The aim of the Creative Change project is to develop the skills of adult education project staff to embrace the use of creative project methodologies, digital tools and collaborative strategies which will help them move from narrow process-oriented work to broader people-centred, impact-oriented practices.
Eszter has been working with us for over two years but some of the details about the motives and inspiration behind this initiative were news to us too. So we looked behind the scenes at Careers in the Common Good with her:
Careers in the Common Good (CCG) was created out of a desire to contribute to a more open, innovative Eastern Europe. Our mission is to inspire the youth of Central and Eastern Europe to apply their passion for the enrichment of their communities: there are as many paths as there are people, and we seek to empower young adults to find the path that is right for them.
We are 10 years old! And we want to celebrate this special occasion not only with our blog, which started in January, but also with an exhibition (virtual, according to the current situation) and four related talks.
This ten day event is designed for young adults in the region to acquire vital skills for the 21st century job market, to learn about the UN’s Sustainable Development Goals, to reflect on their career paths and goals, and to be able to implement hands-on practices to initiate local change.
MUSE.ar is an international project that connects cultural and creative sectors with the aim of bringing artists – and thus arts – closer to museum collections by trial a digital application. This tool will provide an opportunity for artists from different backgrounds to build their own narrative for museums and visitors, using a digital collection.
Pro Progressione seeks for one (1) artist residing in Hungary, and working in the fields of painting, sculpture, graphic design, fashion design and craftwork, to participate in the fourth and final art residency of the ECHO II: Traditions in Transition project.
The Cultural and Creative Sectors are experiencing a period of profound change. New challenges keep rising, but the capacities to respond keep shrinking. To avoid skills mismatch of Cultural professionals in the future, education must keep up with the fast-changing conditions.
Pro Progressione seeks for three (3) artists that reside in Hungary, and work in the fields of painting, sculpture, graphic design, fashion design, craftwork, and mural, to participate in the first three (3) art residencies of the “ECHO II: Traditions in Transition” project (one artist in each art residency).