“In my Art” video-tools
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The “In my Art” guidelines (IO3) are made of text and videos. The output is the result of a participatory process and it is designed to describe how to use the Training Programme (IO2) and facilitate the implementation of art-based initiatives inspired by the “Arte Migrante” method in multicultural communities by using youth-friendly and accessible formats and languages.
The following video-tools, that are part of the IO3, are collected in the “In my art” YouTube channel and show the practices experienced in Europe under the local piloting art-based activities:
- The “In my Art” Video-Documentary that showcase the journey made by young people and youth workers;
- A video on the “In my Art” method translated into each national language and Italian Sign language (LIS).
- 7 short video-tools that show the different art-based practices inspired by Arte migrante method applied in different countries.
Each video contains the subtitles in English, Italian, French, German, Spanish and Greek
The video describes the fundamentals of “In my art” method with the LIS translation
In My Art Method – How to apply art-based methods inspired by “Arte Migrante”
The “In my Art” Video-Documentary describes the art-based practices inspired by “Arte migrante” experience implemented in the different partner countries around Europe.
The video shows the experience of how to use images and the Open space methodology as tools for team work (“The controversial story of Arte migrante and online meetings: the open space technology”)
The video shows the experience of how to facilitate and promote artistic storytelling in online setting (“Can art-based youth intervention work in an online setting?”)
The video shows the experience of how to create a safe space for artistic storytelling in online and offline setting (“Off & Online In my Art challenging journey”)
The video shows the experience of how to facilitate online group dynamics to promote artistic storytelling (“Against the limitation of the mind”)
The video shows the experience of how to use photography and online&offline public space for deep getting to know each-other (“Intrecci fotografici – Our city, your familiar place”)
The video shows the experience of how to use visual arts and dance in online setting as a tool for community-building (O n Z o o m ? Z u m b a !)
The video shows the experience how to facilitate and promote artistic storytelling in offline setting (“Telling our story with no words”)
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