Personalities from the cultural, academic, sports and civil society worlds, including Ana Blandiana, Maia Morgenstern, Marian Preda and Medeea Marinescu, send a message of encouragement to children who start school in a few days, in the midst of a pandemic.
“In a year in which there are many uncertain things about starting school and how the classes will unfold, well-known personalities from Romania are with students from all over the country and urge them to look at this new beginning as a challenge, as a lesson in courage, which will make them stronger “, it is shown in a communiqué of the PiArt Vision agency, which initiated the” Calligraphy Hour “project, which is in its fourth edition.
“It is probably the most difficult for primary school children, because they feel the lack of direct contact with their teachers and colleagues the most. Adapting to online courses is a challenge. And the little students must know that they are not alone on this path of teaching. That they have great people with them “, according to the quoted source.
Calligraphy class is a cultural-educational concept that aims to be an encouragement for healthy, thorough education, and which aims to send a message of encouragement and responsibility to children, teachers and parents alike. Traditionally, the project takes place at the beginning of the school year at the Cotroceni National Museum, in the Cherchez Hall, in the presence of students who have outstanding personalities of Romania.
Calligraphy class is a PiArt Vision project organized in partnership with the Cotroceni National Museum and supported by the courier company DPD Romania.