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Are you a teacher? Do you work with a group of young people? Are you active within a cultural association? If so, participate in the fourth edition of Next Generation, Please!. 

Next Generation, Please! gathers a mix of artists, performers, musicians, youngsters, politicians and intellectuals who spend a year collaborating, attending activities (debates, film showings, performances, etc.) and creating a work of art. The project revolves around the concept of shared ownership, and this gives the youngsters a voice in every step of the process. Their artwork is shown to the public at an interactive exhibition in April and May. This project seeks to acquaint young people with societal themes. We want them to see that their voice can be heard in a democracy in which socially-aware young citizens increasingly participate. We invite them to philosophise, make critical assessments and formulate ideas and opinions, which they can then translate into creative work for a multimedia presentation, along with the artists, politicians and intellectuals who mentor them.


Deadline: 19 August 2019


 

Would you like to know more about Next Generation, Please?

 


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