El-Art (Entrepreneurial Learning for Artists) is set up to help integrate entrepreneurship in European art schools through the development and distribution of teaching material and training programs for teachers and students. The aim of the programme is to help art schools give their students the entrepreneurial skills necessary to thrive before they enter the working arena. The material Creativity as a Career produced by El-Art is also suitable for starting creatives who are looking to strengthen their entrepreneurial skills.
If you are inspired by this material don’t hesitate to get in touch. We can provide you with workshops for students or training of trainers based on the Creativity as a Career material we created. We are also open to other forms of collaborations to support entrepreneurial learning for artists.
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Initiator and Project Manager
Yrkesakademin i Österbotten: Linda Wester & Susanna Vestling
Yrkesakademin i Österbotten: Lis-Helen Ekman
Advising Partner & Project Trainers
Escuela de Arte de Sevilla (Spain): Ainhoa Martín Emparan, Isabel Gutiérrez, Juan Jose Garcia-Navas , Mariano Velamazán Martínez;
Malmö latinskola (Sweden): Emma Denward, Lena Ansner, Malin Brandqvist;
Noorderpoort school voor de kunsten KTM (The Netherlands): Albert Westerhoff, Colien Langerwerf, Marieke De Vries-Voorzee;
St Gabriel (Spain); Alberto B. Alonso, Eva L. Roncero;
Yrkesakademin i Österbotten (Finland): Bo Forsander, Kaj Ahlsved, Maria Westerlund.
Content Contribution and Interviews
Ainhoa Martín Emparan, Albert Westerhoff, Bo Forsander, Colien Langerwerf, Emma Denward, Isabel Gutiérrez, Kaj Ahlsved, Katherine Oktober Matthews, Lena Ansner, Malin Brandqvist, Maria Westerlund, Mariano Velamazán Martínez, Marieke De Vries-Voorzee, Rebecca Simons, Roger Muskee.
Expert Input and Interviewees
Adriana Santos (Spain); Albert Sunyer (Spain); Anna-Maria Helsing (Finland); Anya Janssen (The Netherlands); Caroline Leander (Sweden); CT Heida (The Netherlands); Donald Weber (Canada); Francisco Alcantara (Spain); Harma Heikens (The Netherlands); Highway Design (Finland); Iris Sikking (The Netherlands); Javier Medina (Spain); Jesús Prudencio (Spain); Jonas Liveröd (Sweden); Jose Chamorro (Spain); Karin Noeken (The Netherlands); Kathrine Windfeld (Denmark); Lars Embäck (Sweden); Leyp (The Netherlands); Maggi Olin (Sweden); Mara León (Spain); Marlies Dekkers (The Netherlands); Martin Brandqvist (Sweden);Maud van der Leeuw (The Netherlands); Melissa Henderson (Sweden); Memento Photography (Finland); Mercedes Eirín (Spain); Milla Edén (Finland), Nighon (Finland); Reinout Douma (The Netherlands); Roland Jonker (The Netherlands); Sebastian Fagerlund (Finland); Pelle Öhlund (Sweden); Peter Johansson (Sweden); Pilar Albarracin (Spain); Salvatore Vitale (Switzerland); Sema D’Acosta (Spain); Tobias Granbacka (Finland); UPTA (Spain); Victor Sågfors (Finland); Yukiko Kitahara (Japan/ Spain).
Visual Identity and Design
This project has been funded with support from the European Commission. The European Commission support for the production of this publication does not constitute endorsement of the contents which reflect the views only of the authors, and the Commission cannot be held responsible for any use which may be made of the information contained therein.
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