The transnational partner meeting of the Creative Invisibles Project too place in Munich recently. Lola was representing Momentum, and she joined the project partners to discuss the progress of Creative Invisibles, they were also joined by a number of young people, which gave them a great insight into the project through the eyes of the target group.
Creative Invisibles is a European project that provides tools for identifying and mobilising NEETs and young people ‘invisible’ through creativity. Invisibles are young people who are not on the radar of social welfare and employment services, vocational training, educational services (formal or informal) and local authorities.
The project will introduce new models of entrepreneurship training through actions carried out in the field of street culture. Street culture has grown exponentially in recent years, driven by the mainstreaming of youth culture and the revitalization of urban areas. From street art, to food trucks, from popup markets to fashion and sports, street culture is any commercial activity that takes place outside ‘dedicated and institutional areas’ and contains the creative forces that can shape fashions life and stimulate the economy.
The group got to visit art galleries, explore street art, and meet local artists, it gave them inspiration for their work on the resources, and we’ll keep you updated as the project progresses.
You can find out more on the website: https://creativeinvisibles.eu/