Creative Soft Skills is an Erasmus+ project aiming to produce a methodology able to identify, strengthen and recognize artists’ soft skills and facilitate the connection between artists and the labour market through the certification of creative soft skills. The project is therefore directed to artists of any kind of art (from visual to classical arts) at the early stage of their career and organizations dedicated to training, developing and promoting sustainable competitiveness through creative soft skills.
Supporting artists in developing new skills that create new job opportunities in non-creative contexts
Reinforcing artists’ profiles and general understanding of creative competencies in terms of employability
Developing innovative approaches to recognize, develop and validate competencies in non-formal learning settings
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We chose six main competencies and traits that we considered representing skills that can be learnt through practicing art and are transferable to other, non-artistic contexts.
We have discussed and mirrored these generalizations with a number of artists, mediators and experts in order to assure they are in line with the general understanding of definitions in this study.
The methodology which aims to help artists recognize and improve their Creative Soft Skills
Article by Kulturanova Working on the Creative Soft Skills project is additionally encouraged us to apply these skills even more in our daily work. In the first place, we wanted to define what they mean to us and how they can help in the implementation of our...
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Article by Sineglossa Alessia and Federico met in 2005 in Bologna during a master’s degree in scriptwriting and performing arts. Both of them had already had experiences in the theatre, but Alessia is a sociologist, while Federico is a philosopher: while Alessia tells...
My theatre experience has been really important in my life and, in particular, for my personal and professional development.
There are very important soft skills that should be possessed by those who work with them, in order to transfer them to the participants later.
Photo by Amy Gatenby on Unsplash A reflection Who am I? When I introduce myself I always start with my name and then I switch to what I do. That I work at Rozet and that I am project leader of non-formal learning processes in team education. BORING! Why do I think...