The International Creative Education Network (ICEnet) is a worldwide network that aims to connect artists and creative professionals to improve the quality of practice and to provide opportunities for cooperation. It focuses on the unique role that creative professionals play in the development of creative skills in children and young people. Our overall concept for ICEnet can be summarised as Unlocking children's creativity, making artists the key.
Welcome to our online platform. Here we encourage you to share your personal experiences, opinions, good practices, photographs, videos and other useful information you come across. You can also ask questions and get advice and support from this growing international network of creative practitioners. Hello and welcome!
Best, next and radical practice in participatory arts is the theme of the third International Teaching Artist Conference (ITAC3), taking place in Edinburgh, 3-5 August 2016.
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Kids learn to make their own unique wax crayon color by mixing different colors (melting and solidifying again). Like in real rock formation cycle. First they must destroy (erosion) existing crayons and mix the them…Continue
Insights into applied visual arts in community-based and socially engaged art, including in education.
Publication of the Faculty of Art and Design of the University of Lapland, Finland. Edited by Timo Jokela, Glen Coutts, Maria…Continue
Hello all ICEnet Members!
Summer is here, but even more importantly, we have great news and we want to share them with you. After two years of hard work, a group of partner organisations within ICEnet finished their work…Continue
24th European Association for Music in School ConferenceLooking for the unexpected: Creativity and innovation in music educationVilnius, Lithuania16-19 March 2016 Submissions are accepted…Continue
Workshop proposals are sought for a Skills Sharing Day aimed at writers who work in schools and teachers with an interest in creative writing. Proposals need to be for a practical, hands-on workshop…Continue
The training workshop will explore the concept of antigypsyism, its manifestations and possible educational responses, while developing the competences of participants to run initiatives and…Continue
The training course aims at developing the competences of practitioners 'to engage and empower young people in their lives, work and communities by using the tools of Nature, Authentic Communication…Continue