ArtescommunityART AS A VEHICLE FOR EDUCATION AND SOCIAL INCLUSION

  1. ARTISAN ENTREPRENEURSHIP EDUCATION

    This example of artisan entrepreneurship education comes from the Polish partner organisation, Lifelong Learning Centre EST. The initiative was launched in 2014 and is expected to continue for at least two years. It involves young unemployed people from the region of Małopolska who have some basic skills in woodworking acquired either in vocational school or through informal learning.
  2. New Bridges to Autism

    People with autism show preference for computing, art activities, music and sports. This project aims to produce teaching and learning materials to implement activities for persons with ASD at local level in clubs, museums, cultural and leisure centers.
  3. Creative Drive

    The aim of Creative Drive is to unite different sectors, institutions and projects of the creative industry within the Euregio Meuse-Rhine. I was not familiarizd with this kind of initiatives and I think they are awsome. Creatives dirves are linked with entrepreneurs, also across borders, in order to use the common potential in a much better way. Take a look to the videos in the project web site!
  4. What is culture? Exploring a new culture playfully

    Responsible organisation’ s name: Elan Interculturel. References: exercise inspired by a proposition from LTS Consulting Bath This activity tackles the notion of “culture” in a playful and personal way to trigger reflection on our own relationship with a given culture, on the different layers of culture: visible layers (such as objects) and invisible...