Drawing assignment: What is made?


Creative #tekenopdracht for #basisschool or #thuis from the series #fantasiekaarten - Yes.
Look at the picture. You see different things. Put your imagination to work. What is being made? Draw, color, sketch, paint, clay,... or write about it. #thuisleren #thuisonderwijs
 
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Tania Kross is Carmen
About the performance With exceptional success, Tania Kross fulfilled her childhood dream: a specially adapted version of her favorite opera Carmen. The performance received wonderful reviews and received a lot of support everywhere. Tania knows how to drag the whole of the Netherlands into this love story full of passion and betrayal. Georges Bizet's masterpiece with all the famous arias and melodies seems to be able to keep the minds pretty busy in a fresh, modern style.. The title role is written by Tania: she turns Carmen into a fiery and powerful, independent woman. As Tania says, “I decide where I go, I decide who I fall in love with, I decide who I am.”. After performing Carmen at, among others, the State Opera Stuttgart and at the prestigious Glyndebourne Opera Festival, Tania made a tour of sold-out venues throughout the Netherlands with this version made especially for her. Arranger Thijs Borsten combined the brilliant music of Bizet with influences from flamenco, the fiery dance from the southern provinces of Spain where the story of Carmen takes place, making a sparkling, contemporary version of Tania's favourite piece. Tania Kross is assisted by Dutch soprano Francis van Broekhuizen in the role of Micaëla and tenor Charles Hens as Don Jose. We see Carlos Denia, one of Spain's best flamenco singers, as toreador Escamillio. About Tania Kross Born in 1976 in Curaçao, Tania Kross sang in all major concert halls in the world, including in Paris, Salzburg, Vienna, and Carnegie Hall in New York. She has previously performed Carmen's title role at Staatsoper Stuttgart, Latvian National Opera in Riga and at the prestigious Glyndebourne Opera Festival. Kross is a welcome guest on television, and with verve she shows her love for music to a new audience.
My Dolls,
#yoorsapril2021 I loved them when they were ready. I thanked my mom because as a child to keep me busy and not being uneasy in the leisure time she took me with her to her craft workshops.. Before they were a nuisance, today I value it and treasure it because it was a wonderful gift from the best mother in the world, mine. Every stitch was a constant learning because I wanted them perfect and with every mistake or failure they were teaching me how to shape them.. All three are equal and different, unique and wonderful. Together they are the best sample of women's beauty because it doesn't matter the skin color, hair type, body shape, scars (they have them in every stitch of their body by the thread that shapes them), what really matters is what they show, what they transmit. My mom didn't know years ago - I won't say how many but the 30s pass - I didn't know the concept of Sorority or Empowerment, but it was what she and her friends were doing and what she transmitted to me so that I now do it with my daughter.. I can't take her to workshops because the pandemic locked us up, so the workshop is home and now we make candy and dolls.. She is happy because she has “many dolls that Mom made and they are the most special ones”, I am because it will be three generations to whom she will unite the spirit of creating and believing that dreams are built with a constant trial and error.