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!
The publication, produced earlier in 2014 by the Open Method of Coordination expert working group of the European Council, looks at the types of successful practices and partnerships between cultural institutions/artists and other sectors,…Continue
Enabling Crossovers: Good Practices in the Creative Industries in Asia and Europe is a new publication by the Asia-Europe Foundation. It presents 36 good practices within four areas: creative skills, creative…Continue
Our series of blog posts presenting recent work of ICEnet partner organisations continues – this time talking about Vitamine C from Flanders, Belgium.
Vitamine C is a bottom-up platform for all, both in…Continue
Open to: youth workers, trainers, youth leaders using theatre as tool of intervention and coming from Austria, Bulgaria, France, Greece, Italy, Lithuania, Macedonia, Romania, Spain, United…Continue
Write a Science Opera (WASO) is a creative professional development approach to creative, inquiry-based science education informed by the arts. Participants gain first-hand experience creating…Continue
ENSA (l’École nationale supérieure d’art de Bourges; National Art School Bourges) residencies give young artists the chance to carry out personal research projects in association with the school or…Continue