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Scuola Viva Day Visit

Within this project a TTL course was organized. It has been held last February in Rome, where the partners, professionals and users, spent their five days discussing art. A visit in the Rehab at Centre Scuola Viva was also organized on the last day. It has been a very interesting experience for all. The Colleagues had the opportunity to join a collective painting project. Additionally, there was also the opportunity to learn more about a particular kind of ceramics, so called raku, which is cooked directly on fire, not in the regular oven.

John Bransfield COPE Foundation

John Bransfield is from Cork, Ireland. He attends Cope Foundation / Suisha Inclusive Arts. John is a big sports fan and his dream is to become a film-maker and to write a few scripts in the near future.

Florin Nolan COPE Foundation

Florin Nolan is from Cobh in Cork and attends Cope Foundation / Suisha Inclusive Arts. Florin is interested in all art forms, especially musicals, drama and singing. He also aspires to be an interior designer and enjoys designing miniature houses and rooms.

Estelle Kelly COPE Foundation

Estelle Kelly is from Cork and attends Cope Foundation. Estelle loves music, drawing and art. A die-hard metal fan, Metallica is one of her favourite bands. She taught herself guitar and also plays the drums.

Patricia Eridan LADAPT

Patricia is from Paris and attends LADAPT Foundation. She is currently working - outside of work she loves dance and watching different TV shows on dance. She is a fan of Chris Marques and Patrick Dupond. Patricia also likes fashion

Nicolas Grout LADAPT

Nicolas is from Paris and attends the LADAPT Foundation. He enjoys listening to music, theatre and participating in improvisation performances. Nicolas also likes singing, drawing, and visiting art exhibitions.

Guilaume Vallet LADAPT

Guillaume is from Paris and attends the LADAPT Foundation. He draws and plays the piano. He also loves playing drums, and is part of a group that has put on concerts. Guillaume likes visiting art exhibitions as well.

Eoin Nash COPE Foundation

Eoin Nash is Manager of Arts and Creative Arts Therapies in Cope Foundation. Eoin also manages an outreach programme called Suisha Inclusive Arts, and they are involved in a range of arts including music, dance, theatre and visual arts. Working both locally, nationally and internationally, the main project Eoin is working on currently is the Erasmus plus funded CIAE project.