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What’SAP

The What’SAP project is a 2-year international project co-funded by the Creative Europe programme of the European Union. It is based on the exchange of the methodologies between the four project partners from Hungary, the Czech Republic, Serbia, and France.

The What’SAP project is a 2-year international project co-funded by the Creative Europe programme of the European Union. It is based on the exchange of the methodologies between the four project partners from Hungary, the Czech Republic, Serbia, and France.

The expectation of social changes is an eternal issue, it is always crucial to have professionals who can facilitate and promote changes through art. What’SAP aims to promote the acceptance of socially aimed art practices as a unique and specific profession all over Europe.

From knowledge exchange to the 2-week long training process, regular work and artistic creation, our aim is to exchange the existing knowledge of the partnering organizations incorporate the theoretical and practical knowledge, develop an easy-to learn professional method by experiences and feedbacks, and discover new techniques for involving participant audience into socially aimed creation and intercultural dialogues.

The partnership stands from socially engaged cultural organizations from Hungary, Czech Republic, Serbia, and France, who aim to continue their socially engaged artistic work with the local underprivileged communities (Roma youth, disabled adolescents, and refugees). The youth are involved in artistic creation during a local artistic work and a 2-week long International Youth Art Camp, which provides possibility for mobility and unique international experiences for them, while the created participative performances promote social changes through art.
The project has two main artistic outputs: collective creation, resulting in an Immersive Theatre Performance, which is created and acted by underprivileged adolescents and professional experts together; and Educational Performances which keep children as a target audience, but the performances are acted and created by professional actor-teachers. Both type of performances is represented in each partnering country for disseminating the project in a professional and a public audience level.

PROJECT MANAGER

Katalin Gordos, Anna Seress

PROJECT PERIOD

2020-2022

PARTNERS

Archa Theatre (CZ)
DK-BEL Compagnie (FR)
Kulturanova (RS)