Abstrakte Kunst in Bewegung

PUNTO Y RAYA JUNIOR 2019
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    Punto y Raya and CeTA join forces once again to coproduce a new PyR Festival, on this occasion, in its JUNIOR format.
    Based in Barcelona, MAD is a non-profit association devoted to cultural engineering through the development of projects involving Art, Science and Technology.
    Based in Wroclaw, CeTA (Audiovisual Technology Center) is an innovative cultural facility working in the field of new visual technologies, primarily for use in cinematography.

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    PUNTO Y RAYA FESTIVAL   2nd Junior Edition

    This extension of Punto y Raya Festival follows the same spirit and features the same activities as the “senior” editions of the world benchmark for Abstract Art in Motion. The difference is that the contents are MADE BY CHILDREN aged under 13 years old.

    The second PyR Junior edition took place October 4 - 6th 2019, hosted and coproduced by CeTA (Audiovisual Technology Center) in Wroclaw, Poland. The Call for Abstract Short Films closed on August 5th, with the participation of children and schools from 10 countries / 28 cities.

    Other activities included live performances -also produced by children, under the guidance of international professionals-, workshops exploring various disciplines, interactive installations, guest screenings, and numerous creative and playful activities to enjoy with the family.

    Zeremonienmeister
    Anna Skubik
    Anna Skubik

    Artist, actress and performer. She graduated from the Polish Academy of Theater in Wroclaw, in the Puppetry Department. She has been awarded multiple times in Poland and abroad, and in 2013 she was awarded by the Government of the Lower Silesia for her achievements in the field of culture.

    Arkadiusz Cyran
    Arkadiusz Cyran

    Graduated from the Krakow’s Academy of Dramatic Arts (Wrocław branch), Arkadiusz is a film and theatre actor, instructor, director, poet, and playwright. He writes and directs for Dolnośląski Teatr Młodego Widza, and has appeared on numerous films and tv-series.

    Aktivitäten Programme

    Junior International Showcase

    This International Showcase features shortfilms created BY children under 13 during workshops held at collaborating institutions, and by various individuals. We received 80 films from 12 countries in our 2019 Call for Entries. 74 films were chosen for this showcase, produced in 24 cities from 4 continents. The films were structured into four screening reels.

    Screening-Rollen  >   Junior International Showcase
    Amusing & Surprising
    Colour & Composition
    On the Edge
    Visual Music
    GASTPROGRAMM

    We kicked off the festival with the short films created by children during the Kropka i Kreska: Lower Silesia in Abstract Film educational programme. We hosted retrospectives by Halo Echo International Festival and Galeria Entropia, with films created BY children in their workshops. Introduced by curators Aniela Lubieniecka and Alicja Jodko, respectively. And the Kinowa room featured dozens of abstract shorts made by children and professionals for family audiences.

    GAST-PYRFORMANCES

    LIVE audiovisual performances BY children under the guidance of first rate professionals. Local artists DAKA (PL) premiered their visual music trilogy Musical Miniatures; the Usaginingen duo (JP) explored the poetic battle between day & night with creative gadgets and their prototype instruments; and AHomeInProgressFilm (ES) cast dreams frame by frame, turning reality into a fascinating oneiric world.

    OFFENE AKADEMIE

    Workshops zur Gestaltung von abstrakter Kunst für Kinder jeden Alters, die an unserem Veranstaltungsort CeTA und nebenan, im Four Dome Pavilion (im Museum für zeitgenössische Kunst), sowie dem Breslauer Zoo, stattfinden. Die Disziplinen waren Animation, Bildende Kunst, Fotografie, Tanz, Musikkomposition und erweitertes Kino.

    INSTALLATIONEN

    Im großen Has Studio und in der Haupthalle von CeTA werden Installationen gezeigt, die von Kindern und auch Profis erstellt wurden, um uns bei der Entwicklung unserer Abstraktionsfähigkeit zu helfen. Das reicht von Variationen von Videospielen wie Pong! und Tetris bis zu abstrahierten Tierkissen, von immersiven Screenings zu Mega-Strukturen aus Bausteinen: Über 1.000 Besucher haben es gewagt, in ganz kleinen, wie auch ganz großem Maßstab zu spielen, zu teilen und zu verändern.

    PERMANENTE STATIONEN

    An diesen Stationen in der Haupthalle konnten die Besucher wunderschöne Muster, Motive, Formen und Farben auf Papier, Leinwand, im dreidimensionalem Raum oder sogar auf ihrer eigenen Haut erstellen. Sie haben auch kollektive Animationen gestaltet und zusammen mit anderen Festivalbesuchern gearbeitet.

    AKTIONEN

    Led by our wonderful MC Anna Skubik, we welcomed the audience introducing the participating artists, followed by the screening of the "Making of PyR Junior 2019", with excerpts from the activities carried out throughout the year to produce the festival contents. For the closing event on Sunday evening, after handing out the Audience Awards and numerous gifts, we celebrated with an odyssey through homemade holograms, guided by AHomeInProgressFilm (ES) and other professionals participating in the event.

    FRüHERE WORKSHOPS

    Hosted by museums, art centres, foundations, elementary and animation schools, summer camps, galleries, and other institutions working with children, this series of workshops and educational activities took place during the first semester of 2019 in near 20 cities. The young participants explored many techniques, themes and approaches to the creation of abstract art through photography, fine art, music, videogames, animation and video mapping. The resulting works take part in the Official Showcase or the installations at Has Studio.

    Mitarbeiterinnen und Mitarbeiter

    CeTA



    Generalitat de CatalunyaMinisterstwa Kultury i Dziedzictwa Narodowego

    OKISJapan FoundationFour Domes PavilionZoo WroclawKlockowniaHalo Echo

    Galeria EntropiaStara KopalniaMBPAcademy of Fine Arts and Design WroclawZakamarkiZnak

    BobokiDwie SiostryAutorskaPanato SitoFood Think TankMPK



    MEDIA PARTNERS
    www.wroclaw.plTVP3Radio RamRadio WrocławMiasto Dzieci



    PREVIOUS WORKSHOPS
    OKISFour Domes PavilionAkademia Doktora KorczakaStara KopalniaHuta JuliaHydropolis

    Bolesławiecki Ośrodek KulturyMuzeum Miedzi w LegnicyFundacja BazaltInstytut im. Jerzego GrotowskiegoAcademy of Fine Arts and Design WroclawHalo EchoGminna Biblioteka Publiczna w Czernicy

    Fabryka Animacji FANToon ClubMD Herramientas EducativasLa Casa EncendidaAnimadebaDA2MARCO

    Museo de Arte Abstracto Español de CuencaFundación NMACCCCBCDAN. Centro de Arte y Naturleza

    Veranstalter_in
    Ana Santos
    Ana Santos
    Direction & Production

    BA in Graphic Design and Photography. She manages  web content & design, and curates animation-themed showcases for various Spanish institutions.

    Founder member of MAD, for over 15 years she's been developing projects related to Arts, Science and Technology.

    Nöel Palazzo
    Nöel Palazzo
    Direction & Production

    Screenwriter and researcher. She occasionally delves into making experimental videos and animations, and lectures and writes essays as a film critic. A couple of her short films have been awarded internationally.

    Since 2008 she's been a member of the iotaCenter's Advisory Council (Los Angeles, CA) and coordinator of the Spanish speaking community at the Visual Music Village.

    She acts as a juror for various international film & animation festivals, and curates special programmes of avantgarde animation.

    Monika Łuszpak-Skiba
    Monika Łuszpak-Skiba
    Head of Production & PR / Chief Curator

    With a background in Fine Arts, Monika has an MA in Cultural Studies from the University of Wroclaw, Poland.

    She worked in project development, cultural management, and marketing for various multinational companies. Since 2016, Monika is the project coordinator of the educational department at CeTA (Audiovisual Technology Center) in Wroclaw, organising courses and workshops, and implementing training programmes for professionals in new media and the film industry. She occasionally lectures and contributes papers on various art subjects.

    In 2018 Monika Łuszpak-Skiba joined the organisation team of Punto y Raya, coproducing the eigth edition of PyR Festival (CeTA, 2018) and producing and co-directing the second JUNIOR edition one year later, at the same institution.

    In 2020 she founded the non-profit association PyR LAB Poland, devoted to the education, preservation and promotion of abstract fine arts, film, and new media, both in Poland and abroad.

    Edyta Gabała
    Edyta Gabała
    Festival Coordinator

    Edyta is a graphic designer and landscape architect with a master degree from the Wroclaw University of Environmental and Life Sciences.

    She is the Artistic Project Coordinator at CeTA Audiovisual Technology Center.

    Arleta Staszak
    Arleta Staszak
    Local Communication

    Arleta holds a master's degree in Journalism and Social Communication from the University of Wrocław.

    She worked as a senior account executive at Ego Public Relations from 2009-2013, and collaborated in various festivals such as Wro Biennale and New Horizons.

    Since 2014 she is the PR and Marketing Specialist at CeTA (Center for Audiovisual Technology) in Wroclaw, where she handles media relations, internet marketing, and public communication, preparing advertising materials and cooperating with graphic designers and printing houses.

    Agnieszka Szarmach
    Agnieszka Szarmach
    Festival Coordinator

    Education Project Coordinator and Marketing Specialist graduated from the University of Wroclaw. She also has a master in Film Studies.

    Agnieszka works in the education department at CeTA Audiovisual Technology in Wroclaw, where she also designs and implements workshops and courses, and coordinates the cooperation with universities and other cultural and commercial institutions.

    Dariusz  Jackowski
    Dariusz Jackowski
    Technical Coordinator

    Multi-instrumentalist, improviser, and specialist in the field of application of generative systems in music & audio programming. He collaborated with many renowned artists, musicians and composers, including Paweł Hendrich, Cezary Duchnowski, Andrzej Bauer, Rafał Augustyn, Krzysztof Wołek, Kostas Georgakopulos and Ainina LeGardon. He performed, amongst others, in the Musica Polonica Nova, the ISMC World Music Days, and the Avant Art festivals.

    He teaches sound synthesis at the Institute of Computer Science of the University of Wrocław. He is the author of scientific papers for prestigious conferences, including the International Computer Music Conference.

    He is also the originator of various types of innovative projects combining music and modern technologies.

    He works at CeTA in Wrocław, where he continues his research, collaborates with artists, carries out sound synthesis workshops, and conducts improvisational orchestras.

    Veranstaltungsort
    CeTA
    CeTA  Audiovisual Technology Centre
     Wystawowa 1 51-618
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    CeTA (Audiovisual Technology Center), is an innovative cultural facility working in the field of new visual technologies, primarily for use in cinematography. Heir of the exquisite legacy of the Wrocław Feature Film Studio (1954-2011), it houses sound stages, chemical labs, scenography workshops, actors’ dressing-rooms, props and costumes. Around 500 films were made in the Wrocław studio, many of which took a permanent place in the history of Polish cinema. 

    Cybulski Studio
    Cybulski Studio
    With 250 seats (accommodating +350 standing spectators), here we'll be hosting our Official, Parallel & Guest Screenings, as well as the live PyRformances.
    Kinowa Room
    Kinowa Room
    This gorgeous screening room will be the home to our JUNIOR Academy Programme and other special screenings.
    This room has a special place in history: here, eminent Polish directors like Wojciech Jerzy Has, Stanisław Lenartowicz and Sylwester Chęciński sat to watch the first versions of their films.
    Has Studio
    Has Studio
    This top-notch film studio, equipped with a 330 sq m greenbox studio, bluebox studio with system motion control, a sound studio, computer labs and much more, will accommodate JUNIOR installations.
    Foyer
    Foyer
    An ample space right at the entrance, ideal for group activities and workshops. This space will host our four Permanent Stations, and various joint actions and meetings points.
    LAB # 1
    LAB # 1
    A workshop room where we will host some of the educational activities. It is located on the first floor.
    FunLAB
    FunLAB
    Another of the special rooms for group workshops, located on the first floor and with a capacity for 25 people.

    Organisiert von

    mad

    CeTA

    In Zusammenarbeit mit

    Generalitat de CatalunyaMinisterstwa Kultury i Dziedzictwa Narodowego

    OKISJapan FoundationFour Domes PavilionZoo WroclawKlockowniaHalo Echo

    Galeria EntropiaStara KopalniaMBPAcademy of Fine Arts and Design WroclawZakamarkiZnak

    BobokiDwie SiostryAutorskaPanato SitoFood Think TankMPK



    MEDIA PARTNERS
    www.wroclaw.plTVP3Radio RamRadio WrocławMiasto Dzieci



    PREVIOUS WORKSHOPS
    OKISFour Domes PavilionAkademia Doktora KorczakaStara KopalniaHuta JuliaHydropolis

    Bolesławiecki Ośrodek KulturyMuzeum Miedzi w LegnicyFundacja BazaltInstytut im. Jerzego GrotowskiegoAcademy of Fine Arts and Design WroclawHalo EchoGminna Biblioteka Publiczna w Czernicy

    Fabryka Animacji FANToon ClubMD Herramientas EducativasLa Casa EncendidaAnimadebaDA2MARCO

    Museo de Arte Abstracto Español de CuencaFundación NMACCCCBCDAN. Centro de Arte y Naturleza