1. Art, migration, adaptation for trainers

    "Art, migration, adaptation" explores how engaging in artistic creativity can be transformed into a personal, social or intercultural creativity and bring new perspectives, new energy, autonomy in the process of adaptation to a new environment. Participants of this course are usually trainers, educators and artists, working with foreigners, migrants, any kind of global nomads. The methodology used is non formal, connects to theories and dynamics of adaptation and interculturality, and is rooted in a variety of art branches. The course is the fruit of the two years long collaboration "Ariadne" which took place between 2011 and 2012, offering a variety of art workshops to newcomers in Spain, France, Hungary, Greece and the UK. Ariadne's partners were Universidad Complutense de Madrid, Artemisszio Foundation, Momentum Arts, Osmosis Intercultural, TAN Dance, The Fine Arts de portent of the University of Peloponnese and Elan Interculturel.

    Cartoons, caricatures and comics are an excellent medium to explore stereotyped perceptions of other cultures as well as provide pathways to engage learners in collaborative projects. They are a way to describe emotions, feelings or situations, to tell stories or to illustrate a point of view on current social, political or cultural topics. As such they can be used for teaching a wide range of subjects for learners of all ages and education levels. Working on stereotypes we can recreate a more adequate picture of other ways of thinking and behaving.
  3. Ariadne training for adaptation

    Working with migrants or other marginalized communities? Interested in learning methodologies from the field of Art? Want to join an interesting international training, sharing your ideas and doubts, listening to others? If your answers are YES! you should join our Ariadne training! The methodology of the course is a) competence...
  4. FRATT – Fighting Racism Trough Theatre

    The FRATT project study and compare different ways to face racism. The objective is to improve the practices of trainer in order to create a global approach of this theme. I believe that this can improve the minorities capability to react against racism and discrimination.
  5. P.IN.O.K.I.O.- Pupils for INnOvation as a Key to Intercultural and social inclusion

    The project “P.IN.O.K.I.O. - aims at promoting intercultural dialogue and creativity against social exclusion using literature and children’s stories from different cultures as well as web 2.0 tools in order to create a methodology for teachers of nursery schools or primary schools to improve intercultural dialogue among children and their families through school activities.