Children, Art and the Future of the Mediterranean


ICAF and the Mediterranean



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ICAF and the Mediterranean


ICAF has organized a Peace Through Art Program on a Mediterranean country and many countries in the region have participated in ICAF’s first and second Arts Olympiads. A list of partner organizations and ministries is provided below:
European and Mediterranean Partners


Albania, National Art Gallery Lithuania, Office of the First Lady

Austria, School Board of Vienna Macedonia, Ministry of Education

Bosnia-Herzegovina, Education Builds Malta, Maltese Education Division
Bulgaria, Spiritual Mirror and Ministry of Youth & Sport Moldova, Children's Art School

Croatia, Ministry of Education and Sport Norway, International Museum of Children's Art

Cyprus, Ministry of Education Romania, Euro-Asia Promotion & Cultural Foundation

Denmark, Children, Art & Pictures Russia, Art School for Children

Germany, ICAF e.V. Serbia & Montenegro, Center for Youth Initiative

Israel, Projective – The Artists Museum Sweden, Moderna Museet


Italy, Ministry of Public Instruction Turkey, D-Atelier, Ankara

Latvia, Art Teachers Association Ukraine, Ministry of Education & Culture


Lebanon, National UNESCO Commission United Kingdom, Eureka Museum & ICAF UK


In 2004, ICAF opened its first European office in Munich, Germany to play a leadership role in art and creativity programs in Europe and the Mediterranean. ICAF is seeking partner organizations, professionals and patrons to advance its mission -- to prepare the children for a creative and cooperative future.


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Ashfaq Ishaq, Ph.D. is ICAF founder and executive director. All rights reserved. ICAF © 2004



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38, No. 3.

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12, 195-197.

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New Directions for Child Development (Vol. 73). San Francisco: Josey-Bass.

Runco, M. A. & Charles, R. (1997). “Developmental Trends in Creative Potential and Creative Performance.”

In M. A. Runco (Ed.), Creativity Research Handbook (Vol, pp. 115-152).

Sternberg, R. J. & Lubart, T. I. (1995). Defying the Crowd: Cultivating Creativity in a Culture of Conformity.

New York: Free Press.

Venturelli, S. (2001). From the Information Economy to the Creative Economy – Moving Culture to the Center of



International Public Policy. Washington, DC: Center for Arts and Culture.



1 Americans for Peace Now newsletter March 22, 2004, which quoted Associated Press, March 11, 2004 and Ha’aretz, March 16, 2004.


2 For information on the Center, visit http://www.healthsystem.virginia.edu.


3 ICAF also publishes the ChildArt Magazine and organizes educational symposia, for example, www.InnovationsInEducation.org


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