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CERAMICOOP – Ceramics and culture creating intercultural friendships and international co-operation.

This project is oriented to use ceramics as a tool for comparing the cultural experiences of the participants and to provide new points of contact and synthesis between different forms of expression. The guiding principles of this mission are:

  • The use of some of the ceramics techniques that are characteristic of the region hosting the project, Faenza;
  • A reference to strictly contemporary forms of artistic expression.

The project is a collection of workshop activities, guided tours, and moments of sharing and reciprocal knowledge through the medium of ceramics.

Practical objects and sculptures will be created in dialogue with and under the supervision of prestigious master ceramists from Faenza who will guide the participants in the technical production of their works.

The ultimate practical objective will be the staging of an exhibition that consists of all the works produced by the participants during their week of residence in Faenza.

The European Route of Ceramics Association is lead partner of the project; the other partners are the Saules Skola Support Society (Latvia); the Benyamini Contemporary Ceramics Center (Israel); the Youth Spirit Center (Jordan).

Ceramicoop started in 2020, as a 1-year cooperation project, co-funded by the European Union under the Erasmus+ programme. The mobility activity of 2020 has been postponed due to the pandemic situation.

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WalkEUR

The aim of the WalkEUR project is to strengthen the European Cultural Routes of the Council of Europe through the development of joint strategies based on four main pillars:

  • Sources
  • Citizens involvement
  • Cultural management
  • Cultural marketing and storytelling

Activities will encompass digitisation through training and capacity building activities, exchange of experiences, pilot actions and the development of a guide to help promote synergies and new working methodologies in these fields among the routes.

Partnership:
The the European Routes of Charles V is lead partner of the project; the other partners are the European Route of Jewish Heritage (AEPJ), the European Route of Ceramics, and the Atrium European Cultural Route.

WalkEUR has started in 2020, it is a 2-year cooperation project, co-funded by the European Union under the Creative Europe programme.

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Circular Cultural Tourism

“Circular Cultural Tourism” aims to work with young workers from six different European countries, but also with workers related to Circular Tourism, supporting sustainability, heritage and tourism

They will participate in a training course in which they will improve their skills related to the promotion of sustainable entrepreneurship and creative economy among young people. In relation to this, participants will also learn different ways to value and promote European historical traditions and how to use them as economic, touristic and cultural opportunities for professionals and young entrepreneurs in their respective territories.

“Circular Cultural Tourism” has two main objectives for the young workers participating in this training project:

  • To promote sustainable tourism through the circular economy
  • To promote cultural tourism in order to better preserve culture and heritage.

The European Routes of Charles V is lead partner of the project; the other partners are the European Route of Ceramics; the Bulgarian Youth Association; the European Route of Jewish Heritage (AEPJ); Centro Culturale Einaudi; Grm Novo mesto – center biotehnike in turizma.

Circular Cultural Tourism has started in 2020, it is a cooperation project, co-funded by the European Union under the Erasmus+ programme.

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YOUTH4CULTURE

The project works on the exchange of best practices in the promotion of civic involvement and specially of youngsters, exploring how to adapt those good practices to the different contexts of the Cultural Routes.
The main topic is the youth involvement on cultural promotion and cultural tourism , by engaging the participation of local communities and youth in cultural heritage promotion.
Partnership:
The the European Routes of Charles V is lead partner of the project; the other partners are the European Route of Jewish Heritage (AEPJ), the European Route of Ceramics, and the Route of the Olive Tree.
WalkEUR has started in 2022, it is a 2-year cooperation project, co-funded by the European Union under the Erasmus+ programme.