catalan-language learners can register online through the Virtual Citizen Information Office (Oficina Virtual d'Atenció a la Ciutadania, OVAC) or in person at the Citizen Information Office (Oficina d'Atenció a la Ciutadania, OAC) at Carrer Ramon Llull, 6, Sant Francesc.

 

During module one, students may be placed in one of four beginners' groups (A2), two B1 groups, three B2 groups and two C1 groups. Information on days and times can be consulted at the time of registration.

 

Information

Level A2

- Mondays and Wednesdays, 9.15am to 10.45am

- Tuesdays and Thursdays, 9.15am to 10.45am

- Mondays and Wednesdays, 5.15pm to 6.45pm

- Tuesday and Thursday, 7.30pm to 9.00pm

Level B1

- Mondays and Wednesdays, 10.45am to 12.15pm

- Mondays and Wednesdays, 6.45pm to 8.15pm

Level B2

- Tuesdays and Thursdays, 9.15am to 10.45am

- Mondays and Wednesdays, 7.30pm to 9.00pm

- Tuesdays and Thursdays, 6.00pm to 7.30pm

Level C1

- Tuesdays and Thursdays, 10.45am to 12.15pm

- Mondays and Wednesdays, 6.00pm to 7.30pm

 

Registration: 28 September to 11 October

OAC (Carrer de Ramon Llull, 6, Sant Francesc)

OVAC

 

Free courses

Start: 17 and 18 October 2022

Location: Catalan classrooms, Espai Cultural de Sant Ferran (former Sant Ferran primary school)

End of courses will be determined based on scheduling of official exams organised by the Balearic Directorate General of Language Policy (www.dgpoling.caib.cat).

 

28 September 2022

Communications Office

Consell de Formentera

Open registration in painting, woodcarving, photography and Catalan for adults

The Formentera Offices of Culture and Education and Language Advisory Service are pleased to announce the island's wide-ranging autumn-winter offer of courses and workshops mixing leisure and education for adults.

Two perennial classics –Teresa Matilla's creation and painting workshop (l'Aula d'Art) and Aaron Keydar's woodcarving atelier– are back. Students in "the Art Classroom" (afternoons November to March, exact times TBA) will explore various painting techniques, creativity, personal growth and emotion. Aaron Keydar has offered his woodcarving workshop since 2014, and the latest round will take shape Tuesday and Friday afternoons from November to March.

This year also marks a return for photographer José Antonio Arribas's course in digital photography. The beginners' course will last twelve hours and run 21 to 30 November. Learning will be both theory-based and hands-on, with students learning a variety of photographic techniques both in and out of the classroom. The course is for people who want to get the most out of their reflex camera or work in depth with a range of photographic disciplines.

Classes are at the new Espai Cultural de Sant Ferran and islanders under 25, retirees and people with an accredited disability of 33% or more enjoy a 30% discount on course fees.

For its part, the Language Advisory Service offers free Catalan courses for adults. Signups start 28 September and run until 11 October.

Early registration
Aspiring students can sign up early at the Citizen Information Office (Oficina d'Atenció a la Ciudadania, OAC) and, online, through the Virtual Citizen Information Office (OVAC) starting 28 September.

26 September 2022
Communications Office
Consell de Formentera

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