SAPP - Social Arts Practice Program

SAPP is aimed at emerging and established artists wishing to develop their practice into socially engaged fields

SAPP – Social Arts Practice Program

SAPP supports both emerging and established artists to develop practices in socially engaged fields, participation and social sculpture. The program offers 6 residential weekends a year for artists to collaborate, discuss and develop various pathways and processes within the realms of public, community and live art.

Weekends consist of sessions that are facilitated by the attending artists. Artists are asked to bring their work, topic, theme and participatory element for development and feedback.
The developed work has the opportunity to then become part of the SOD OFF project as a facilitated collaborative session, workshop or and live art interaction aimed at opening up the work not only to artists but also to members of the local community. All sessions offered by artists can apply for further funding in the running and organisation of their work.

SAPP is a non-discriminatory program that welcomes applications from all artists those with disabilities taking into account available support and budget

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from Erasmus+: Youth in Action Programme countries, Western Balkan countries, Southern Mediterranean countries, Partner Countries Neighbouring the EU, Eastern Partnership countries, Other countries in the world

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Project overview

SAPP - Social Arts Practice Program is a project by
taking place
from 2013 till 2025
This project relates to:
Youth Exchanges, Volunteering Activities (formerly EVS), Training and Networking, Transnational Youth Initiatives, Strategic Partnerships, Capacity Building
and is focusing on:
  • Art
  • Dance
  • Drama and theatre
  • Entrepreneurship
  • Environment
  • Innovation
  • Integration
  • Intercultural dialogue
  • Music
  • Peace and conflict
This project can include young people with fewer opportunities like
  • Economic obstacles
  • Disability
  • Educational difficulties
  • Cultural differences
  • Health problems
  • Geographical obstacles
Open to all Artists

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