Maria Curie je obiskala Slovenijo/ Maria Curie visits Slovenia
Sem Ewelina in sem Poljakinja. Trenutno živim v majhnem mestu v Sloveniji. Sem udeleženka v projektu „Grow with us 2“ v okviru programa Erasmus+ Evropska prostovoljska služba. Projekt koordinira Ljudska univerza Ormož. Moje dnevno življenje se vrti okoli Mladinskega centra Ormož, kjer pomagam pri izvajanju aktivnosti za otroke in mladino. Z mojim kolegom Martejem, prostovoljcem iz Italije, obiskujeva šole na področju Prlekije in se srečujeva z učenci in dijaki. Predstaviva jim Poljsko in Italijo, najini kulturi, jezika in program Erasmus+, ki je priložnost za mlade ljudi, da gredo v tujino, se učijo in pridobijo nove izkušnje.
Pred igro smo prejeli knjižico z kvizi in podatki o Marii. In, začnimo! V knjižnici me čaka križanka o Mariinih raziskovanjih, da jo rešim – v slovenskem jeziku. Zaželite mi srečo.
My name is Ewelina and I am Polish, currently living in a small city of Slovenia. I am a participant in Erasmus+ European Voluntary Service project called „GROW WITH US 2“, coordinated by Ljudska univerza Ormož. My daily life revolves around Mladinski center Ormož, where I support activities for children and youth. With my colleague Marte, volunteer from Italy, we visit schools in the region of Prlekija and meet with pupils. We share information about Poland and Italy, our cultures, languages and about Erasmus+ Programme – as an opportunity for young people to go abroad, learn and gain new experience.
Slovenia surprised me many times – with its delicious food and wine, friendly and caring citizens and beautiful views. In October it surprised me one more time – with a possibility to go to Ljubljana to watch Slovenian theatre play about Maria Skłodowska-Curie, scientist born in Poland.
Maria Skłodowska-Curie was a physicist and chemist, born in Warsaw on 7 November 1867. She and her husband, Pierre Curie worked together on radioactivity which later resulted in a Nobel Prize in Physics in 1903, making Maria the first woman to receive the Nobel Prize. For her discoveries and studies of the elements radium and polonium Maria was awarded the 1911 Nobel Prize in Chemistry. She is the only woman so far, who has been awarded the Nobel Prize twice.
The theatre play is for children and tells a story of Maria, a young governess who followed her dream, moved to Paris to study at university and become a scientific researcher. The stage is simple - showing scientific equipment, Polish and French flag and a portrait of Maria. The story is told by two actors: Tomaž Lapajne Dekleva as a scientist and David Dolamič as scientist's assistant. They interact with each other in a comic way, giving the audience a possibility to be a part of funny, romantic and dramatic moments of Maria's life.
Avtor: Ewelina Sobecka
Novico dodal/a MCO, dne 06.11.2018