VIVITA is an international childrens and youth creativity accelerator and one of its studios — child friendly workshop-inventing lab, VIVISTOP is also in Estonia, Tallinn. VIVISTOP Telliskivi opened it’s doors in November 2018. Our goal is to offer children a creative environment where they can independently use different tools, materials and machines and through that turn their dashing ideas and dream projects into reality.

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VIVITA’s educational technology software and hardware tools for prototyping, robotics and other creative activities.
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Design Sprint creative thinking workshops.
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Free flow moments.
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VIVISTOP Telliskivi’s makerspace, woodworking area and robotics corner.
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Creating new solutions for Prisma Familymarket.
  • Makerspace: wide tinkering area with tools, stage with audio mixer and lightning, arts area, sewing and crafting area, laser cutter and 3D printing, robotics and drones. The whole space is easily transformable into a wide auditorium.
  • Innovation workshops: Workshops conducted by VIVITA team (designers, engineers, producers
  • Workshops conducted by VIVITA members — ie workshops conducted by children themselves: VIVITA members are conducting workshops on different subjects, starting from arts ending with science. All the activities are also explained how and why things happen.
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Children-led workshops in Seoul, South-Korea. Worksop was led and conducted by 10-year-old VIVITA Estonia member Karolin.
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Christmas decorations in Fotografiska Tallinn Cafe area.
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Making of the Christmas decorations from Nordhale production waste.
  • sewing materials, crafting materials (textiles, threads, felt, leather, filling materials, wool, fitting dummies etc)
  • art making materials (paper, brushes, gouache, acrylic paints, watercolours, glue, glue sticks, washi tapes, glitter etc)
  • production waste- different types of production waste, that would otherwise be sent to utlilize.
  • tablets, where children can use the VIVITA software for robotics, laser cutter, stop-motion movies etc.
  • laptops and desktopswhere children can learn and practise different digital skills — coding, 3d modelling, data mining etc.
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BMF professor Dirk Hoyer and illustrator Sirly Oder conducting a workshop.

Kids and Youth Creativity Accelerator

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