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We consider education as the main tool for developing transformative citizenship. With educational glasses, we transform the landscape, we create new realities and we face new challenges. We understand education as a huge closet of open questions, a space for daring, and the discovery of new potential.

A “factory of ideas” where every idea is a treasure, each treasure means a project and every project it’s an exciting reason to keep looking for.

A place to share and build new educational landscapes, using as a tool the talent of the people.

A space to offer networks, transmission links experience and knowledge.

A space to dream, enjoy and build discovering.
A space to give wings to the aspirations of the people, which explore practices and experiences to stimulate their creativity.

A place for art and rebellion. A place for avant-garde and rebellion.

PROJECTS

PROYECTOS HISTÓRICOS

A week of cinema

A week of cinema

Audio-visual Communication Programme.
Keeping in mind the current importance of communication in general and of the new information and audio-visual technologies particularly, “A week of cinema” offered a practical and useful tool to the educational community.
The educational value of “A week of cinema”, beyond just earning technical skills or achieving a communicative efficiency, it aimed to provide the students the opportunity to experiment with a way of communication that implies creating, producing and making an audio-visual product of moving images “film”.
Project developed and managed for BBK Social Projects.

The good treatment is news

The good treatment is news

The objective of this programme was to promote equality as an educational principle that assures the elimination of models that promote unequal relationships. Education for equality, is a model that proposes values, strategies and tools to eliminate gender stereotypes and the prevention of violence against girls and women in education.
But also “good treatment is news” combined attractive elements for the participants.
• A week outside the education centre, in a different coexistence and education interaction space, with new resources.
• A methodology mostly supported in playing, with attractive tools (new technologies, sport activity, leisure, communication,…).
A transversal education programme, active and specific.
Project developed and managed for BBK Social Projects.

Learn to undertake

Learn to undertake

The programme “Learn to undertake” was a tool to promote entrepreneurship since the youth, provoking a cultural change from education in the training centres, developing a series of social abilities and knowledge that help the youngest population enter the job market.
It proposed the participants to look for an idea and to develop it in a business plan, as well as they participating in a series of complementary activities.
Project coordinated and managed for Lan Ekintza with the contribution of the Culture and Education Area and BBK Gazte Lanbidean, financed jointly with the European Social Fund.

Didactic concerts

Didactic concerts

More than twenty years, interacting in its great sociocultural metamorphosis, we came to the conclusion that we should make an effort to promote the access to culture for the youngest. Being facilitators when comprehending their languages and stimulating their consumption. And more than a decade, knowing that “you have to plant to gather”, for BBK and together with the BOS we starting managing the programme of Didactic Concerts.

Music camps

Music camps

This Summer Camp expected for the boys and girls to live music working on basis and deep aspects of music practice, while enjoying the art of making music. They had 50 hours to address music creation and practice from: the voice, the body, the instruments.
The camp allowed the youngsters to meet and recognise each other, researching by themselves, discovering abilities and difficulties, putting them at the service of making music in group and presenting the result of their work.

Children’s observatory of the arts

Children’s observatory of the arts

Our “Children Observatory for the Arts” tried to do its bit in the difficult task of getting kids interested in the museum. It is not easy to get that, when the time and space we devote to fantasy, to stories, or to knowledge is disputed by other and more fierce means such as video games, the internet, the cinema or television.
We also wanted them “to see” art, not as a school subject, but as gratifying, participatory and playful experience.
This programme tried to develop the ability to interpret and enjoy, in a critical and intelligent way, the complex and wonderful world of Contemporary Art.
Project developed for BBK External Relations.