Episode 2

Georgina Kakoudaki on how students find their voice in theatre.

Published on: 8th November, 2022

Georgina Kakoudaki is a theater director and pedagogue in Greece.

Georgina has a big love for working with young adults. Kids from 14 or 15 should learn how to speak their minds and voice their opinions. Georgina tells us about how she approaches this work in the project: Theatre within the walls.

'Theatre can be a safe environment where you can confront yourself, explore different sides of your personality. The arts can give you a safety net, where you are allowed to think differently and experiment with thought and opinions. This is vital at the age of 14.'

You can find Georgina or more info about her project through the following links

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tapping into creativity
stories about creative learning in the classroom and beyond
We bring stories about the magic that happens when creativity, art and education meet. Stories about creative learning from diverse European projects in schools and beyond. Stories about what happens when artists work with young people. We talk to teachers, artists, scientists, policy makers and children about the importance of creative education. Listen to the show if you're looking for inspiration for your own practice.

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