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. Art for Multicultural Communities

    5 partner organizations, experienced in artistic education of communities, using music and/or Playback Theatre for personal and community change, from different parts of Europe, decided to cooperate and experience together how arts can contribute to an intercultural dialogue in their local communities and among themselves. We exchanged diverse ideas and...
  3. ETRA – rehabilitering med fotografi som middel

    ETRA – rehabilitering med fotografi som middel ETRA-projektet sigter mod at bruge fotografiet som middel til at stimulere og fremme positive følelser og læreprocesser hos voksne med sociale og psykiske vanskeligheder.   De vigtigste mål for ETRA-projektet er at: Stimulere empowerment-processer, fremme interpersonelle færdigheder og tværgående kompetencer blandt mennesker med...
  4. Count Me In

    erhvervsrettet uddannelse for mennesker med særlige behov inden for kunst og kultur   Kort introduktion Det helt afgørende indenfor social inklusion er troen på at kunst og kultur er for alle. Projektet skal vise at netop denne sektor har et stort potentiale som ramme for læring og (erhvervs)uddannelse. Målet med...
  5. The European Children’s Travelling Language Library

    Introduction Beautifully illustrated multi-language children books are at the core of the workshop on EuroLib, the European Children’s Travelling Language Library. The books, and the activities created around the books, target children that have recently started to learn a foreign language to: Exposure them to the rich heritage of European...
  6. VIDUSIGN: Video Education and Sign Language

      Vidusign is about the creative use of video for young deaf people aged 15-24 who are in transition from school to work. Video has been used for a long time in connection with sign language but most of the time as a static communication tool. Vidusign is exploring the...
  7. The INSART Project

    The training outlined below is a result of the project "INSART" in which a specialist in Theatre of the Oppressed (Munir Othman) and the intercultural training association (Elan Intercultural) have set themselves to adapt the methodology of artistic mediation developed by Werner Moron and Paracommand'arts the specific in their work with underprivileged youth in Paris.
  8. Le Conte au service de la maîtrise de la langue

    Les ateliers Sheherazade ont été une expérience valorisante et pour les participants et pour les animateurs socio-artistiques. Réalisé à Paris en mars 2013, le projet a permis d’améliorer sensiblement le niveau d’expression orale des migrants d’origines diverses (Coréens, Américains, Italiens, Mexicains, Colombiens, Algériens, Français, etc.) ! Ceci constitue un levier d’intégration fondamentale !
  9. Common places – site specific performance

    „Common places“ Site-specific performance of the „Day and Night in the 7th“ Company in the old Jewish neighbourhood of Budapest The project was initiated by four activists of Marom Budapest Association who previously have launched many formal and informal programs in the “Jewish District” of Budapest (officially: Inner Elizabeth Town)...
  10. 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...
  11. Cine-Train: Film-Making for Educators

    Cine-Train is an international audiovisual workshop programme for educators working in all fields of adult education. Professionals in adult education are taught to produce videos and learn how to use cinema and audiovisual in their educational work. The idea is for them to later pass these skills on to their students.
  12. My Story

    The main focus of the project is to increase adult literacy, foreign language skills and ICT competencies through the use of storytelling techniques and digital story making with an active involvement of learners steering this work and taking ownership for personal progression.
  13. 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.
  14. Art, migration, adaptation pour formateurs

    Introduction L’atelier décrit ci-dessous est le processus qui a eu lieu à Budapest, entre le 25 et le 29 août 2014, légèrement amélioré avec des suggestions des participants et les formateurs après l’atelier. Encore une fois, un grand merci à tous les participants qui l’ont rendu possible. Module 1: coup...
  15. Tárgyak, történetek, színház

    Bevezetés Az itt bemutatásra kerülő munkafolyamat két kétnapos, a Grodzki Színház által vezetett workshopra épül, melyek Írországban kerültek megrendezésre 2014 November 22. és 25.-e között két szervezet, az  ALâ – Adult Participatory Theatre, Arts and Education (Galway) and Clarecare (Ennis) szervezésében. A tréning fő célja annak felfedezése volt, hogyan használhatóak...
  16. 2015 CinAge Conference & Film Festival – Cinema for Active Ageing

    The CinAge Consortium is excited to announce a new film festival and competition for 2015 – the inaugural ‘CINAGE – Cinema for Active Ageing’, on 17-18 July 2015, Northern Film School at Leeds Beckett University. The Conference and Festival will bring together filmmakers, researchers and international colleagues from across Europe...
  17. 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”...