Since 2003 the Antwerp V.I.A. also organises a Boundless Art Camp at De Bereklauw aimed at underpriviledged youngsters from countries like Greece, Ireland, France, Hongary, Bulgaria and Roumenia as wel as for local youngsters appointed by a juvenal penal court. These artistic camps are being led by professionals from those countries. In this way youngsters can receive artistic incentives, but most of all it’s a challenge for them to collaborate bridging all language and regional barriers.

For the last two years these youngsters have worked on a theatrical play as an apotheosis of two weeks of living together. These plays have been recorded on DVD.

Furthermore the multi-cultural shelter and crisis centre FABOTA for underpriviledged children are invited each year to join the Boundless Art team in bringing a play or play or exchange games from all over the world. The Esperanto message from these occasions may be clear.

Photo’s:
Theater Boundless Art 2005

Testimonials:
Boundless Art III – report by participant Anna Tzvetkova

External Links:
VIA vzw
Service Civil International
International Cultural Youth Exchange

VIA organiseerde vijf jaar na elkaar een uitwisselingsproject voor jongeren uit kansengroepen op De Bereklauw, onder de noemer Boundless Art. De deelnemers waren kansarme jongeren – in sommige gevallen geplaatst door de jeugdrechter – afkomstig uit Griekenland, Ierland, Frankrijk, Hongarije, Bulgarije, RoemeniĆ« en BelgiĆ«.

Deze artiestenkampen werden geleid door professionelen jeugdwerkers uit de desbetreffende landen. Elke dag vonden er workshops plaats. Zo werden de jongeren artistiek geprikkeld en uitgedaagd om samen over de grenzen heen te werken aan een betere wereld.

In 2007 en 2008 werkten de jongeren telkens aan een theaterstuk als apotheose van twee weken samenleven. Deze theaterstukken zijn op dvd vastgelegd. Fabota, een multicultureel opvangcentrum voor kansarme kinderen, kwam dan speciaal naar de Bereklauw om samen met de Boundless Art-jongeren het stuk op te voeren. Als spelend wisselden ze ook spelletjes van over de hele wereld uit. De Esperanto-boodschap hiervan is duidelijk.

Foto’s:
Theater Boundless Art 2005

Getuigenissen:
Boundless Art III – report by participant Anna Tzvetkova

External Links:
VIA vzw
Service Civil International
International Cultural Youth Exchange

Since 2003 the Antwerp V.I.A. also organises a Boundless Art Camp at De Bereklauw aimed at underpriviledged youngsters from countries like Greece, Ireland, France, Hongary, Bulgaria and Roumenia as wel as for local youngsters appointed by a juvenal penal court. These artistic camps are being led by professionals from those countries. In this way youngsters can receive artistic incentives, but most of all it’s a challenge for them to collaborate bridging all language and regional barriers.

For the last two years these youngsters have worked on a theatrical play as an apotheosis of two weeks of living together. These plays have been recorded on DVD.

Furthermore the multi-cultural shelter and crisis centre FABOTA for underpriviledged children are invited each year to join the Boundless Art team in bringing a play or play or exchange games from all over the world. The Esperanto message from these occasions may be clear.

Photo’s:
Theater Boundless Art 2005

Testimonials:
Boundless Art III – report by participant Anna Tzvetkova

External Links:
VIA vzw
Service Civil International
International Cultural Youth ExchangeSince 2003 the Antwerp V.I.A. also organises a Boundless Art Camp at De Bereklauw aimed at underpriviledged youngsters from countries like Greece, Ireland, France, Hongary, Bulgaria and Roumenia as wel as for local youngsters appointed by a juvenal penal court. These artistic camps are being led by professionals from those countries. In this way youngsters can receive artistic incentives, but most of all it’s a challenge for them to collaborate bridging all language and regional barriers.

For the last two years these youngsters have worked on a theatrical play as an apotheosis of two weeks of living together. These plays have been recorded on DVD.

Furthermore the multi-cultural shelter and crisis centre FABOTA for underpriviledged children are invited each year to join the Boundless Art team in bringing a play or play or exchange games from all over the world. The Esperanto message from these occasions may be clear.

Photo’s:
Theater Boundless Art 2005

Testimonials:
Boundless Art III – report by participant Anna Tzvetkova

External Links:
VIA vzw
Service Civil International
International Cultural Youth Exchange

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