Structured with immersive indoor and outdoor experiences, field work and public presentations, the "School of Disobedience" is helping participants to push themselves out of their comfort zone, transform their imagination and open themselves to new forms, aesthetics and inspirations. During the classes they use different artistic techniques and tools to generate both new works and seeds for the work they are in the midst of creating. They are doing performances, including dancing, storytelling, and puppet theatre, drawing and writing, video, gifs and photography within immersive, intensive and experimental contexts. So as to stimulate different parts of the brain and the body, they move back and forth between moving, writing and drawing. They also receive one-on-one mentoring (including critical feed-back in the analysis, application of the method and the clarity of details) during the development of their own original artwork.