AAA. Accessible Art for All

Artreach

England

2020

Total project grant (euros)

198,600.00

Sub-programme

Culture

Funding scheme

Creative Europe

Call number

EACEA 32 / 2019

Call publication date

10 Jan 2019

Application deadline

27 Nov 2019

Number of partners in project

5

Lead organisation

MUSEO DEI BAMBINI SOCIETA COOPERATIVA SOCIALE ONLUS

Partners

ALTONALE GMH DE

ARTREACH

PAR MUZEIKO FOUNDATION BG

PAR Stiftelsen regionmuseet i Skåne

AAA. Accessible Art for All is a “multi-targeted” cooperation project, led by Explora, the children’s museum of Rome,
together with ArtReach/UK, Altonale/Germany, Muzeiko/Bulgaria and Regional Museum of Skåne/Sweden.
The projects aims to raise the awareness on important messages for future European societies through high quality arts
(visual, digital, street) in toilet venues of museums, festival organisations, schools, stations and other community spaces:
from climate change and environmental sustainability, to the importance of being in the EU, a society which should
always be against bullying and discrimination and inclusive with migrants and refugees.

Toilets in Rome, Leicester, Hamburg, Sofia and Kristianstad will thus be transformed in: TOILETS for future, TOILETS for
the Erasmus generation, TOILETS against bullying and discrimination, TOILETS for dialogue between cultures.
With such important messages for future societies, AAA will enrich the cultural programs of already existing festivals,
empower the local communities, boost carriers’ opportunities for artists and ensure positive visibility of the Creative
Europe program, bringing culture to a new and revised light.

During 18 months, the partners will cooperate in 4 different groups of activities – management, festivals’ preparation and
organisation, audience development and transnational mobility, dissemination and exploitation of results.
3 key priorities will be met: audience development, transnational mobility and capacity building – education and training.
5 festivals, with exhibitions, installations, performances and workshops will run from March 2021, leading to a final event
in Rome in November 2021, involving children, the young, people with disabilities, migrants and refugees.
Together with the partner organisations, a number of local and European associated partners will support the project and
contribute to its visibility.

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