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05 Apr 2011

Call for Applications: Art Diversity & Integration - subsidised course in Paris

Art, Diversity & Integration fully subsidised
5 day course in Paris, September 2011
Elan Interculturel


Application Deadline: 29 April 2011 Course Dates: 9-13 September 2011

Vera Varhegyi

Elan Interculturel
88 Avenue Ledru Rollin
75012 Paris

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Art, Diversity & Integration is a 5 day long fully EU subsidised course designed for art and education professionals.
In 2011 Art, Diversity and Integration will run in Paris 5-9th September 2011, applications closing 30 April, 2011.

The course is designed to assist educators, curators and professionals involved in migrant and community programs to:

• develop new models and approaches to deal with challenges of bringing contemporary audiences to art and bringing art culturally diverse audiences;
• explore how engagement with art can be a catalyst for social cohesion and peaceful coexistence and enables people to extend their cultural boundaries;
• build resources, skills and opportunities to develop new approaches and paradigms in addressing new audiences;
• work with art as a forum for intercultural dialogue and the socio-political importance of art in development of civil society in a culturally heterogeneous Europe.

Professionals working in institutions involved in art adult and secondary education Adult education institutions, Museum educators and curators; Cultural centres, Community and Migrant centre management, Social workers involved in education activities, in the EU (and other elgible countries* except France) will have their full cost of participation subsidised by the Gruntdtvig mobility grant (this includes cost of travel, accommodation, per diems etc).

To be eligible participants must submit an application by 29 April 2011 to the Grundtvig National Agencies in their country please find following the list of contacts: 


The course is intended both as a formal learning programme and a forum for sharing experiences and developing ongoing projects with colleagues in one of worlds most artistically, culturally and ethnically diverse cities.

*Grundtvig eligible countries: Austria, Belgium, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Italy, Luxembourg, Portugal, Spain, Sweden, The Netherlands, Bulgaria, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Estonia, Hungary, Iceland, Latvia, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Norway, Poland, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Turkey, United Kingdom

Please contact course co-ordinators Vera Varhegyi <> and Valerie Kabov <> for details of the programme and for assistance with the grant applications.