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Upplýsingar um tækifæri í sjálfboðastarfi
Upplýsingar um störf, frumkvöðlastarf, þjálfun og skammtíma vinnu
Tækifæri í námi og þjálfun um alla Evrópu
Segðu þín skoðun á stjórnmálum og samfélaginu og taktu þátt í stefnumótunarsamræðum
Listir, vísindi og nýsköpun í þínum höndum
Allt um heilsu þína, vellíðan og íþróttir
Réttur þinn til að líða vel og búa við öryggi
Uppgötvaðu heiminn utan Evrópu
Hagnýtar upplýsingar um ferðalög í Evrópu
"Theatre, arts and dance – a creative way to cross borders", a project in Berne.
The weather is warm in Bümpliz, with summer treading timidly on the heels of spring, a fine evening. I prolong my stroll around the town centre; my appointment is at 7.30.
The gentle sound of a music box, four people seated around a desk, working. They slowly lose their balance, end up on the ground, slowly try to get up again. They make it, but return to their original, precarious position.
As an artist, working in another country can provide you with new sources of inspiration. You will gain experience and knowledge and might even expand your audience or start a partnership.
Are there any famous works of art that you would like to see but don’t have the chance to? Now you don’t even have to go to Paris to see the Mona Lisa or to Florence to visit David. Culture was never easier to access!