On November 5-10, a British expert in the development of inclusive art - Tim Willer, is holding consultative meetings in support of the development of inclusive art, as well as with representatives of the organizations, including education and science, culture and sports, who are interested and/or involved in the development of inclusive art. On the basis of the information received, the expert will develop recommendations to improve the accessibility of artists with disabilities, their engagement in art and the artistic space in Georgia.
The project is implemented within the framework of the Ministry of Education, Science, Culture and Sport of Georgia and the British Council.
Tim Willer is an independent consultant and a teacher, co-founder and former artistic director of the theater company Mind the Gap. During thirty years of experience, he worked on more than 100 art projects and educational programs in various destinations all over the world.
On November 5-6, the British expert will conduct consultative meetings with the representatives of the Ministry as well as with the individuals with disabilities who are employed in arts. Additionally, on November 8-10, he will conduct trainings titled "Grant Project Planning, Activity Planning, Project Implementation and Evaluation."
The aim of the training is to develop professional skills of managers working in the field of inclusion in terms of designing, planning, implementing and evaluating the project.
Trainers will improve their knowledge in the following issues: