The documentary WE COME TO CREATE. CULTURAL INSTITUTIONS FOR ALL shows the processes and results of the final phase of the European project INARTdis, entitled Fostering social inclusion for all through arts education: developing supports for students with disabilities, which was carried out in six different locations: Graz (Austria), Catalonia and Cantabria (Spain), Berlin (Germany), Skopje (North Macedonia) and Lisbon (Portugal).

In the implementation of the project, children, young people and adults with and without disabilities and professionals from educational centres and artistic and cultural institutions participate in a common project that invites not only to recognise barriers, but also to create levers for their educational and social inclusion in cultural institutions through art and artistic creation.

The participation of people with and without disabilities in the project has meant opening up avenues of collaboration based on respect and recognition of different abilities, confronting and generating learning processes with and from the experiences of these people. The presence of people with disabilities in the teams and of artists with disabilities has facilitated the transformation of these contexts into positive and peaceful spaces for learning, with dialogue between disabled and non-disabled people.

During the development of the project, the process of artistic creation is the main way to bring art closer to people with and without disabilities in inclusive artistic contexts. With the collaboration of cultural and socio-educational institutions from the six locations, artistic creation processes will be experimented in cultural institutions based on the confluence of artistic languages to promote social inclusion: dance, theatre, visual arts and design.

The documentary brings together eight projects: Architecture of life, Nature: an inclusive and sustainable project, (Dis)connected bodies, Relics and reliquaries, Collective aspirations, A diverse and vindicative fashion, Get excited about sharing and Traces. The projects emerge from this collective vision with two aims: to create more inclusive cultural institutions and to accompany other people on socially relevant issues.

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Technical sheet

Production and direction of project

Mar Morón Velasco and Josep Maria Sanahuja Gavaldà.

Coordination team: 9 projects led by

Monika Gigerl. PHSt

Susana Rojas Pernia. UC

Rozita Petrinska Labudović. EfAs

Clarisse Nunes. IPL

Amanda Robledo Sánchez-Guerrero. NBW

Josep Maria Sanahuja Gavaldà. UAB

Ester Miquel Bertrán. UAB

Mar Morón Velasco. UAB

Video production team

Direction and editing: Cecilia Barriga

Image and sound post-production: Antu Ale Miranda

Main video recording: Antu Ale Miranda, Cecilia Barriga


Graz: Selection of materials for editing: Niklas Pichler.

Voice Narrator: Wolfgang Kolleritsch

Santander: Video recordings: Iria Angulo, Susana Rojas

Photographs: Araceli Gedack, Susana Rojas

Lisbon: Production assistant: Kátia Sá Video recordings: Pedro Santos, Kátia Sá

Barcelona: Video recordings: Elna Duran, Mar Morón

Vibbra Productora Adiovisual, S.L.

Subtitles: Servei d’Audiovisuals. Facultat de Ciències de l’Educació. UAB

Participating institucions (in order of appearance)

AUSTRIA: ASO Fürstenfeld (Special School), Volksschule Graz-St. Johann (Primary school), Praxisvolksschule der PH Steiermark (Primary school), Mittelschule Deutschfeistritz (Secondary school), Atelier Randkunst, Lebenshilfe – LebensGroß, Universalmuseum Joanneum, Kunsthaus Graz, Archäologiemuseum Graz, Naturkundemuseum.

CANTABRIA: Colegio Manuel Llano de Santander, Fundación Obra San Martín, Centro de Educación Especial Pintor Martín Sáez de Laredo, IES Bernardino Escalante de Laredo, Atelier Sierrallana, Naves de Gamazo, Museo de la Naturaleza de Cantabria, Sala de Exposiciones de la Universidad de Cantabria.

PORTUGAL: Instituto da Imaculada para Pessoas com Necessidades Especiais, CERCI LISBOA Cooperativa de Educação Reabilitação para a Capacitação e Inclusão, Santa Casa da Misericórdia de Lisboa (SCML), São Roque Museum.

GERMANY: Hermann von Helmholtz School, Schule am Bienwaldring, Thikwa Werkstatt für Theater und Kunst, Young Arts Neukölln, Freiraumlabor, BerlinMondiale.

CATALONIA: Tallers Bellvitge, Fundació Aspasim, Fundació Aspace, Escola Rel, Escola del Mar, Institut-Escola Costa i Llobera, Institut Vallbona d’Anoia, Museu Nacional d’Art de Catalunya, Mercat de les Flors. Casa de la Dansa, Can Framis. Fundació Vila Casas, Museu del Disseny de Barcelona, Teatre Nacional de Catalunya.

This project has been funded with support from the European Commission. This publication reflects the views only of the author, and the Commission cannot be held responsible for any use which may be made of the information contained therein.

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