We have started our work with connections to many more organisations and individuals from across Europe. Why not join us? There is no cost to register and get connected!
- Do you devise or produce artistic or creative work that generates income for you?
- Are you an individual artist or creative freelancer who shares your artistic practice with other people through mentoring, coaching or training them?
- Are you from an artistic or cultural organisation that works to develop young artists or supports a broader range of people of different ages and abilities to learn through engaging in arts and creative activities?
- Do you enable or supervise other artists or creatives to learn how to effectively transfer their practice to others in different learning situations?
- Are you an artist who uses the arts to support people to learn in order to realise their individual potential and to develop social skills?
If you would like to know more about the Network and receive future bulletins and alerts:
email us [email@example.com]
or register your details at ECLN Network Register
The European Cultural Learning Network project has 12 founding members representing 11 countries, who are working as partners to implement the ECLN project work plan. These partners are:
For over 25 years, the lead partner, Collage Arts have created opportunities for greater participation in the arts and creative industries for the whole community through a range of innovative learning programmes (designed to help excluded groups re-engage with learning and enter vocational training and employment in the arts and creative industries), business support services, facilities and resources. From two derelict and unusable buildings, Collage Arts have developed a community of over 200 artists and creative businesses, based in the heart of Wood Green’s Cultural Quarter in North London. Collage Arts’ vision for the Chocolate Factories has been the creation of a vibrant centre in the creative industries where people from all social backgrounds can participate. www.collage-arts.org Mulab, founded in 2004, is an association of professionals and experts working across the field of culture in the areas of research, promotion and production, networks, consulting and vocational training in the Cultural and Creative Industries. Mulab’s approach has a strong international dimension and uses its wide experience to help people gain training and professional recognition. www.mulab.it www.viauc.com www.asceps.org www.dimitra.gr www.fundacja-arteria.org, take time to see also a short film (PL/EN: http://fundacja-arteria.org/?pid=5) or pecha-kucha (EN: http://fundacja-arteria.org/plikiarteria/file/pecha%20kucha%20EN_indd.pdf)
Kunstbedrijf Arnhem believes that art and practicing art, touches, inspires and connects. In real live art and creativity gives meaning to society. Art shows new angles and offers multiple perspectives to look from for everybody. But especially for young people art participation contributes to personal development: It is a means of expression, personal development and community involvement.
“Hope for Children”– UNCRC Policy Center is an non-profit institution based in Cyprus. We work on humanitarian and development policy relevant to the defense and promotion of children’s rights; research; grassroots program design and implementation; advisory services; and integration of unaccompanied children.
Rinova is a social enterprise that supports the development, implementation and evaluation of innovative partnerships in the following areas:
– Skills and Learning
– Arts, culture and the Creative Industries
– Social Action and Social Inclusion
– Entrepreneurship and economic development
We do this in a number of ways, including:
• Funding development
• Partnership management
• Learning Design
• Capacity Building and Training
• Promotion, dissemination and quality assurance
• Research and evaluation
Mitra is the sun god in Persian mythology – the protector of truth, friendship and love. Mitra, Development of Audiovisual Culture and Intercultural Dialogue, is an organization that create inter-generational and intercultural dialogue, promotes social inclusion through media activism and practical use of digital democratization, empower young and old alike for media participation. Organizing international documentary workshops, concerts, culinary art, photo exhibitions, public documentary screenings. Running DOKUDOC International Documentary Film Festival: www.dokudoc.si; Silver Stories, EU partnership of digital storytelling: www.silverstories.eu; 1001 Nights of Persia, presenting Iranian culture and representing Iranian minority in Slovenia. Mitra is an active partner of the European Cultural Learning Network, connecting cultural organizations and cultural artists in Slovenia. www.mitra.si
This project is funded and supported by EU Leonardo Lifelong Learning Programme