Pavilion 19: a Place for Playing: In the Spotlight
16 July | Monday | 10:00-12:00 | presenting stories from our work at Pavilion 19 and a discussion | bg | Pesha Nikolova hall | free entrance
Two hours in which the team of Pavilion 19 and its partners will tell about their experiences, share their achievements and difficulties in working with children and young people at the Women's Market and their families through art, creative approaches, individually and in groups.
The event is suitable for artists, art organizations and groups involved in socially committed and community art; non-governmental organizations and civil groups working in the arts, education, social activities, the fight against poverty and the protection of human rights; municipal and state social services; citizens.
We will show our model of working with the communities at the Women's Market through three stories of children and the story of one group. Our work with children helps us explore the interaction with the people and communities at the market. All our interventions aim to create conditions for expressing, negotiating and understanding the experiences in a way that allows children to use it in their own lives.
We work psychosocially, through art and creative group approaches. We think and make our efforts in the field of the social and in the support of growth.
We will present concrete results that we are willing to share and talk about. We hope our experience will help others in their work with children and young people on the streets. More about Pavilion 19 The pilot phase of the project Pavilion 19: In-between People and Cultures - Establishing a Pilot Model for Working with Migrant and Local Communities through Art, Culture and Psychosocial Support" was carried out in partnership with the Goethe-Institut Bulgaria and the Sofia Region "Vazrazhdane" , with the financial support of the Europe 2016 Programme of Sofia Municipality.
Currently Pavilion 19 works in partnership with Goethe-Institut Bulgaria with the financial support of the Europe 2018 Programme of Sofia Municipality and Telus International in a room provided by Vazrazhdane Markets. The work of Pavilion 19 is supported by volunteer students from the Master's Programme "Artistic Psychosocial Practices and Psychodrama" at New Bulgarian University.