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Autostrada Biennale recently opened Autostrada Hangar and invited Kooperativa to join a panel to discuss new models of education that will empower the youth of Kosovo with the focus on informal education programs on Creative and Cultural Industries.

The main aim of the panel was to discuss about the projects that will support innovation and creativity in young people in ways relevant to employability. Therefore, the Autostrada Hangar, as an Education and Production Space for youth, will provide adequate equipment and expertise for students, graduates and aspiring entrepreneurs, as well as promote entrepreneurial activity and inter-sector interaction and partnerships

PANEL DISCUSSION:
Art production as a sustainable form of learning and exchange

PANELISTS:
~ Vatra Adnan Abrashi, Co-founder and Education Director in Autostrada Biennale
~ Besa Luzha, FES Prishtina
~ Övül Ö. Durmusoglu, Co-curator of Autostrada Biennale
~ Tihana Pupovac, Coordinator of Kooperativa – Regional Platform for Culture, Croatia
~ Hans-Juergen Cassens, Director of ITP Prizren (Innovation and Training Park

On 6th March, Autostrada Biennale organized the panel to discuss about the new models of education that will empower the youth of Kosovo with the focus on informal education programs on Creative and Cultural Industries.

Lack of skills, in most relevant professional fields, limits the economic development of the country. The main aim of the panel was to discuss about the projects that will support innovation and creativity in young people in ways relevant to employability.

Therefore, the Autostrada Hangar as an Education and Production Space for youth will provide adequate equipment and expertise for students, graduates and aspiring entrepreneurs, as well as promote entrepreneurial activity and inter-sector interaction and partnerships.

Their new space with its two studios, the Atelier and the Technology LAB, along with its education program employing experts in their fields, will have a long-term impact on young people for future jobs related to art, technology and innovation. These projects/programs will also have a long-term impact to improve informal education opportunities in Kosovo.

The panel discussion was organized in partnership and was generously supported by Friedrich Ebert Stiftung, Prishtina Office.

Autostrada Biennale recently opened Autostrada Hangar and invited Kooperativa to join a panel to discuss new models of education that will empower the youth of Kosovo with the focus on informal education programs on Creative and Cultural Industries.

The main aim of the panel was to discuss about the projects that will support innovation and creativity in young people in ways relevant to employability. Therefore, the Autostrada Hangar, as an Education and Production Space for youth, will provide adequate equipment and expertise for students, graduates and aspiring entrepreneurs, as well as promote entrepreneurial activity and inter-sector interaction and partnerships

PANEL DISCUSSION:
Art production as a sustainable form of learning and exchange

PANELISTS:
~ Vatra Adnan Abrashi, Co-founder and Education Director in Autostrada Biennale
~ Besa Luzha, FES Prishtina
~ Övül Ö. Durmusoglu, Co-curator of Autostrada Biennale
~ Tihana Pupovac, Coordinator of Kooperativa – Regional Platform for Culture, Croatia
~ Hans-Juergen Cassens, Director of ITP Prizren (Innovation and Training Park

On 6th March, Autostrada Biennale organized the panel to discuss about the new models of education that will empower the youth of Kosovo with the focus on informal education programs on Creative and Cultural Industries.

Lack of skills, in most relevant professional fields, limits the economic development of the country. The main aim of the panel was to discuss about the projects that will support innovation and creativity in young people in ways relevant to employability.

Therefore, the Autostrada Hangar as an Education and Production Space for youth will provide adequate equipment and expertise for students, graduates and aspiring entrepreneurs, as well as promote entrepreneurial activity and inter-sector interaction and partnerships.

Their new space with its two studios, the Atelier and the Technology LAB, along with its education program employing experts in their fields, will have a long-term impact on young people for future jobs related to art, technology and innovation. These projects/programs will also have a long-term impact to improve informal education opportunities in Kosovo.

The panel discussion was organized in partnership and was generously supported by Friedrich Ebert Stiftung, Prishtina Office.