ArtescommunityART AS A VEHICLE FOR EDUCATION AND SOCIAL INCLUSION

  1. looking for (arts based) research partners

    Dear community members, we are looking for partners from Poland or Czech Republic to make together an arts based research. Our Arts Based Research (ABR) group is working in ELTE (University in Budapest), on the faculty of special education. We try to organize an international research on the field of art...
  2. Creative Connections

    prima in assoluto logo Capture Creative Connections has developed the use of an online art gallery, the Connected Gallery, which includes a multilingual facility that gives new emphasis to the ‘voice of the child’ through art, citizenship and digital media.
  3. Borders – art in prison

    The project Borders was born from the desire of Lieux Fictifs to create a dialogue between the prison and society, prisoners and free citizens, inside and outside. In a society increasingly divided up and individualistic, it is necessary to examine the boundaries that separate and divide subjects,: social, geographical, cultural,...
  4. Join the Circus! training on social circus for youthworkers

    Artemisszió Foundation together with INCA network organised a training course bringing together 22 participants and 3 trainers from 8 different countries. The aim was to create a useful and innovative training through circus arts, to support cultural diversity and fight against social exclusion. The main goal was to encourage active...
  5. Against Exclusion

    This project "Against Exclusion" brought together people who worked closely to activate socially and culturally excluded groups; the project worked with Teachers/Trainers and disadvantaged Adult Learners and provide a real platform to engage these adult learners through various forms of art, drama, film, photography, theatre, drawing, music, dance and crafts.
  6. ADESTE – Audience development in Europe

    the project Bringing in new audiences and retaining loyal followers is crucial for the health and sustainability of the cultural sector. With the complexity of such a challenge how can Europe support cultural managers and practitioners responsible for attracting audience development? What are the skills and attributes these “audience developers”...
  7. CRED/ability

    Developing accredited training programmes for delivering arts in prisons European research reveals the invaluable role that the arts can play in the rehabilitation process. Despite this, outside of Britain, there are few accredited training programmes to prepare artists for work inside prisons or to formally accredit staff already using the...
  8. Project UCAY

    The aim of Urban Culture and Youth (UCAY) is to acquire knowledge from European good practices in the field of culture and youth, and then to use this knowledge in developing training programmes for (semi) professional practitioners who work with (high-risk) urban youth through sports and the arts. The main...
  9. Aspire 2 Create

      ASPIRE2 CREATE (A2C) addresses the problem of an absence of a training and competency framework for European organisations in the partner countries in one of the EU’s growing economic and employment areas – the Creative and Cultural Industries (CCIs). It takes as its starting point the innovative Competency Framework...
  10. Theatre for Roma Inclusion

    Theatre for Roma Inclusion 21-28 May, 2014 Youth in Action 3.1 Training and Networking Project Theatre for Roma Inclusion was training course (TC) based on using non formal education, theatre and creative methodology tackling issues of anti-discrimination, minorities and inclusion in working with Roma youth. The main objective was to...
  11. Generations in Dialogue – A project model

    “The bracing climate, which is formed in such mixed groups, is beneficial” (Generations in Dialogue, participant aged 65 years)   In the project “Generations in Dialogue” that was realized from January 2010 to June 2011, the potentials of dialogue in the active media work were tested and evaluated for the...
  12. 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.
  13. RIGHT – promoting global citizenship education through digital storytelling

    The thing that I like the most about the RIGHTS project is that it seeks to implement an innovative and very pedagogic methodology. I believe that this is a very good approach that can easily help to promote the Education for Global Citizenship. Through the use of digital storytelling approach (DST) - I never heard about something like this either- they expect to enhance interactive teaching and learning across secondary schools in Europe. Let's face it, massive open on-line course and social media (like this one) are among the things we should start getting used to...
  14. IMAGES & IDENTITY – Improving Citizenship through Digital Art

    This almost futurist project links the disciplines of Art and Citizenship education using digital technology as a means of expression and communication. Beware: if you want to contact the coordinator you should do it only by e-mail -it is an on-line University. They believe that it is through the exploration of ways in which discussion and production of visual images can contribute to Education for Democratic Citizenship (EDC). Go to the link of the project website: there are plenty of ressouces for teachers such as guidelines, case studies and lessons!
  15. E.T.R.A.

    Short introduction E.T.R.A. – Education Through Re-habilitative outsider Art photo The ETRA project was involved in the rehabilitation area: here photography becomes gaming experience, leaving freedom of expression and creativity to be true possibilities without receiving personal judgments, or conditionings. The goal was to communicate the immediate and authentic thoughts...
  16. Count Me In

    Short introduction At the heart of social inclusion is a belief that arts and culture are for everyone. The project wants to demonstrate that this particular sector has great potential as a framework for vocational education and training. By exploring different practices and methodologies to be found throughout Europe and...
  17. Digital storytelling

    to find – to tell – to share We all like telling stories. We all wish to leave traces for the future. Everyone has a hidden, buried story. By the digital storytelling anyone can find their own voice. Project framework Divers funding programs (EU Grundtvig Lifelong Learning, Leonardo, Learning partnership,...