Six schools in the region are part of the MUS-E Europe is also trying to teach tolerance and cultural integration with charity projects like 'Teach Africa' for the construction of schools in Senegal
The Councillor for Education, Josefa Maroto, attend Thursday April 7 celebration of the Mus-E Intercentros Day to be held at the offices of Maris Stella College of Cartagena, from 10 to 13 hours.
MUS-e Program is an innovative project for Educational and Social Integration Through the Arts, which performs the Yehudi Menuhin Foundation, Spain in collaboration with the Ministry of Education and Science and the Ministry of Education of the Region of Murcia.
The purpose of the MUS-E Programme is to promote the arts, especially music, singing, theater, dance and visual arts in schools as a tool that encourages social integration and cultural education of children , prevent violence, racism and promoting tolerance and the encounter between different cultures, with respect to diversity.
Activities at school Stella Maris will start at 10.00 am with the reception of MUS-E schools invited, followed by the start of the workshops in music, dance and visual arts, a tasting area, a breakfast and as a culmination, about 12.30 pm there will be a representation MUS-E and a farewell dance.
Six schools in the Region of Murcia are part of the MUS-E Programme: In addition to Stella Maris, involving the IES Sierra Minera de La Unión, Murcia Barriomar CP, CP San Cristobal de Lorca, CP Hernandez Ardieta of Primitive López Roldán and CEE Cartagena.
SWISS ORIGIN AND SOLIDARITY PROJECTS
The MUS-E first developed in Switzerland in 1994.
Since then it has grown to be implemented in 443 schools in fifteen countries in Europe, currently working on the 892 program and participating artists in it, at European level, over 45,000 children.
The work is done through workshops in theater, dance, music and visual arts, which are even taught by working artists and teaching experience, in which it is intended that the participating children to channel their creativity, strengthen their self-esteem and improve your vision the school environment.
MUS-E activities are taught in schools, within school hours, and continue during the school year.
This Foundation conducts further charitable projects such as Project "Teach Africa" â€‹â€‹with which he intends to build schools in disadvantaged areas of Senegal.
Source: Ayuntamiento de Cartagena