The COVID-19 epidemic is having a fundamental impact on the European cultural and creative industry which is especially true for vulnerable groups like artists with minority background. To reduce the damage and draw attention to the problem, we want to create a cross-sectoral educational cooperation that introduces the culture and art of European minorities (religious, linguistic, ethnic, cultural) to young people through innovative and creative art educational methods.
The “Stories of Freedom” project would like to commemorate the period of the totalitarian regime in Hungary from the perspective of counterculture and artistic resistant on the 75th anniversary of the end of the WWII. The project contrasts the cultural repression of the communist past and the democratic pluralism in the Transatlantic community. In this effort it is essential to raise awareness of these democratic values for younger generations.
myPart – Participatory Approaches in the Civic Education with and for People with Intellectual Disabilities. Article 29 of the UN Convention on the rights of Persons with Disabilities states that people with disabilities have the right to fully participate in political and public life. But still, people with intellectual disabilities face severe limitations in exercising their political rights due to various situations. The project myPart aims to enhance political participation of people with intellectual disabilities.
Project "EUnderground" wants to bring the history closer to young citizens with a very unique topic which has received less attention so far. The project reveals a hidden and less accessible cultural heritage of former socialist countries: the field of underground cultural movements in Eastern- and Central-Europe between 1948-89. The project title refers to the alternative cultural movements at that time as very important means of cultural opposition of the civil society in the Eastern block.
NEUROANDRAGOGY AGAINST EXCLUSION project is coordinated by Społeczna Akademia Nauk from Poland in partnership of organisations from Austria, Czech Republic, Greece, United Kingdom and Hungary.
The project "Migrant's etude" is addressed to 36 youngsters aged 15-25 from Poland, Turkey and Hungary. Participants should be theatrically talented and also desire to promote and publicise the problem of migrants in their countries. It is one of the biggest problems of contemporary Europe.
The project is addressed to 28 young people from Visegrad countries, taking part in an 9-day workshop on pinhole photography in Poland. Youngsters are going to creatively construct a pinhole cameras using cans, boxes, other recycling stuff, and also some photosensitive paper, with the use of which they are going to take photos on location. Their works will be crowned with the local exhibition in one of the city galleries on the last day of the workshop.
Videogames have started to be used in the classroom with learning aims beyond fun and entertainment: they are not only tools to teach advanced logics, strategy, design, storytelling or programming but an obvious source of employability for learners: videogame industry is the number one creative industry in the world. However, what remains certainly unexplored is the possibility of guiding teachers and learners to create adapted videogames to their own needs for educational and training purposes. In order to help this process, CO-GAME proposes to take as a point of departure the historic
Aiming in creating the infrastructure to support and ensure the sustainability of European Film Education, we have developed an Action Plan: FILM PATHS to be realized by a trans-cultural network. Greece - THESSALONIKI FILM FESTIVAL, Poland - SPOLECZNA AKADEMIA NAUK and Hungary - LATERNA MAGICA, will contribute valuable insight, methods of practice, experience and consultation while they will reassess and expand their own policies.
The main aim of the project is to reveal the relationship between the modern and the traditional art in the fields of applied arts and design. The project wants to study the artistic tradition in European countries and to show how these ancient motives, symbols and techniques influence some contemporary artists. This project will demonstrate how a common heritage in Europe can participate in a better historical understanding and intercultural dialogue among European citizens.