Already on April 6, we invite you to watch a spectacle that will help to understand the world of people with the autism spectrum. It is with us, in the space of the shopping center, that you will be able to “touch” the world of autism. On the Stage in the Gallery, at +2, at 11:00 am, for the first time in the shopping gallery will be staged the spectacle “Undiscovered World” directed by Maciej Cierzniak, prepared by the Entertainment Theater from Chorzów. It is a journey to an undiscovered, alien to the “average” man, the world of people from the autism spectrum. A world as difficult as it is fascinating. Here you can see the everyday life in which ordinary, sometimes trivial things grow into big problems. It is also an interesting, unique world, full of passion, from which many discoveries were born. Travel to the “Undiscovered World” will allow you to understand the functioning of people with autism spectrum, and thus – accept.
– The performance is directed to everyone. Parents, teachers and pedagogues will help to better understand children and their “difficult behaviors.” Peers will teach support and acceptance to a friend or colleague who sometimes behave in a way that is incomprehensible to the environment, thus preventing aggression and stigmatization. different way – not better, not worse, but just different – says Katarzyna Niemotko from the Metis Regional Methodological and Educational Center in Katowice – The scenario of the performance was based, among others, on my many years of experience working with children from the autism spectrum. how to receive, perceive and experience everyday situations such a person.The scenario also used real stories told by parents of children from the spectrum – adds Anita Wieloch, teacher-consultant from the Metis Regional Methodological and Educational Center in Katowice.
The performance will be staged on the Stage in Galeria Katowicka at the level of +2 at 11:00. Admission is free. A short lecture on the functioning of people with autism spectrum in public space will take place before the performance.