The School of Creative Protest – is an international educational program, in both online and offline formats, which focuses on art as a tool for accessing the rights, autonomy, and participation of teenagers as full-fledged citizens and decision-makers in post-socialist and post-imperial cities. The program offers a series of workshops (in both digital and physical space), during which participants will learn and practice various participatory art formats while working in international collaborative groups with participants from Ukraine, Georgia and Germany.
Each team will come up with the final product of their collaboration – cultural product in the chosen form (video, text, photo collection, map, audio recording, intervention in public space with installations, performances, exhibitions etc.) – which will be presented digitally or/and offline, depending on the quarantine regulations in each country.
The project starts on August 9 and closes on November 8. The program consists of online international meetings and workshops, and offline local collaboration. No international travel is required.
The School of Creative Protest is organized by: Cultural geographies NGO (Kyiv-Odesa, Ukraine), Kulturschafft e.V. (Berlin, Germany), Untitled Gallery (Tbilisi, Georgia).
The project is implemented within “MEET UP! Youth for Partnership” program with the support of the Foundation “Remembrance, Responsibility and Future” (EVZ).