The project organizes cultural encounters and experiences "for and with" citizens who normally are "non-public" audiences of museums and who don't visit museums (any museum) due to physical distance, to the lack of museums in their areas, or to lack of cultural interests.
Engaging adults in lifelong learning activities and enhancing the role of adult education is a priority for the European Union. This project aims at developing and testing different outreaching strategies to teach adults. The countries involved in the partnership have a low participation of adults in lifelong learning (according to Eurostat data, in 2010 the proportion of the population between 24 and 65 who participated in lifelong learning activities was 6.2% in Italy, 10.8% in Spain and 1.3% in Romania). This is why, beside the formal adult educational pathway, museums have a central role in attracting adults in informal educational activities. By evaluating the impact through the digital storytelling method (DS), we are able to appreciate the impact through a qualitative perspective.
The partnership recognises the importance of social sustainability and the need to engender institutional change that will support working with marginalised adult into the future» Read More