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Forgotten lands is a small-scale European network funded by the Erasmus+ EU Programme for Education, Training, Youth and Sport.

The project aims to create a strong European network of creative artistic residencies that provide opportunities for young people in disadvantaged urban and rural contexts.

The program aims at the inclusion of unprivileged youth and uses participatory and artistic methodologies, with a focus on social and environmental themes. We aim to create permanent non-formal learning spaces within the local context, while also seeking to develop the capacities of young people through international experiences and knowledge exchange.

Five transnational meetings will be organized in five different countries.

Each meeting focuses on a different topic, embedded in the local context and according to the host's expertise:

Themes: Inclusive socio-artistic practices (BE)

Collective collaboration (FR)

Rural living and creative spaces based on the principles of permaculture (SP)

Art in Situ in relation to ecology (PT)

Youth in peripheral and rural areas (IT)


RoofToptiger / Archipel_site (BE) - Association WILDLAB (ES) -

Chiocciola - la casa del nomade (IT) - 

L'Oeuvrière / le Moulinage de Chirols (FR)

- Ponte d'Arte, LDA ( PT) 

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