Summer updates from the CELA project

As Europe is still enduring the corona pandemic and huge parts of the world are still in crisis, the CELA project partners have been searching for alternative ways to (re-)connect with each other. Join us in reading about what’s in store for the project and how they’ve stayed busy this summer!

CELA Project 2 | Call for artists 2019-2023

CELA has officially started its new selection process until October, 15th (2019) . If you are a writer, translator or literary professional, and would like to participate in the new edition, keep reading!

EACWP Teachers Training Course | Alden Biesen 2019

From July, 7th to July, 12th the EACWP launches the third edition of its European Course for Teachers of Creative Writing, taking place in Belgium at the 16-century castle of Alden Biesen. Eramus+ funding applications are open until February, 5th for Europeans willing to participate 

The EACWP in Writing in Education

The EACWP participated as a contributor of NAWE’s official magazine in its recently released Nº 70 issue, with an article entitled “Seriously Dreaming in Turin”. The text comprises the experience of both our XIII symposium and our III International Pedagogical Conference celebrated in Italy this past September (2016).

The EACWP in Turin

From the 21st. to the 24th of September, Scuola Holden became the common set for performing two of our most important EACWP events: …

EACWP International Conference: Creative Writing and Storytelling

In one week time, the EACWP inaugurates this new academic year 2016-2017 in Turin (Italy) with its greatest event of the year: the III International Pedagogical Conference. Enrollment is still open for last minute participants and the program is now available for all teachers, researchers and students interested

Jörg Piringer: “Rhythm & sound” at Scuola Holden

Thanks to our EACWP Teachers’ Interchange Programme along with the support of the Eramus+ programme, our Austrian colleague from the Vienna Poetry School (sfd), the sound poet and scientist Jörg Piringer held in English this two-days workshop in Turin. What follows is a snapshot of his experience in the headqueaters of Holden.