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“Aripi spre educatie” project – “Educatia da viata” association


A young volunteer of ARVIS, Lucia Ignatescu, was invited by the association “Educatia da viata” to join the project “Aripi spre educatie”, between 17-30 August 2015.

The project aim was to fight against school failure and school dropout.

The participants met the students of the school in Scanteia village. They shared opinions and activities, played games and understood the meaning and the importance of being a student.

The 18 volunteers also spent several days at the seaside at Costinesti.

We thank “Educatia de viata” association for this challenging and impressing experience.






NaTech (Nature and Technology)



NaTech project aims to develop the outdoors learning and the IT competences at the same time, to overpass the prejudice of the border between nature and technology, to establish an adequate balance between outdoor learning and IT learning, to choose non-conventional places for the learning process, to create IT didactic materials for formal/ informal/ nonformal education, to develop the creativity of the learners, irrespective of their age.

NaTech learning activities

Laptops in the park

NaTech original learning media materials

NaTech Exhibition – pleading for conciliation between nature and technology

Talent in Action

Talent in Action is a project which aims to valorize the talent of youths, especially in the artistic field: literature, music, painting, graphics, photography, theatre, film and others, by organizing cultural events (shows, exhibitions)

Ioana Huțuleac
Painting and graphics exhibition

7 – 14 November 2012
Mall Gallery Suceava

Presentation made by the painter Konstantyn Ungureanu-Box

Ca-n cer – Eduard Buhac – one man show

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BookTea (Ceainaresti)


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BookTea is a project initiated by a young ARVIS member, Yvonna Țăranu-Hofnăr, and consists in a literary circle which takes place in the cultural atmosphere of the book-shop CĂRTUREȘTI MALL Suceava. Students, young people and adults gather there to drink tea, to discuss about the best books or music, about the history of art and mentalities. This literary circle is opened to whoever wants to enter in a cultural dialogue.

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