Luigi Sturzo Institute will present KVALUES project as a case study
19-20 May 2014
Venue: Magyar Kereskedelmi és Vendéglátóipari Múzeum/ Hungarian Museum of Trade and Tourism
1036. Budapest, Korona tér 1

Community Exhibitions as Tools for Adults' Individual Development (CETAID) is a partnership of museums, heritage sites and cultural institutions from Hungary, Portugal, Italy and the UK  sharing practical ideas and innovative approaches to engaging local communities.  Involving people in participatory projects is a dynamic process where the personal and social impacts can have the power to transform lives.  Cultural organisations engaging with local audiences are rewarded by insights and creative inspiration, resulting in more relevant, meaningful and powerful places to be for all our visitors, attractive to new audiences and richer partnerships.  It is not always easy: there can be many barriers to participation; but we have worked together to explore possible solutions and to learn from the positive experiences of others to improve our own practice.

This two-day conference is organized to share the results of this partnership focusing on adult learning while the day preceeding the conference provides and opportunity to get an overall idea of the Hungarian museum community by participating in the Hungarian Museums' Fair where museums outside Hungary can also promote their work or simply enjoy various cultural encounters.

Luigi Sturzo Institute, on Monday morning, will present as case study the European Project KVALUES.

The title of the presentation by Antonia Liguori and Barbara Tieri is "How to transform our life into a learning environment? The KVALUES Project and the use of the Digital Storytelling methodology for the self evaluation of key competences". More details on



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