Escola Livre de Artes opens enrollment for virtual workshops for children

Name of the local/regional government
Belo Horizonte
Brazil
Government representative or decision and policy-maker
Type of initiative
Response
Highest scale of the initiative
City
Type of response
Education
Culture
Initiative language
English

The Municipal Department of Culture and the Municipal Foundation of Culture opened the applications for virtual workshops focused on Childhood Culture, developed by the Arena da Cultura program. Part of the activities is aimed directly at children and their families. There are workshops in visual arts, dance, circus, music and toys and games aimed at the development of children.

By offering these activities, the intention is to reiterate the right to play, which is essential even in the delicate context of the COVID-19 pandemic. In addition, the objective is to expand access to training for the adult audience, including players, fathers and mothers, artists, public agents, teachers and those interested in the subject in general. It is also expected to keep children in interaction and conviviality, even in the virtual environment, through artistic creation, and strengthening the bonds between families and the school community.

To which (if any) collective(s) is addressed mainly this initiative?
Kids
Is this initiative supported by any organization?
No
This initiative has been created...
As a reaction to specific problems generated by the pandemic

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