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Developing life skills on common grounds to build community resilience
Take this opportunity to join others, make new friends and connections for your future.
Absorb new skills with a hands-on approach, learn side-by-side with others and enjoy the knowledge and experience offered by the experts of the field.
And of course don’t forget to enjoy yourself. Because work, is not all there is to it.
Youth expression and social inclusion
Engage, train and mobilize artists/cultural workers currently in limbo, undertaking an active and leading role as enablers of creative resilience at local level.
Local empowerment and community resilience
Provide life skills to members of local communities through artistic expression, approaching creativity as a resource for building resilience.
Active citizenship and artistic creativity
Connect local artists, community organisations and citizens through inclusive co-creativity hubs, to practically apply life skills through creative placemaking efforts, promoting active citizenship.
Share the love,
Give back to the community
Artists find a leading social role in building community resilience through arts and citizens acquire life skills (self-regulation of emotions, flexibility, communication & collaboration, digital content creation, critical and creative thinking).
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Each artist chose the training module that he deemed most suitable for his sensibility and his practices, and following the course in Brussels he made it his own (apart from the artists Ahad Moslemi and
25 Lisbon residents participated in workshops with professional artists in the context of Come2Art, a project that intends to create a collaborative scheme between artists & community members fostering life skills development and resilience through creative
The Come2art project aims to bring local communities closer to contemporary art by enhancing a collaborative scheme between artists, cultural workers, and citizens. Thus, art becomes a tool for developing cultural strategies that achieve community-led
The project’s vision is to introduce a collaborative scheme between artists/cultural workers currently in limbo and community members, with the aim to promote life skills development through arts and participatory creative placemaking projects (i.e. mural