Dace Paeglite and Dace Pudane, from Lat-InSEA, invite InSEA members to join the Project Social Posters by children and teen agers. The project intends to create a virtual gallery of children and teen agers' views about social concerns using graphic communication. Posters can be printed by the participants' teachers/educators to set exhibitions with the posters from different countries in their schools/educational settings.
Last July, two exchange students from the University of Lapland (Finland) held a ten day photography workshop in Yekyundyu, a village of 350 inhabitants in Sakha Republic, Russia.
Translation is Dialogue and Prison Outside invite submission of artworks from incarcerated people, ex-convicts, and anyone affected by imprisonment.
The multi-disciplinary exhibition- CALL FOR WORKS
This exhibition will make use of the translation process as we will interact and create new artworks in the gallery space and online. The work on view will encourage the audience to prompt dialogue, inspire thoughts, and creatively activate the space. This call is open to all ages.
What to send:
Aya Katagiri, Maria Letsiou, Bernadette Thomas Mobilemovie project is a research project undertaken by three art teacher from three different parts of the world, Japan, Greece and Germany. During the 2013 - 2014 academic years, their high school students have been involved in producing video art. The art creation is the result of three-step teaching tasks derived from the students’ virtual interaction.
An exchange project between two European universities by Seija Ulkuniemi . Faculty of Education, University of Lapland, Rovaniemi, Finland and Alfredo Palacios Garrido. Cardenal Cisneros University College, Alcalá de Henares, Spain
PAPRIKA: A cross-cultural visual communication exchange project for teachers-in-training. An international educational project with elements of contemporary art. Contemporary Art in the teacher training.
The Art Lunch Project is a pilot study involving international collaboration of art educators and teachers. The main aim was to compare approaches to teaching the common theme of an art lunch. Lessons organized around this theme took place in both art and interdisciplinary lessons in schools in nine countries.