Project Creative at home was created to help artists experiencing problems during the COVID-19 pandemic. The aim of the project is to develop an innovative model of online art education for adults who want to develop their creativity and, consequently, their entrepreneurship, and for adults belonging to groups at risk of exclusion, i.e. seniors, the disabled or the unemployed, for whom access to art education online will also contribute to the growth of .in. their self-esteem and social inclusion, using new technologies and marketing tools.



Our Goals

For who?

Target group

The target group of our project are artists-educators deprived of earning opportunities due to the pandemic. These are people who are not afraid of innovation in their actions, who, when implementing their activities, think more broadly than assumed by the basic assumptions resulting from the methods of non-formal education, and who previously did not have an effective technological tool for working with young people. The target group also includes adults participating in online art classes who will directly benefit from participating in the project.

Everyone can join us!



The main beneficiary of the project is the Institute of Work and Education from Gliwice (Poland) and the partners helping to create the website and run the project are Blue Beehive from Spain, Public Open University Čakovec from Croatia, MOSAIC//Culture & Creativity from Greece and YouNet from Italy.
The Institute of Work and Education

About us

The Institute of Work and Education, which is the beneficiary of the Creative at home project, has existed since 2015. The Institute carries out strategic projects for the government administration and runs social economy enterprises on a national scale. It has offices in 8 cities in Silesia and employs over 20 people. The Institute cooperates with several dozen local governments, supports over a hundred NGOs, and with its activities it reaches tens of thousands of recipients annually. We run projects for the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, consulting projects sych as The Center for Assistance to Persons Victims of Crime in Gliwice or the Center for Foreigners Support in Katowice, projects in the field of cybersecurity, projects supporting young people at risk of social exclusion and with disabilities and many cultural projects.