The project is aimed at children and young people who suffered particularly badly during the pandemic, but also now due to their socio-economic background.
The Panakia art project is divided into 4 blocks & consists of several art workshops lasting several weeks, in which cognitive & emotional skills such as tolerance, overcoming insecurity, the ability to actively shape relationships again or a positive attitude towards problems are addressed and artistically implemented by the participants.
They should learn to recognise and accept new opportunities and perspectives in the crisis through their artistic expression.
The artistic directions are open (photography, painting, theatre, singing) and are determined with the participants at the beginning of the project.
The intensive use of new media is important. The specific artistic working method is self-determined and independent. All blocks end with a reflective conclusion or presentation. This project is supported by the King Baudouin Foundation.