Participatory art

Integration project in Emmaboda

The project “HELLO!”, in Emmaboda, Sweden by The Glass Factory, is an integration project that will develop structures and improve the integration of newly arrived third-country nationals by focusing on language development and integration into the working life. The project

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Integration project in Emmaboda

The project “HELLO!”, in Emmaboda, Sweden by The Glass Factory, is an integration project that will develop structures and improve the integration of newly arrived third-country nationals by focusing on language development and integration into the working life. The project

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Immaterial Monuments, Participatory Art and Community

“Immaterial Monuments, Participatory Art and Community” was a collaboration between art and social sciences faculties with the aim to reach social changes through artistic interventions. The project was initiated by ArtAgent in Stockholm and Refraction Association in Tirana. Specific objectives

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Immaterial Monuments, Participatory Art and Community

“Immaterial Monuments, Participatory Art and Community” was a collaboration between art and social sciences faculties with the aim to reach social changes through artistic interventions. The project was initiated by ArtAgent in Stockholm and Refraction Association in Tirana. Specific objectives

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The Use of Art Where it’s Hard to Talk – 2

19-21 October 2012, Ohrid, Macedonia The Use of Art Where it’s Hard to Talk–2 is a project about participatory art in the Western Balkans. ArtAgents members Lott Alfreds, Helena Byström och Charlotte Åberg has got support viaLott Alfreds production for

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The Use of Art Where it’s Hard to Talk – 2

19-21 October 2012, Ohrid, Macedonia The Use of Art Where it’s Hard to Talk–2 is a project about participatory art in the Western Balkans. ArtAgents members Lott Alfreds, Helena Byström och Charlotte Åberg has got support viaLott Alfreds production for

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