CHIEF aims to build an effective dialogue between young people,
education practitioners, civil society activists, community leaders and
policymakers in order to facilitate a future of Europe based on
more inclusive notions of cultural heritage and cultural identity.
Cross-national synthesis analysis of practices and experiences of cultural literacy in formal education (D2.3)
Cross-national synthesis analysis of practices and experiences of cultural literacy in formal education will be delivered in collaboration with leads of WP3 in M30. D2.3
Observing Georgian Street Artists: Young People (Attempt to) Leave their Footprint on the Urban Environment
Graffiti and street art is a quite novel form of expressive culture in Georgia. Despite the fact that the first pieces of street art emerged in Georgia in the late 1980s, the scene has not grown rapidly until recent years.
On 23rd October we held the first of a series of workshops with stakeholders in Coventry. The workshop explored how young people experience and participate in culture and included discussions on barriers to participation. We were thrilled that young people could attend along with partners working in the youth and culture sectors.