The coordinating team for the European project Erasmus+ Scene Network travels to Padua to prepare for the academic year
The coordinating team for the European project Erasmus+ Scene Network, led from Valencia by the University of Valencia General Foundation, travelled to Padua, Italy to prepare for the academic year. The Erasmus+ Scene Network is a project comprised of the University of Marburg (Germany), the University of Padua, the UV General Foundation and the CRIT Theatre Company.
Last summer the project was presented at the University of Marburg and on the 23rd and 24th of October the coordinating team from Valencia went to Padua to prepare for the academic year. The University of Valencia will host the closing ceremony for this first work period.
Partners in the project addressed matters of operation and management. An open house day was held to promote the theatre project to the local university community.
The grant for the project involves meetings with the three partners: the University of Marburg, the University of Padua and the University of Valencia Erasmus Scene. All the locations will make the most of the creative potential of the Erasmus community and local students. Refugees will participate for the first time, as agreed upon at the meeting held on the 20th of October at La Nau Cultural Centre for those in charge of the Erasmus+ Scene Network at the University of Valencia, as well as the CEAR delegation (Spanish Commission for Refugees) in the Valencia Community, which has signed a cooperation agreement.
The Erasmus+ Scene Network received the highest score from the EU out of all the projects submitted in the 2016 Spanish call. Its uniqueness lies in the opportunity to foster international exchange through the performing arts and the ability to export the Erasmus Scene model to other countries where it has already been implemented.