Finding new ways for educational professionals and artists to coöperate and stimulate the imaginative power of children and teachers to build a circular economy and a sustainable society

Global Roots is an international project in which SPARK the Movement coöperates with Villa Zebra (Rotterdam), and several other partners in Denmark, Germany and Sweden. On 9, 10 and 11 February we will contribute to the Berlin-program, in order to develop new methodologies for strong coöperation between primary school teachers and art professionals. Our aim is to structurally strengthen the creativity and imagination of children (8-14 yrs) to cope with and to contribute to the sustainability challenges of our time.

Met o.a. de volgende sprekers: Anne Graswinckel (Frisian Turnclub/ Arcadia) & Jolanda Bouman (Villa Zebra)