On November 24, l’Escola d’Art i Superior de Ceràmica de Manises presented the results of the survey of the European program Cerasmus + in Portillo, Valladolid, coinciding with the General Assembly of the AeCC (Spanish Association of Ceramic Cities) .
Local authorities, mayor and President of the Valladolid deputation were also present, as well as a large representation of the potters’ guild of the city.
Thanks to all those present for your collaboration and participation. Your contributions allow us to continue advancing in the project.
On October 23 and 24, 2018 the second Cerasmus+ Partnership meeting was hosted in Bolesławiec (Poland) by the Polish Partner, Zespół Szkół Ogólnokształcących i Zawodowych, a state school which was funded 50 years ago and educates in different professions: tour guide, advertising specialist and ceramist, with a focus on merging tradition and innovation.
Co-funded by the European program Erasmus+, the Cerasmus+ project aims to protect the European traditional heritage, to modernize the ceramic sector and to develop vocational training in ceramic craft industry enhancing work based learning models. The project has duration of 2 years and will terminate in September, 2019.