STORM+ is the less visible part of STORM. Below are some examples of projects.
What is STORM+?
Beeldende kunst en kleuters
Klassen ontdekken hedendaagse, beeldende kunst in een speels kader. STORMOPKOMST cureert een parcours met installaties, een vaardig educatief medewerker zorgt voor inhoudelijke verdieping en actieve opdrachten.
'Day of The Future' trajectories
MARIA E. ANDRE, ANNA POTSILUYKO
STORMOPKOMST and Cultural Centre De Factorij joined forces to organize 'Day of the Future'. As a trajectory to the festival, two artists: Maria E. André and Anna Potsiluyko initiated a workshop where children were invited to contribute to their final installation.
Human Organ Concert
JO CAIMO, BORIS VAN HEERDEN
Werktank and STORMOPKOMST organized a competition together. Artists could submit plans for a new media installation on the theme of the relationship between man and technology. Centipede Jo Caimo and instrument builder Boris Van Heerden proposed a Human Organ Concert.
STORMOPKOMST produces Working Method by Enkidu Khaled. Enkidu develops a working method for creating new stories in a relatively simple way. The method consists of several modules and can be applied by children and adults.
ALFREDO ZINOLA, MAXWELL MCCARTHY
STORMOPKOMST co-produced the wonderful Nero. An international production for toddlers about the dark.
How far can you think ahead?
SILVIE MOORS, MICHIEL VAN CAUWELAERT
This is the story of an onion. An onion that first inspired illustrator Sarah Fanelli, then captured Silvie Moors and Michiel Van Cauwelaert and, during STORMOPKOMST, was saved from the pan.
STORMOPKOMST brought together teacher training students, teachers from the academy, 291 children and various professionals from the art educational field in a large project on philosophizing and creativity.
STORMOPKOMST invited high-tech theater company CREW for a residency week in 2012. The result? The first child-sized CREW creation.