European Grundtvig Programme (2013-2014)
CAN has been involved in a Grundtvig Programme entitled: exchange of practices between professionals, artists, elected officials, volunteers and citizens around the artistic presence in rural areas of Europe.
This is an international program of learning. The first meeting of the network was held at the Centre for Art and Nature Farrera (May 29 to June 2 Download Program) and received delegations xarxca 4: ET4U Denmark, Z.one Cultural Crossing of Italy's Eau LACHAMBRE Pommerie and France. CAN organized art events 4, 3 of which featuring regional artists and 4th Mountain related to a production created and performed by an artist CAN Vallès. The debate that was proposed was "Research as a tool for local development: Project Iron Woods Valley Ferrera."
After the meeting Farrera have made other Grundtvig program:
- Denmark, ET4U from 18 to 22 September 2013, on the west coast of the peninsula. program)
- In the center of France, La Pommerie, from 6 to 10 November 2013, the Limousin. (program)
- In central Italy, Z.one Cultural Crossing, from 6 to 9 March 2014, in Umbria. (program)
- In Northern France, The Chambre d'Eau, 21 to 25 May 2014, the Nord-Pas de Calais. (program)
Among the four branches of participants, mainly Pallars, 20 people have benefited from learning 7 were local artists and artisans, as they have three elected officials, 6 as cultural and management professionals as 4 activists and entrepreneurs. All these components are also involved in more or less degree in volunteering. Each delegation found the visit to assess and make proposals to apply the CAN, with the aim of improving the programming and operation. The program ends in June with an event / course with 20 participants Catalans. It has a dual purpose: to exchange views among the participants in the various delegations. and use it to make some aspect of training.
Already working in order to continue the program through an Erasmus + to continue studying experiences, analyze the cases and draw conclusions (2015/17).