SenseSquared

Connect III

Six European partners work together on the central question: How can a sensory approach and an artistic attitude contribute to an education that leads to a more connected and sustainable world? Through artistic interventions and workshops, we want to demonstrate that this approach can and should become the heart of all education.

Adopting a sensuous and artistic attitude is joyous and rewarding for everyone involved. It has a profound and lasting impact on the individual level. Moreover, it is conducive for deep learning and can align with the regular school curriculum.

SenseSquared will demonstrate that this new approach:

  • isn’t difficult to understand and apply,
  • can gradually be integrated into the existing school system and the actual curriculum,
  • has a profound positive impact on children-teachers interaction,
  • deeply and intuitively connects with the humanity of teachers and children,
  • contributes substantially to the intrinsic motivation and joy of learning.

SenseSquared proposes a hands-on approach from the very start, with exercises, contexts, tools and kits that are very easy to pick up, and immediately challenge the existing formats. 

SenseSquared is a collaboration between Musica Impulse Centre (BE), Companhia de Música Teatral (PT), Marres, House for Contemporary Culture (NL), Sisters Hope (DK), Stavanger University (NO) and Maastricht University (NL).

  • Introducing Erasmus+ SenseSquared

    Introducing Erasmus+ SenseSquared

    The website for the Erasmus+ project SenseSquared is now online. In the course of this project, six European partners will develop exercises, contexts, tools and kits for a sensory approach and an artistic attitude in education and society.  Musica is the very proud coordinator for this collaborative project that brings together six dedicated partners, including …

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  • CONNECT

    CONNECT

    The research project CONNECT couples experts with passionate teachers and performers. CONNECT focuses on fundamental problems in the artistic and educational practice. Connections arise between past and present, practice and theory, creativity and skill.