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Join our online course “Teaching Artivism”!

E-learning
23 September – 11 October 2024 | Moodle platform (online), Netherlands

During this course you will, among a broad range of learning objectives, understand in depth what Artivisim and Storytelling  is, how powerful it can be, how to use it and at the end become an Artivist yourself.

Our course “Teaching Artivism” does exactly that: Through artistic and philosophical know-how, participants will get the opportunity to utilize their creativity as a tool to inspire awareness and motivate genuine change in the world.

Do you know what ARTIVISM is?

Artivism is a conscious combination of art and activism and is adopted to demonstrate a productive and value-loaded attitude to engage in social issues through art projects.

Artivism, a union of the terms art and activism, describes the unique approach to apply creative methods to make a non-violent yet ever so efficient political statement.

Main goals of the Training Course:

  • to foster capacity building in youth workers of the cultural and creative sector or artivists
  • to stimulate creativity, curiosity and self-confidence in expressing your own social identity

Duration: This course is a course of 10 sessions (days) with a two week break after the 5th session. Each session will be 3 hours.

Facilitated by : Antonij Karadzoski and Galo de la Huerta from Stichting art.1 (stichtingart1.nl)

More: Teaching Artivism Syllabus

Apply: https://form.jotform.com/240794574113054

Call on SALTO Youth: https://www.salto-youth.net/tools/european-training-calendar/training/teaching-artivism-online-course.12307/

Teaching Artivism is part of a work package that belongs to an Erasmus+ project, named “Let’s Go Beyond Talk: Turn Quickly Into Action!+ (from here on LGBTQIA!+)” (2022-2-IT03-KA220-YOU-000100764). The LGBTQIA!+ project is coordinated by Associazione Culturale Communia (Ancona, Italy), within the framework of the Erasmus+ Programme KA220 Cooperation Partnerships, aims to boost the social inclusion of LGBTQIA+ community members in partner countries (Italy, Poland, the Netherlands and Spain) and at the EU level.
Participants are entitled to receive a Youthpass certificate from the organiser, for recognition of their competence development during the activity.

 

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