Adult education will be the protagonist of the Erasmus Days on 10, 11 and 12 October with an initiative promoted by Epale: the European exhibition on adult learning. The exhibition tells through a series of photographs, 28 projects carried out in various countries in Europe to explain the variety of actions in place and the different recipients of third sector organisations, adult schools and training centres, local associations and museums involved.
Active ageing, in prison education, use of technologies by teachers, theatre and arts for inclusion, environmental innovation and enterprises are only some of the themes on which the activities of the projects have been focused.
The exhibition is virtual but for those who prefer, it can be real. The photo panels dedicated to the 28 projects are in fact available online to allow the setting up of the exhibition in as many spaces available to host it. This is a way to gather together in the same place images of adult learning from Europe and realise an event to be diffused during the Erasmus days.
Every organisation in Europe can easily visualise, print out imagines and organise an exhibition set up on the occasion of the Erasmus days of October.
For example we present three of the 28 realised projects:
- iDance – support innovative practices in inclusive dance education (Greece & partner Erasmus+)
- We learn lifelong to serve others. Socially engaged theatrical education (Poland – Bulgaria)
- Museums Art & Alzheimer’s (Marino Marini Museum, Florence – Italy & partner Erasmus+)