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 the artist collectives Companhia de Música Teatral (Portugal) and Sisters Hope (Denmark), the Dutch art space Marres, and the universities of Stavanger (Norway) and Maastricht (Netherlands).

SenseSquared’s main objective is to show that a sensuous and artistic attitude can open up new and unexpected perspectives in any educational setting. It has a profound and lasting impact on the individual level, and is conducive for deep learning.

How can we relate to each other? How can we relate to the world? How can artists, researchers, teachers and children alike, shape the education that our society needs? These are some of the main questions that will be explored by the project.

Our fresh website tells you everything you need to know about the project, as well as the upcoming activities, events and collaborations. For this project, Musica commissioned an original artwork by the Belgian artist Stefaan Beeckaert who also designed the campaign logo.

Discover the SenseSquared website here!

SenseSquared is a partner project of Musica (project coordinator) and Companhia de Música Teatral, Sisters Hope, Marres House for Contemporary Culture, Stavanger University and Maastricht University.

SenseSquared is an Erasmus+ project co-funded by the European Union.

  • 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 …

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