Colorful Songs

We know the union of education and arts operates positively in the neuronal tissue of children, it builds self-esteem, cultural identity and safeguards and promotes pluralism, recognition and respect for others, which is why four project partners took the decision of continuing with Colorful Songs as Erasmus+ KA2 partnership.

Project Journal


  • Today our club started their poems inspired by the music and paintings by the Lithuanian artist KM Ciurlianis.


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    - Posted by Fatima Duerden, 22.01.2018


  • 2nd kindergarten Ierapetra


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    - Posted by ΔΕΣΠΟΙΝΑ ΤΣΙΦΕΤΑΚΗ, 18.01.2018


  • Started creating poems inspired by Mikalojus Konstantinas Čiurlionis work


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    - Posted by Cecilia Cantizano, 09.01.2018


  • Šiaulių Sauliaus Sondeckio gymnasium of art
    Spanish art, Antonio Padron, poems...


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    - Posted by Justina Šaltė, 14.12.2017


  • Šiaulių Sauliaus Sondeckio gymnasium of art
    Spanish art, Antonio Padron, poems...


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    - Posted by Justina Šaltė, 14.12.2017