Technical meeting dedicated to artists, not-for-profit sector entities, teachers, universities and professionals on themes tied to Hip Hop as an instrument to regenerate and rebuild the concept of community in social contexts
THE PROJECT IN DETAIL
To provide value to an exchange between those working in the not-for-profit sector, artists, beneficiaries, local and national institutions.
To investigate, discover and share with other realities working in this sector, starting a public discussion involving local and national institutions
20 actors, dancers and musicians with mental or physical disabilities between the ages of 15 and 40, members of the Accademia Arte della Diversità and the AllegroModerato Orchestra.
As a part of the exchange project with CIES #KeepItReal (LINK), daSud is organizing a technical working meeting in an “assembly” format dedicated to artists, not-for-profit sector entities, teachers, universities and people working in this field in order to discuss, listen, share and delineate visions, problems and other methodological aspects on themes tied to Hip Hop as an instrument to regenerate and rebuild the concept of community in social contexts.
The project also foresees further meetings between artists and associations with local (city and municipal) and national (Ministries of Education and Culture) institutions, as well as entities designated by the Guarantor for Children at the National Youth Agency, with whom to compare the development of educational processes, co-programme and co-design experimental paths, evaluate good practice and identify common operational guidelines.
The daSud Association manages the AP, Accademia Popolare dell’Antimafia e dei Diritti, a residential training model focused on the involvement and exchange between young artists and/or those aspiring to work in the world of musical production and communication – a “start-up” of a permanent mechanism that offers boys and girls living in the eastern part of the Capital the possibility to take part in processes of creative education among their peers
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