“Let me stop here. Let me, too, look at nature awhile.
The brilliant blue of the morning sea, of the cloudless sky,t
he yellow shore; all lovely, all bathed in light.”
Morning Sea ( C.P. Cavafy)
Have we ever wondered about how much waste we produce in daily life?
How much aware are we of how many materials of this waste are recyclable?
Could some of them get easily and costlessly transformed to beautiful toys, to modern photo / painting frames, to useful pen cases?
The objective of the second and last meeting of the Croatian, Greek and Portuguese groups from 13th to 19th September in Madeira (Portugal) is to discover, under the frame of the “Save the Wave” project, how much effort each participating country makes to fight plastic pollution, and which policies they develop and implement for the preservation of marine.
The three groups will also explore and research about their national poets, painters, sculptors, artists, who are deeply connected with nature and sea.
The activities of the meeting in Madeira will include presentations, research, analyzing, group and individual work, storytelling.
Coordinator of the “Save the Wave” project is “Udruga Prizma” in Croatia (www.udrugaprizma.hr) and partners are the “Teatro Metaphora” in Portugal (www.teatrometaphora.org) and “Dione” local development centre in Greece (dionildc.blogspot.com).
For more information, please contact:
Silvestar Petrov email@example.com
Vaso Charitopoulou firstname.lastname@example.org
José António Rodrigues email@example.com