The project consists in valuing the European culture heritage through visits to museums.
The work takes place over 30 months (almost 3 school years) so that the project not only entertains but transforms.
Intervention with minors in participating schools and participating museums / universities during the three school courses around the theme of European heritage chosen. Talks (experts) will be given and workshops will be held through Art for the internalization of concepts. We will work the disciplines of plastic arts, theater, dance, music and / or visual arts. We estimate the completion of 1,200 hours of workshops and talks. The sessions will be held during school hours in schools and museums / universities, and will be taught by experts in heritage and artists with experience and pedagogical training in formal and non-formal education tools.
To work with families. We also want to involve families in the project, and we want them to carry out work parallel to that of their children (together or separately) in order to promote European historical heritage. There will be talks and practical artistic sessions with families during the three school courses in the disciplines of plastic arts, theater, dance, music and / or visual arts. We estimate the realization of> 100 hours of workshops and talks. The sessions will be taught by experts in heritage and artists with experience and pedagogical training in non-formal education tools.
To work with teachers. We will train the teachers of the participating schools in the contents of the project, since we need their active participation in working with families and children, if we want to achieve a successful project. We will carry out with the team of teachers practical artistic sessions with the families of the participating students during the three school courses in the disciplines of plastic arts, theater, dance, music and / or visual arts, so that they know the same interiorization work that we develop with families and minors. We estimate the realization of> 100 training sessions. The sessions will be taught by experts in heritage and artists with experience and pedagogical training in non-formal education tools.
Non-formal education experts will disseminate the project and the joint methodology developed in their local, regional, national and / or international training meetings. > 9 training meetings will be held for teachers and educational professionals during the life of the project.
Each school carries out each school year an open day, a show Creating Bridges to disseminate the contents worked (through theater, dance and visual and visual arts). Some centers will make a mural in their center, with a wide participation, that collects the identity of the shared European heritage. At least one open day will be held per partner school and per school year.
Preparation and editing of dissemination materials that collect the experiences lived in museums and schools, which will be disseminated through social networks. These videos to model small micro documentaries will show not only the visits but also the previous and subsequent processes of internalization, as well as the artistic shows Creating Bridges. We opt for micromaterials, because we understand that they have much more incidence. In our world we hardly have time to watch a 40-minute documentary but if we make several intense and time-distributed micro-materials we will get much more impact.
Development of audiovisual dissemination materials for project activities, which will be a tool for disseminating the importance of using formal and non-formal education tools through Art to enhance the European common heritage, and will be disseminated through social networks and through the project website and the partners and collaborating entities.
Preparation of a project evaluation report. The report will be prepared by an external company, with the close collaboration of all partner entities and collaborators of Creating Bridges.
Preparation of a didactic document (didactic units complemented with images of the theoretical and practical workshops) of keys and successful educational actions that will be distributed among the educational communities of the 5 participating countries.
Transnational coordination meetings will serve as good practice exchange meetings, and will help to identify the keys to success implemented in each country. Attendees at coordination meetings can see on site.