Are you trainer, educator, artist or youth worker interested in the intersection of art and interculturality, and in making art a source of developing motivation, engagement and autonomy? If so, come and join us in Berlin at the INSART international training!
The project INSART Insertion des jeunes défavorisés par l’art managed by a partnership of 4 organisations from Germany (BERLINK), France (Elan Interculturel), Italy (CESIE) and the UK (Merseyside Expanding Horizons) will come together to deliver a special five-day international training and conference on art mediation and interculturality at the Arena Treptow, Glaushaus in Berlin on 9th – 13th May 2016!
Please click here to view a short introduction of the facilitators involved in the training.
This event is FREE of charge, lunch and coffee breaks are also included.
To view the training agenda and to register your place, please click here!
The LLP Grundtvig-funded project INSART is an innovative project which aims to provide real opportunities for personal and professional development for disadvantaged young people and young people from immigrant backgrounds across 4 European countries – through artistic experience. The project is innovative because it demonstrates how artistic techniques can give confidence to young people, and support them towards the labour market, developing their non-cognitive skills within a non-formal or informal environment as opposed to formal academic environments which are inaccessible to the target group.
If you would like more information about the international training and final conference in Berlin on 9th -13th May 2016, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.