At the planning meeting on 12th June for UK participants on the forthcoming study visit to Lithuania, we agreed on the following questions that will help to focus our research and discussions:
“How do creative arts projects address the universal challenges of fostering well-being, inclusion, resilience and resources?
How do voluntary sector organisations support this?”
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Notes from the evaluation session undertaken by the UK participants on August the 7th 2012.
Impact on our thinking and practice:
27th June 2012
Nida Art Colony
Contemporary art practice and art-based radio broadcasts – Neringa FM – on-line to the world but is in Lithuanian language only.
The colony is a department of Kaunas University – the ‘Klaipeda dept’. Linus = manager for 5.5 years, but the new centre opened only 1.5 years ago.
The centre is aimed at 20 – 30 year old art students, and provides live-in [...]. Read more
The study trip through Lithuania was full of personal enrichment and wonderful new experiences.
Overall the study group looked at communication and participation within communities.
However, my interest and observations were drawn to and, focus on young peoples desires to become involved or otherwise in community activities and projects.
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