Partner: AllegroModerato – Sector: Research – Country: Italy – Place: Milan and Matera – Year: 2020-2021 – Project Status: Concluded – Type: AMI
THE PROJECT IN SUMMARY
Monitoring and documenting the experience of the Community Women Opera, which is strongly participatory, as an instrument for strategic support and promotion of the project.
THE PROJECT IN DETAIL
To demonstrate the value of the activity and involve the community in a deeper comprehension of the value generated during the entire duration of the project.
Promote knowledge and interest on the part of potential producers of opera.
About 20 young women (Italian and foreign) at risk of marginalization, residents in the Basilicata, and young migrants staying at shelters for victims of the sex trade or violence, residing in Milan, involved in the Community Women Opera.
The Community Women Opera is a project to elaborate a community lyric opera involving two communities of women at risk of social marginalization: young migrants staying at shelters for women refugees or victims of the sex trade in Milan, and young Italian and foreign women who reside in Basilicata.
The project aims to monitor and document the experience of the Community Women Opera as a means for strategic support and promotion of the artistic and social process. In particular, through the creation of a digital platform and the production and sharing of a video, it aims to monitor and document a year of this creative process, reinforcing the connection between these two communities, enabling them to compare and stimulate each other proactively.
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