Leonardo partnership project “Training Requirements and Key Skills for Artists and other creative practitioners to work in participatory settings“ (TRaKSforA) is a collaboration of partners from seven countries – UK, Czech Republic, Hungary, Netherlands, Norway, Belgium and Croatia – along with other organisation supporting the project work. The main goal of the partnership was to develop a Self-Assessment Competency Framework (SACF) for use by artists and other creative professionals working in participatory settings (such as schools, hospitals, community and youth centres, cultural organisations and others). This has now been successfully finished and is available here.
The SACF has been informed by the work of practitioners and cultural professionals across twelve European countries, and the project activities included regular partner meetings along with practice visits, roundtables and others, making sure that creative practitioners are involved actively too. Along with interviews and roundtables, a small-scale practitioner forum was organised. This was held in Pécs, Hungary, on 11–14 November 2014, and saw twenty creative practitioners from five different countries to work collaboratively in local schools, delivering activities with pupils.
Please find a selection of photos from the practitioners' work in school, the forum and the accompanying activities below.
Photo: T-Tudok, Hungary
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