10-11.01.2019, Santo Tirso (PT)
AYCH consortium organises Local Creative Jam at Santo Tirso Factory
Young participants will have the opportunity to form new project ideas to interact with Santo Tirso municipaly
The AYCH Creative Jam will be held on 10 and 11 January at Santo Tirso Factory in Portugal, under the theme “Holy Tirso Inclusive, Sustainable and Fashionable – Reinvents the City!”, as part of the Atlantic Youth Creative Hubs (AYCH) project. This initiative is a competitive, creative and enterprising challenge, in which young participants will be invited to develop new ideas and projects, aiming at creating spaces and dynamics for tourism, leisure and work, to experience and interact with Santo Tirso, as a city that is intended to be inclusive, sustainable and fashionable.
AYCH project is funded by Interreg Atlantic Area and its main objective is to develop new approaches in support services for young people throughout the Atlantic Area in the creative sector, seeking to foster entrepreneurship and youth employment. The partnership is composed of 13 institutions from Portugal, Spain, France and the United Kingdom, being Santo Tirso City Council the Portuguese representative, and has a total budget of 4.2 million euros.
Published on: 2019-01-09
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