Short-term (2 to 4 weeks) "arts project" projects in Germany

12 projects found from 1.1.2017 to 31.12.2017

Country Type of Work Start End Vols. Code
Germany Arts Project - Project for teenagers 24.06.2017 09.07.2017 15 ijgd 17201

Boundless home - grenzenlos zuhause - acrobatics, circus, theatre - heckenbeck

Partner Organisation: IJGD Germany

Germany Arts Project - Cultural Project - Study/Educational 01.07.2017 16.07.2017 15 ICJA03

Ban nuclear weapons stuttgart buechel

Partner Organisation: ICJA Germany

Germany Arts Project - Project for teenagers - Study/Educational 08.07.2017 22.07.2017 12 ijgd 17222

My very own film! film workshop in the centre of bremen - bremen

Partner Organisation: IJGD Germany

Germany Arts Project - Cultural Project - Work with children/teenagers 15.07.2017 29.07.2017 14 ICJA06

Datteln

Partner Organisation: ICJA Germany

Germany Arts Project - Project for teenagers - Study/Educational 22.07.2017 05.08.2017 13 ijgd 17206

On air with radio tonkuhle - hildesheim

Partner Organisation: IJGD Germany

Germany Arts Project - Environmental - Project for teenagers - Renovation work 22.07.2017 05.08.2017 20 ijgd 17227

Nature & adventure by land, sea and air i - fahren

Partner Organisation: IJGD Germany

Germany Arts Project - Construction 22.07.2017 13.08.2017 10 VJF17-4.1

Lutherstadt wittenberg

Partner Organisation: VJF Germany

Germany Arts Project - Project for teenagers - Study/Educational 29.07.2017 12.08.2017 15 ijgd 17234

Make your own television! - flensburg

Partner Organisation: IJGD Germany


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