The trailer about the project “Türkenmariandl 2014-2017” is online.
They come from Romania, Afghanistan, Poland, Italy, Latvia and Africa: Fourteen young people from the Mittelschule Landsberg Ost between 14 and 18 years are currently working on migration histories and experiences in the past and their own life situations within the framework of the “Türkenmariandl yesterday” project. Young people, who are not even a year in Germany with their parents, sit at the table when it comes to the special features of German everyday life.
The extracurricular project is part of the cultural education work of the Landsberger Kulturverein «dieKunstBauStelle e.V.».
The implementation is carried out together with the partners, the Mittelschule Landsberg and the Landsberg Tagblatt.
dieKunstBauStelle e .v.
Mittelschule Landsberg am Lech
Landsberger Tagblatt, Redaktion
The project “Tamam” is supported by the “MeinLand program – a time for the future” of the Turkish community in Germany within the framework of the Federal Culture program. Alliances for the formation of the Federal Ministry of Education and Research.
Sabine März-Lerch, Speaker and the “Bayerischen Rundfunk”.
Rachel Drissi for edditing and video.
BERLIN: 8 SEPTEMBER 2017
Five-year alliance (2013 – 2017)
best-practice in MeinLand – time for the future
On 8th September, the closing event of the MeinLand program – Time for the Future took place in the Workshop of Cultures in Berlin. A day off and an evening gala were on the agenda. A total of 150 young and adult participants from 11 different countries were present.
The highlight of the event was to award prizes to 75 representatives of 14 alliances. They were honored for their outstanding works.
Five jury members handed out prizes in the categories “participation”, “public effectiveness” and “vision” after a short eulogy.
The project and alliance “Turkenmariandl” of the KunstKunstBauStelle association was awarded as one of 125 projects with a prize in the category “Public Effectiveness”.
In addition to the association, the KunstBauStelle, the Mittelschule Landsberg am Lech and the Landsberger Tagblatt are involved in the project.
eight contributors – representatives, volunteers and youths – were invited to the award ceremony in Berlin:
Pictures in the media library