“WOMAN AND ART” PROJECT WILL TURN HOBBY INTO AN INCOME

Leaded by Ardahan University, the e-education project with the subject wmn&ART (Woman and Art) is approved by Turkish Erasmus + programme authorities. The aim of the project is turning the talents and ceramic-intended hobbies of inactive women into an income in the future.

Considering the rapid developments in science and technology and the economic value of entrepreneurship of today’s information age, Ardahan University, All European Women Cultural Collaboration and Solidarity Association, GaleriM Art Gallery and Point Project has gathered together and carried out a project which will support women’s domestic productivity.

Accordingly, in the opening meeting held in Ardahan University, the e-education project with the subject wmn&ART (Woman and Art) is approved by Turkish Erasmus + programme authorities. The aim of the project is turning the talents and ceramic-intended hobbies of inactive women into an income in the future.


The project covers 5 countries and 9 partners; the leading partner is Ardahan University and the other partners are All European Women Cultural Collaboration and Solidarity Association representative Nevin Sisman, GaleriM Art Gallery Organization Limited Company Official Meral Ozturk, Point Project Construction Contracting Engineering and Trade Limited Company Official H. Altug Erbil. Project partners who participated from abroad are Rita Souto Bizarro from Portuguese, Alexandra Orciwova and Kristina Kovacova from Slovak Republic, Giuseppe Olmeti from Spain and Julita Pigulevkiene from Lithuania.


wmn&ART bears the purpose of supporting women especially talented at art to turn their hobbies into a paying and domestic activity and enabling them to be able to get a regular income. Other aims of this project are gaining women this self-employment, involving their children and relatives to their events and making their mental health and family communications better and offering further and special professional education and working opportunities to women selected as “Art Consultants” with the duty of empowering their peers through supporting domestic art and craft activities.