展演活動 PROGRAM

親子電影院《淡水河是我家》

親子電影院《淡水河是我家》 Key Version

12/1-12/12(三-日)線上放映

彈塗魚跳跳想要找媽媽

問了好多動物

可是牠們不是被塑膠袋套住

就是被罐頭卡住

忙著解決自己的問題辛苦的不得了

跳跳的媽媽在哪呢?

是不是也被困在什麼地方?

 

《淡水河是我家》為2020年台北市環教繪本金獎繪本,結合手偶與物件劇場形式,以熟悉的淡水河為場景,透過動物們的眼光,童趣詼諧又真實呈現人為發展與汙染如何影響自然生態,帶領孩童一起關心環保議題。


共同創作 / 王詩琪、劉向、羅婉瑜 
影片製作 / 陳冠宇

繪本原著 / 《淡水河是我家》 

原著作者 / 喬莅


囝仔人

不設限題材、場域、形式的可能,回歸單純的「玩」心 。
一如「囝仔人」的命名,我們希望如孩童般,保持童心與好奇,嘗試物件、光影、偶戲的各種形式,盡情探索日常細節作為創作素材,延展物件的想像與創發,戲劇創作外,也研發結合地域特質、文化的主題式兒童戲劇課程教案,以及任何新奇好玩的藝術形式。
臉書:https://www.facebook.com/ginna201608/


繪本原著《淡水河是我家》


作品連結:https://bit.ly/3Ble7p7


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《淡水河是我家》用童趣的方式描述一隻在紅樹林長大的小彈塗魚,想要找到自己的媽媽,同時帶出淡水河沿岸動物們目前與人類共存的生活狀況。希望透過這本簡單易懂的繪本,可以讓更多人親近和學習與我們的母親河共處共榮,更能培養孩子們共同關心這片珍貴的自然環境,並主動參與保育的工作。本作品得到2020年台北市環教繪本金獎。



作者   喬莅

畢業於美國紐約帕森設計學院多媒體藝術碩士,現為圖文創作者。喜歡嘗試不同媒材,感受創作的驚喜,在想像力中畫出屬於自己個性的作品。

2021 「台北繪童話」繪本評審團特別獎

2020 「環境教育繪本嘉年華」環境繪本展

2020 「台北繪童話」繪本金獎

2020  亞洲插畫年度大賞入選

2019  AIF亞洲插畫藝術節—上海寶龍美術館展出


臉書:小栗子の圖文誌 Kuriko & U 


【親子在線上】


在「親子在線上」的系列中,希望能夠讓「玩」,回到更純粹的起點——想像力、幽默感、應變能力。這樣能夠增添心靈韌性的「玩」,在疫情時代,顯得格外重要。

本系列的節目將分為「互動線上演出」與「親子電影院」:「互動線上演出」則將演出的內容,都交由小小觀眾們決定,創作團隊建置了一個可供孩子們天馬行空的表演資料庫,並將根據孩子們的臨場反應,隨機組合表演資料庫的內容,與孩子們共同玩出一個充滿隨機性、趣味又好玩的冒險故事。「親子電影院」則邀請四組創作者,針對社會上的重要議題,以物件、肢體、小丑、逐格動畫等形式,創作內容不僅適合小孩,也適合大人,更適合闔家共賞的影像作品。


本系列節目包括:

親子電影院《想像力的眼睛》

親子電影院《看得見的透明小孩》

親子電影院《眯呼小丑:我們出去吧》

親子電影院《淡水河是我家》

互動線上演出- 蝦子全身變成了雲


策劃團隊:吳孟軒


舞評人、舞蹈構作、獨立策展人。畢業於臺北藝術大學舞蹈研究所,現為藝術團體參零柒成員。近年曾任《Blablabla擴散計畫》策展團隊成員、「編舞性策展:將編舞作為策展方法」研究計畫主持人、臺灣當代文化實驗場進駐Creator、北藝大「妖山混血盃跨域創意實驗室」策展人。


近年關注表演藝術策展、藝術家群集(artists collective)、表演性(performativity)等相關研究,在策展實踐上,主要探索如何將表演作為方法,以靈活、趣味並富有詩意的方式,形成藝術家與社會之間的臨時性社群,擴展對於「共」(the commons)的經驗與想像。


My home, the Danshui River 


A little mudskipper wants to find his mother, but none of the other animals are able to help him. They are all stuck due to damage to their environment from pollution. Can he find his mother? Based on object theater and the use of shadow puppets, the Yinalang.Group brings kids into the fantastic puppet world while raising awareness of environmental issues.


Co-creators / Shih-Chi Wang, Hsiang Liu, Wan-Yu Lo
Film Editor / Kuan-Yu Chen   

Picture Book / My Sweet Home- the Tamsui River 
Author / Chiao, Li  (KURIKO)


Yinalang. Group

Yinalang. Group was founded by stage designer Wan-Yu Lo, producer Shih-Chi Wang, and actor Hsiang Liu in 2017. Yinalang means children in the Taiwanese dialect, which represents our goals of being creative like children, unleashing our imagination when performing with all types of puppets, and exploring daily life with a sense of curiosity.
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[ Family Online Program Series ]


Through the Family Online program series, it is hoped that "play" can return to purer starting points- imagination, humor, and adaptability. Such "play" can increase emotional resilience, which is of particular importance in this pandemic era. This program series includes interactive online performance and family cinema. During the interactive online performance, the content is decided by the audience. The performers and the children watching online play while acting out a random, interesting, and fun story. For the family cinema, four groups of creators have been invited to focus on important social issues and to make use of objects, physical movement, clown show elements, and animation into video works for family viewing. 


The Family Online program series includes the following programs: 

The Eyes of Imagination

The Seeable Transparent Kids

The Clown in the Mist
My Home, Danshui River

A Shrimp Turns Into A Cloud


Curator: Meng-Hsuan Wu


Meng-Hsuan is a dance critic, dance dramaturge, independent curator, and the member of 307 artists collective. She recently hosted, curated, and participated in those project below:  Blablabla project (performance curatorial project). Choreographic Curating: Choreography as Curatorial Strategy (Research Project). As an Art Worker, How Do We Organize Ourselves? (Research Project). TNUA Genie Lab (interdisciplinary art curatorial project).


Meng-Hsuan's interest in recent years including performing art curating, artists collective, and the research of performativity. In her curatorial practice, she is mainly exploring how to expand the imagination and experience of "the commons" through performing and curating, in a flexible, delightful and poetic way.