The project “Sustainability as the art … of resilience” (www.tenforsustainability.eu/SustainArt.html) has project partners Ten For Sustainability (Project Applicant and Coordinator, Italy), Scientia Nova Associationa (The Republic of North Macedonia), AIFED – Asociacion de Innovacion Formaciony Empleo para el Desarrollo Sostenible (Spain), Challedu (Greece), Geoclube – Associação Juvenil de Ciência, Natureza e Aventura (Portugal), Asociatia de Dezvoltare Intercomunitara Harghita (Romania).
The project is co-financed by the Erasmus+ program of the European Union.
The project stems from the perspective that the resilience literacy, as the capacity of people to creatively adapt, can be activated and accessed by using art and culture contents and toolset as an essential dimension, referring to art and culture both in their universal sense, as well as how to arts-based culture public perception and experience are shaped.
- Exchanging good practices for activation and accession of the resilience literacy as the capacity of people to creatively adapt, using art and culture contents and toolset as an essential dimension, referring to art and culture both in their universal sense, as well as to arts-based culture public perception and experience;
- Reorienting pre-service and in-service training (of educators, teachers and other staff members) within lifelong learning institutions, youth and cultural and creative sectors, to include resilience literacy based upon the connection between sustainability and “pull together” the various disciplinary strands able to give a holistic understanding of a sustainable and resilient future and the role of individuals, communities and nations in a sustainable and resilient world.
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