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The type of project: Training Course, Action 4.3

Title of project:


From 15th to 22nd of July 2011, Madrid, Spain


RoMadrid Cultural Club

The host organization, RoMadrid Cultural Club, is a the only organization of Romanian Youth in Spain and, as far as we know, in Europe (we would be glad to be proved mistaken 😉 ). We are particularly concerned with the integration of youth with cultural inclusion problems, such as young artists – poets, musicians, plastic and experimental artists -, young immigrants or refugees, descendants from immigrant or refugee families, young people belonging to a minority (national, ethnic, sexual, religious, etc.) and in general young people with cultural inclusion problems.

RoMadrid Cultural Club is a Spanish NGO with an international membership, including Spain, Venezuela, Portugal, Great Britain, Romania, Russia, Mexico, Brazil and Argentina, although the majority of our members (over 1,000) and our target group are young Romanian immigrants. The literature and suburban performing arts wings of RoMadrid comprise of Círculo Poético RefleXos, the VIS workshop (Verso, Imágen, Sonido) and TIMMP group (Teatro Interpretando Música Mediante Poesía). The main aim of these groups is support and promote young artists, by offering technical and practical support in the creation, production and promotion of their art in the public sphere through concerts, exhibitions, festivals, tours, etc. Our international membership is proof of our strife to promote creative thinking, intercultural values, dialogue and integration through art and culture.


Ariadna Petri – poet and volunteer coordinator

Nebojsa Nick Djeric – experienced Salto trainer

Other daddies invited: Alex Dica, Lil´Crinal ATD, Donnarond, Shoker – suburban performing artists


About the Project


Training Course about using suburban art as a method for promoting the integration of minorities and equal opportunities for social inclusion of young people
with cultural integration problems.

The main goal of our training course “MY (SUB)ART IS YOUR (SUPER)ART” is to improve participants’ knowledge, attitudes, competences and skills in youth work by using suburban art as a method for the promotion of equal opportunities and social inclusion of young people with cultural differences – youth with cultural inclusion problems. This educational learning programme will improve the quality of practice in youth work in a general context. Particular focus will be given to Youth in Action projects as a means of promoting suburban art as a cultural inclusion method.

Using mixed means of expression from suburban performing arts (particularly hip-hop) and non-formal educational tools, participants will be able to multiply the skills and techniques acquired during this TC in their everyday work with youth with cultural inclusion problems.

Activities comprised by this Training Course include: work on individual and group means of expression from suburban performing arts, presentations and analysis of rap poetry, music, stage techniques and creative techniques, discovering the local suburban cultural environment as a means of personal affirmation of youth with a minorities’ background and cultural integration difficulties and different performing games games.

The target group of this training course comprises all people actively involved in the work with young people with cultural difficulties – youth with cultural inclusion problems, such as young artists – poets, musicians, plastic and experimental artists -, young immigrants or refugees, descendants from immigrant or refugee families, young people belonging to a national or ethnic minority, young people with linguistic adaptation problems and in general young people with cultural inclusion problems. In other words: youth workers, youth leaders, play workers, NGO activists, school teachers, social workers.

(We would like to have participants with background in performing arts and poetry or creative writing)


  • to increase participants’ knowledge of suburban art as a tool for cultural inclusion of minorities
  • to promote inclusion as a most significant value in the work with young people with a minority background and fewer opportunities – youth with cultural integration problems.
  • to encourage minorities and culturally excluded young people with fewer opportunities to express themselves through art and to play an active role in their local communities
  • to stimulate participants to reflect on the essential characteristics of the European society and foster mutual understanding between young people in different countries

  • to contribute to the development of creative capabilities and skills in youth work using creative learning methods (performing arts techniques)

Working language:

English – all participants must be able to actively communicate using the English language.

Period of realization: From 15th to the 22nd of July 2011

Location: Madrid, Spain


Partners: All interested Youth in Action Program countries


Funding: 100% for accommodation and food will be covered and 70% of travel cost (Apex tickets) will be reimbursed after receiving original receipts.

If you are interested in becoming a partner organization in our project please send us:
Part III, Filled, Signed and Scanned by e-mail attachment at:

Do not forget: As we are applying for the 1st April deadline, be as fast as possible in sending us Part III and do not forget to send us your approximate travel costs from your home town to Madrid, Spain.

Deadline for receiving part III is 30th of March 2010.


Further Information: ,


Please contact us: RoMadrid Cultural Club
Calle Carlos Solé, No. 52, 4ºB, 28038, Madrid, Spain


Contact Person: Ariadna Petri – project manager
+34 665 209 307

El Centro Pro-Arte, en colaboración con la Editorial Niram Art y el escritor Héctor Martínez Sanz, organiza el“Encuentro Virtual con George Roca”, el autor del libro “Hablando con las Estrellas” que presenta entrevistas con personalidades del mundo de las bellas artes, literatura, música.

El evento tendrá lugar viernes, el 5 de noviembre del 2010 a las 23h, en Espacio Niram de Madrid (Calle dela Independencia, No. 2, Metro Opera)  donde estarán presentes los invitados: Bogdan Ater (artista plástico), Fabianni Belemuski (director Revista Niram Art), Ariadna Petri(fundadora Círculo Poético Reflexos), António Calderón de Jesús (fundador Galeria Artejescal), Alexandru Dica (presidente RoMadrid Cultural Club), teniente coronel Reales Tercios, Miguel Angel Galan Segovia (director Editorial Niram Art), Ovia Herbert(poeta), Héctor Martínez Sanz (escritor, filósofo, director Revista Madrid en Marco), Kasandra Kalmann Nasaudean (periodista Radio Diaspora Online), Romeo Niram (artista plástico), Geanina Ionela Palade (abogada), Tudor Serbanescu (fundador Centro Pro-Arte), Marin Trasca (periodista),Andrei Zamora (fotógrafo) y la  invitada especial Carmen Sandulescu (periodista Radio Romania International).

Los participantes entrarán en directo con George Roca, desde Sydney, Australia, por videoconferencia. “George Roca es poeta y periodista. Ha escrito, ha editado y figura en el equipo de varias revistas y periódicos. Todas estas publicaciones de las que se ocupa son más de 20. Es una tarjeta de visita concluyente sobre todo porque George Roca siempre ha militado por los mismos ideales democráticos de amor hacia los seres humanos, de normalidad y empatía”, declara el periodista Roni Caciularu de Israel.

¡¡¡Os esperamos!!!