Beginning of November, 6 enthusiastic people decided to travel from Romania to a little town on the South Coast of Spain to embrace new adventures and discover both their inner and outer creativity. The YE Creative Spaceship gave us the opportunity to experience different layers of expressing ourselves and communicating with a group of 30 people from various countries.
As we were partners in a super project we present you “Diversifi3D” Eramus+With great success the Diversifi3D project finalized at the end of August 2018, leaving participants from Spain, Lithuania, Armenia, Romania and Greece with the best memories and impressions on 3D printing and exhibiting prehistoric objects. More than 42 youths aged between 15-22 years old, came to Drama region to set their hands on 3D printed cultural objects, promoting diversity and intercultural dialogue.
The Association of deaf and hard of hearing is implementing another project within the scope of Erasmus+ program since May 2018 under the title „Youth (work) without borders“. It’s a training course funded by Agency for mobility and EU projects through Erasmus+ program.
TC “Youth (work) without borders” aims to enable participants to explore and develop the understanding of the concept and factors of youth work and non-formal learning. It will address the need present throughout whole Europe for competent nonformal education practitioners in civil society (youth workers, trainers, facilitators, youth leaders) who will be equipped to run educational activities for youth based on the values of the European Union and the Council of Europe, tailor-made for their local realities and the needs of specific target groups.
Our partners from Greece prepared a super cool youth exchange called Diversifi3D, that will take part in Petrousa Dramas in August 2018. 7 youngsters and one leader will discuss about the need of human to express himself through Art was developed quite early in human time, which is reflected in the rock paintings and cave paintings dating up to the Paleolithic period (30,000-10,000 BC). The same art forms are found scattered across the globe, which connects the people of that era in an unexpected way.