CLAP Hands continuing education

In May 2019, the training developed in the project in each partner country was implemented. The goal of the education has been how to encourage creativity and work artistically with people with functional variations. In Sweden, work supervisors and artistic leaders participated in daily activities in art and culture at Uppsala municipality. In addition to concrete tips and discussions about pedagogy and working methods, the participants also got to try different artistic branches, such as writing, watercolor painting, and planning, filming and producing short films.


The International Department invites you to an inspirational day with the theme of inclusion in culture on October 22

On October 22, 2019, International Leadership at Folkuniversitetet University in Uppsala invites you to an inspirational day with the presentation of the EU project CLAP Hands, and open discussion about opportunities and challenges in reducing the gap between daily activities and cultural institutions. Registration is done via the link below. Last registration date October 8.

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La Bulle Bleue – Lancement de la saison dégunstation et bal

Découvrez le Chai et le jardin paysagé.
Goûtez la cuisine maison, fraîche et colorée de l’équipe traiteur de La Bulle Bleue.
Dansez avec les comédien·ne·s de La Bulle Bleue sur une proposition de Brigitte Négro (Cie Satellite) en collaboration avec Mathias Beyler

Jeudi 26 septembre 2019 à 18h30, 285 rue du Mas de Prunet, 34070 Montpellier

Merci de confirmer votre présence avant le 20 septembre
04 67 42 18 61

Établissement et Service d’Aide par le Travail (Esat) de l’Association Départementale des Pupilles de l’Enseignement Public (ADPEP 34), La Bulle Bleue est un lieu de fabrique artistique et culturelle à Montpellier, porté par une équipe de comédien·ne·s, technicien·ne·s du spectacle, chargé·e·s d’accueil, jardinier·ère·s, cuisinier·ère·s en situation de handicap


David Vall presents the web platform Sembrating Art

Clap Hands project is proud to share with the community  the new web platform that is launched by the artist David Vall “Tarragó” and from which he wants to make known, in addition to his latest work project, which are his works, designs and works in the workshops with which he collaborates:

Although the page is still under construction, we especially like the Sembrando Arte project, in which a work of art is created in a rural and natural environment, where existing elements and resources are collected and transformed, providing them with a new sense, both on a small scale and at the territory level.

In a cereal field the surface stone is extracted and arranged to form 100 arches that follow the traditional construction style of the area. Allowing the agricultural activity of the farm and the passage of machinery, but creating a work never seen before.

The work is complemented by an ecological restaurant that, in addition to being respectful of the environment, offers an economic return on the work of art.

David has created t-shirts that cost € 15 and are made to order to collaborate with the expenses and to keep alive the project that has just been shipped. As the artist himself tells us, available in all sizes.

The contact address in case you are interested in communicating with David:



The CLAP HANDS CONCERT of July 11th in Sabadell

The CLAP HANDS CONCERT of July 11th in Sabadell, Barcelona was designed as a scenario to illustrate best practices in different ways for artists with disabilities to develop professionally . This being a main objective of the CLAP HANDS ERASMUS+ project.

The concert was organized as part of the Fresk Festival of the Fundació Caixa de Sabadell. An institution that promotes art through the Festival it organized each year during the month of July. When each day of the month different group of artists perform. All professional well known groups. The CLAP HANDS concert is the one event within the Festival of artists with disability performance. 3 professional careers were illustrated in the field of graphic arts, by the artists who have developed they working life in each the specific focus.

Kelly Arrontes presented her career as a mural painter and a book illustratorAleix Hurbano presented painting which illustrate his career focussed on decorating corporate offices of companies with a strong commitment towards inclusion. David Valls Tarrago presented the structure of the workshops he as his group of artists with disability have developed to teach painting to children in schoolsMario Barguño presented two books he has published as reading stories for children in schools with an inclusive message In the gardens of the Espai Cultura of the Foundation three art groups performed. These art groups act in different events when they are invited to perform professionally.

CLAMS (inclusive music). Is made up of artists with disability and artists without disabilities. Their play popular songs and invite the public to participate creating a very special climate of happiness, inclusion and positive attitudes. CRACS de Sabadell is a group which plays different styles of music from all over the world. Well knows pieces which invite the audience to clap and participate. The group is made up of musicians and singers. Mercedes Losada and her group brings together dance, poetry and music with extraordinary performing abilities. Mercedes is the creator and director of the art group which is made up by artists with talent regardless their profile The audience is made up by members of the local community who generally attend the Fresc Festival enjoy the different performances which every day make up the July Festival.

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