QuarantinART aims to empower women by providing them with knowledge, competencies, and tools to explore their artistic side. The project focuses on improving understanding of artistic environments and diversity concepts, enabling women who may not have had prior opportunities or artistic backgrounds to invest time and energy in a more creative life. The consortium consists of 5 partners from 5 EU countries, bringing together diverse sectoral, geographical, and professional backgrounds.
The project’s workshops and lessons are designed to boost women’s creativity, thereby promoting their mental health and overall well-being. By creating an inspiring environment and allowing space for women to follow their passions, QuarantinART aims to help them develop their creative talents alongside their academic pursuits. Through this project, women will have the opportunity to engage in activities such as painting, knitting, drawing, and other art forms, fostering personal growth and enhancing their overall life satisfaction.
QuarantinART seeks to expand the notion of creativity beyond traditional art forms, encouraging women to embrace creativity as an attitude and problem-solving approach that can positively impact their lives.