CREATE: Art therapy as atool for the social inclusion of migrant communities
Is it possible to use art therapy to express yourself and get in touch with other communities?
The public of Terrasini, teachers, educators, third sector organisations, parents and families are warmly invited to the final event of the CREATE – Creative Therapy in Europe project on 12th July 2018 from 7pm at Piazza Duomo, Terrasini, Palermo.
During the event, the community of Terrasini together with art therapists, youth workers, trainers and educators will have the opportunity to discover:
- What is art therapy;
- The different forms of art therapy;
- The experiences of participants in the field of art therapy in mixed and multicultural groups involving migrants and Italians;
- The different art therapy tools developed by the CREATE project;
- The importance of art therapy as a tool for the social inclusion of migrant communities.
Also, the ARTCOM – ART supporting COMmunities through innovative tools for youth work project will be present in Piazza Duomo, with a performance dedicated to the art therapy created in collaboration with African and European participants of the International Training Course aimed at youth workers and trainers of local international communities who work with marginalised young people.
CREATE – Creative Therapy in Europe
Thursday 12 July 2018 | h. 19.00
Piazza Duomo – Terrasini, Palermo
19:00 Welcome and introduction
19:10 Presentation of CESIE
19:20 Presentation of the CREATE project
19.30 Introduction to the Art Therapy performance
19:40 Multicultural performance that will involve 6 different countries: Italy, France, Greece, Zambia, Kenya and Malawi
We look forward to sharing our passion for art therapy with you!
About the project
CREATE – Creative Therapy in Europe is co-funded by KA2 Strategic Partnership for ADULT education action of the Erasmus+ Programme that aims to improve the integration of refugees and migrants with mental health problems through the development of Arts Therapies resources, and developing innovative learning approaches to support the professional development of new and existing Creative Therapists.
The project brings together 7 organisations with specific expertise in the development of training programmes, creative therapies, refugee and migrant support and mental health services.: