INFRA · Inclusive Network For Refugee Artists is a network which aims to favour the social and professional integration of artists in exile in Europe. Led by six european cultural structures, INFRA aims to support these artists in the creation of professional links with the European cultural sector.
The social, economic and democratic crises European societies are currently experiencing threaten the human freedoms of creation and expression. Believing that social cohesion can only exist when culture, art and democracy work together, INFRA has chosen to support the work of refugee artists in exile in Europe.
Their path to social and professional integration is inherent to their individual processes, as well as the fight for the preservation and respect of their rights. Thus, the main aim of INFRA is to facilitate their understanding of their new environment by offering them individual support and by validating their competences and talents.
The presence of these artists in Europe is a cultural, artistic, social and economic opportunity. By allowing them to create freely, INFRA aims to encourage the appearance of a diverse and inclusive European consciousness.
Read more about INFRA. - in collaboration with: Open Design Course -co-funded by the Creative Europe Programme of the European Union.