"Mundo Árabe" (Arab World) is a programme that has been supported by the "Culture 2000" funds of the European Comission. It hosts a wide range of activities highlighting the cultural links uniting the Arab and the Western world.
The workshops "We are all artists", are part of the program of the Region of Madrid "Convivir es vivir" and want to bring children and young people to articulate, through artistic creation, new models of coexistence.
Seven Immigrant Participation and Integration Centres in Madrid are hosting the workshops “Juntos a través del Arte”, a multidisciplinary program for children aged 6 to 13 that uses art as a tool for cooperation.
All 736 members of the European Parliament are addressees of a small publication that seeks to raise MPs’ awareness of an equivalent number of problems relating to social exclusion plus ideas for resolving them.
The show “A ciegas. sobre lo invisible”, is the outcome of a creative theatre workshop carried out with blind participants, actors, professional and amateur dancers at Matadero de Madrid between February and May 2012.
“A ciegas. Lectures in the Dark” is a performance in which blind and visually impaired people perform dramatized readings in darkness. The results are on show at the CaixaForums of Barcelona and Lleida.
vessel is a curatorial collective of Bari, Italy. Its curators, Anna Santomauro and Viviana Checchia have been invited through our networking project Curators' Network. In their three weeks of residency, vessel want to start an intense round of discussion
What is Empower Parents? A working methodology indented to create a learning community among families with sons and daughters with Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD). At Empower Parents, we are working to get museums and cultural institutions to become more
Museo ICO and hablarenarte: have started an international collaboration in the program "Museums Connect" with the Queens Museum in New York, in order to develop a ground breaking program intended for families with children with autism
The exhibition Empower Parents displays a selection of works that were realized by a group of families affected by autism (TEA), who participate in the international project among Queens Museum (NY), ICO Museum and hablarenarte: (Madrid).
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