We​ ​live​ ​in​ ​a​ ​moment​ ​in​ ​which​ ​the​ ​visual​ ​language​ ​is​ ​an important​ ​part​ ​of​ ​our​ ​everyday.​ ​We​ ​need​ ​tools​ ​and instruments​ ​in​ ​order​ ​to​ ​read,​ ​to​ ​generate​ ​and​ ​to​ ​decode the​ ​images​ ​around​ ​us.​​ ​T​his​ ​project​ ​proposes​ ​a​ ​wider understanding​ ​and​ ​acknowledgment​ ​on​ ​visual​ ​language through​ ​contemporary​ ​art.


The idea is to offer an exclusive programme of summer camps based on two important values: CONTEMPORARY ART through practice and leading by spanish artists and BILINGUALISM, Spanish and English language.


– Learning the creative process of the artist from the contemporary artists themselves. Knowledge through a variety of activities, different ways of exploring, investigating, thinking and developing a work of art.

– The use of visual artistic elements such as the light, shadows, composition and colour. The use of mediums such as photography, video, theater, performance and installation.

-We will use the exhibition space as the objective for investigation; the scenography, communication and the curatorial elements. We will give meaning to the creations and think about the different ways to showcase the work.

– The cultural mediation for the workshops will translate the contemporary art praxis to the everyday.
– The use of Spanish language as added value to the learning.


-Exercise creativity to know our environment in a critical and personal way.
-Learn other forms of personal expression through contemporary art.
-Show different ways of telling our reality.
-Educate artistic sensibility

Our first workshop

maria arceo, artist

Instituto Cervantes London , an official institution conceived to promote the
Spanish language and Hispanic culture supports Making Art Happen, a project
which will take place in schools and cultural centres across the UK. The project’s nature
and the aim is to help Spanish contemporary art and Spanish language dissemination,
as well as generating new forms of access for the use and enjoyment of the
contemporary art created by our artists.

ubiquotechs, a group of Spanish computer scientists have been in contact with us to be able to collaborate in making a final exhibition applying its technology of interactive sensors. In short, we could make a final interactive presentation!

transit projects Transit Projects collaborates with the most important cultural, educational and social organisations in order to help define innovative strategies for companies, associations, foundations or public institutions. We believe it is essential to redraw profiles and functions, define new lines of action and structure new internal process in an ever-changing working scene. 

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