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Products made during the pilot sessions will be represented in multimedia formats, including photography, audio and video.
Resource for trainers working in youth integration. The manual will be a report of the project and the training programme developed during the project.
At the end of the project a final conference and an exhibition will be organised in Berlin to bring together trainers and other stakeholders involved in Adult education and to show the artistic works.
Are you between 16 and 25 years old?
Are you unemployed and are looking for a new challenge?
If yes, then INSART is for you! Selections have started for the 75 participants to our socio-artistic workshops. These will be held in Berlin, Liverpool, Liege, Paris and Palermo from July till December 2014 and will last approx. 35 hours. Our artist-facilitators will guide you through a creative process which will bring you to give an artistic shape to an idea, an intention. If you’d like to take part in one of the ateliers, send us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org . Be ready for a life changing experience!
The workshops included training on the basis of intercultural psychology as well as a socio-artistic training through which each participant developed its own artistic video-performance, starting from a personal idea. Thanks to this training, the five artist-facilitators will elaborate on their own artistic workshop, to be carried out in each participating country with 10 to 15 young job-seekers.
The artistic workshops in Palermo, Berlin, Liverpool, Lièges and Paris will be carried out in August, September, October and November 2014, each with a different kind of art form. Recruitment of the 15 youngsters is bound to start soon. Stay tuned for the call for participants!
For further information on INSART, please write to email@example.com
Between the end of June and the beginning of July 2014, the five artist-facilitators will be in Liège for the residence-training, in preparation to deliver the local pilot sessions. During the residence, they will be introduced to the principle of the intercultural approach and to the socio-artistic methodologies developed by Les Ateliers d’Art Contemporain.
Each partner interviewed two local stakeholders in the field of Youth employment in order to identify best practices. The report will be here soon!
The kick-off meeting of the INSART was held on 8-10 January 2014 in Paris, France. The project, involving a Consortium of 5 organizations, will aim at giving better employment chances to young marginalized or migrant people aged 16/25 (the so called “NEET” group: not in education, not in employment, nor in training”).
As youth unemployment progressively increases across the EU, social exclusion and marginalization are causing deleterious consequences on youngsters: lack of confidence and motivation, despair and economic complications. The INSART project will tackle these issues using an innovative methodology that merges artistic pedagogy and intercultural psychology.
After an initial state-of-the-art survey and research on the inclusion of marginalized or migrant youngsters, pilot sessions consisting in an artistic process will take place in each participating country and will involve 10 to 20 youngsters. Such sessions will enable participants to use artistic techniques (drawing, dance, music, videos) to get in touch with their personalities, inclinations and desires. The artistic results of these pilot sessions will then be exhibited at the final conference in Berlin.
Through INSART, project partners believe that marginalized youngsters will receive the necessary tools and training that will enable them to empower them in a new and yet more efficient manner, revealing the powerful role art has in all situations and for all kinds of recipients.
This project has been funded with support from the European Commission. This communication reflects the views only of the author, and the Commission cannot be held responsible for any use which may be made of the information contained therein.
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