Mary Jordan: The Water Tank Project

Mary Jordan, artist and founder of Kau Arts Academy in Estonia has come up with a new water tank project this summer based in New York City. The idea will be to transform the water tanks scattered across the city, and transform them into contemporary piecse of art in order to change the way people […]

Collage Arts Apprentices Working in Rome

This May, 9 apprentices from collage arts participated in the 2nd EuroAspire Mobility Trip with Mulab in Rome. Learning basic Italian, arriving on location gushing with excitement and immersing themselves into the Italian culture. Read more about their amazing experience here!

New Leonardo Lifelong Learning Programme Launched

6 January 2014 – New Leonardo Lifelong Learning programme launched with 4 ECLN Network partners and 2 new partner organisations.  The project will develop, share and transfer innovative training models for trainers using non-formal learning in the cultural and creative industries.  Led by Collage Arts with Rinova, Prostor Plus, Kau Academy, Materahub and RDA Senec-Pezinok […]

Foundation ARTeria

24 June 2013 – Foundation ARTeria have presented the aims and objectives of the ECLN project over 3 Debates organised in the region of Silesia.  Several politicians took part including the representatives of the voivodeship office, the Marshal office of the Silesian Voivodeship, Members of the Parliament and members of European Parliament) as well as […]

Foundation ARTeria’s New Article

1 June 2013 – Foundation ARTeria have submitted an article to the bilingual magazine BEDRIFT advertising the ECLN project (Polish/English). The magazine is distributed in Poland, Belgium, Germany, Italy, Great Britain and Georgia using the partners of the Foundation.                Link to BEDRIFT magazine             Link to the June 2013 issue

ICUD EU Social Rights Project

14 February 2013 – ICUD (Internet: Creatively Unveiling Discrimination) EU social rights project launches in Rome, led by CEPS Spain with Collage Arts, URV, PACT, PLS and CIES. The project will look at digital discrimination using social networking sites and the impact on young people.  Read more