A picture or view can sometimes say more than a thousand words! Join us and immerse yourself in a world of imagery and body language, a world of artistic expression. To some of us, colour and canvas are what the stage and drama are to others. But one thing is always expressed in both: creativity and emotion! The children get to work with various materials that teach different colour groups and colour schemes. Different methods of painting give rise to first sketches, then portraits and impressive landscapes. Because every human being is an artist in their own way.


Creative Painting & Drawing - from 7 years

Mimodrama - from 8 years

Creative Painting & Drawing

from 7 years

in cooperation with Faber Castell

Once just a white sheet, now a work of art! Utilising different techniques, everyone will learn to let their creativity run free.

Price: €45 per month, 90 min/once a week

Lecturers and coaches

Uta Tebel-Barth

“Science is the mind of the world, art is the soul.” After completing her studies, Uta's path took her further and further into the artistic realm. Working with a tri-national theatre project awoke Uta's passion for painting. She is impressed by how painting helps children to see the world with open eyes and how they try to recreate what they see on canvas.


from 8 years


Lecturers and coaches

Ucha Birkadze

The art of pantomime has accompanied Ucha Birkadze all his life. Born in the capital of Georgia Tbilisi, he graduated from the State University ‘Shota Rustaveli’ in theatre and film with a focus on pantomime. Until 2000, he was actively working as leading actor at the State Theatre in Tbilisi, until he then took the lead role in the theatre ensemble ‘Momodram’ in Germany. During his time in Germany, Ucha was able to put on numerous performances on major stages. He has already participated in major productions at Europa-Park among other things. Since 2007 he has been self-employed as a dance teacher for mimodramatic dance and choreography. In 2015 he founded the dance school ‘Storydance Art’ in Freiburg with his wife Ekaterine Robakidze..

Ekaterine Robakidze

Like her husband and coaching partner Ucha, Ekaterine was born in the capital of Georgia in Tbilisi. Already at the young age of 5, she became passionate about dancing. She joined the folk dance ensemble as a soloist and solo dancer and later, at the age of 18, began her diploma career as a ballet dancer at the Tbilisi State Choreographic College. After graduating she worked as a dancer and character dancer as well as soloist at the ‘State Academic Theatre’ for opera and ballet Tbilisi. In Germany, she learned pantomime and worked thirteen years as a leading actress, solo dancer and as a choreographer. She is the recipient of several international prizes, i.e. the gold medal of the state competition in folklore dance of St. Petersburg (Russia).