From being about something to being for somebody

(Stephen Weil)

A HPP-cultureandosociety.org foi criada em 2009 por profissionais de museus, artes e educação. Procura desenvolver e disseminar projectos inovadores na cultura, património e artes, acreditando no poder das ideias e na importância da sociedade civil como motor de mudança social.

A formação, a experimentação, a discussão em grupo, as práticas artísticas, os eventos são meios de trabalho e de análise. Na HPP-cultureandosociety.org vive-se o prazer da criação e a generosidade dos talentos com todos. Sem diferenças, sem preconceitos, sem aceitar limites.

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The HPP-cultureandosociety.org was established in 2009 by professionals from museums , arts and education. It seeks to develop and disseminate innovative projects in culture, heritage and arts , believingin the power of ideas and the importance of civil society as a socialchange engine.

The training, experimentation, group discussion, artistic activities, events are ways of working and analysis. In HPP-cultureandosociety.org lives up the pleasure of creation and the generosity of talent with everyone. Without prejudices and boundaries.

mãos que cantam

http://www.maosquecantam.org

O projeto Mãos que Cantam, iniciado em 2010,criou um coro de surdos entre os alunos da licenciatura e mestrado em Língua Gestual Portuguesa do Instituto de Ciências da Saúde da Universidade Católica que começou por atuar em conjunto com o Coro da Universidade.

Este projeto pretende demonstrar, no âmbito da responsabilidade social, que as pessoas menos capacitadas auditivamente podem fazer parte de um coro. A língua gestual igualmente rica e complementar da linguagem musical potencia a expressão dos sentimentos mais profundos, tornando assim cada concerto num espetáculo único. Este projeto é pioneiro, a nível mundial, na integração de ouvintes e não ouvintes simultaneamente num coro.

Consulte o nosso ebook, produzido no âmbito do Programa Partis da Fundação Calouste Gulbenkian, no website do projecto. 

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Aceitamos marcações para espectáculos e acções de formação.

Este projeto tem o apoio de:

 

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Programa PARTIS – Práticas Artísticas para a Inclusão Social


Video de apresentação do projecto no âmbito do Programa PARTIS – Práticas Artísticas para a Inclusão da Fundação Calouste Gulbenkian. 

FullSizeRender-96.jpgLeia a reportagem sobre este projeto na newsletter nº 161 da Fundação Gulbenkian (pág. 4-6).

 

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Apresentação do projecto no âmbito do apoio do BPI CAPACITAR

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By providing training and guidance for museums and their staff, it also develops its activities in fostering a deeper liaison with the museums, their local communities and most direct neighbors which, in many cases, don’t cooperate as easily or smoothly as one might think.

One of the key issues of the association is to foster sustainable audience development in museums.

Community Exhibitions

 

Community Exhibitions as Tools for Adults’ Individual Development

[GRUNDTVIG Learning Partnerships]

A partnership of museum and heritage sites in Europe debating, sharing ideas and innovative practice around the problems museums have to deal when engaging with their diverse audiences, visitors and communities. The proposed partnership will promote and develop a culture of learning among staff of museums and other heritage organizations personnel, minorities and community members from socially disadvantaged background or marginalized adults.

The proposed partnership will promote an open debate on how we can design new tools that allow involving the communities in the planning activities of museums and other cultural organizations. This partnership will help in creating, experimenting and introducing methods which allow the delivery of cultural content to all, enhancing museums and cultural heritage sites to widen their scope to reach more diverse audiences and truly reach out to their local communities.

The learning will cover a broad range of subjects, depending on the needs and interest of the learners (museums and cultural heritage organizations staff as well as community members, audiences and adult visitors), but at its core will be learning about the sustainability of museums by increasing community participation as well as the development of basic skills in using Information and Communications Technology to communicate cultural identity and the preservation of heritage. All the findings of the mobilities, site visits as well as the exploration and discussion of best practice examples will be collated in a document with recommendations to be distributed widely in the European cultural heritage and adult learning community.

To learn more about this project, see here.

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