Sunday, November 5, 2017

October in review & 2017 UNESCO Creative Cities : Portugal





Amarante, Portugal
Creative Cities Network Music
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On the 31 October 2017, 64 new cities from 44 countries have been designated as UNESCO Creative Cities by Director-General, Irina Bokova. 

"They join a Network at the frontline of UNESCO’s efforts to foster innovation and creativity as key drivers for a more sustainable and inclusive urban development. This network attracts growing interest from local authorities."

Since 2004, the UNESCO Creative Cities Network highlights its members’ creativity within seven fields:  Crafts and Folk Art, Design, Film, Gastronomy, Literature, Media Arts and Music. It now counts a total of 180 cities in 72 countries.




Barcelos, Portugal
Creative Cities Network Crafts and Folk Art

There are three Portuguese cities among the list: Amarante, Barcelos, Braga, Portugal. 

Creative Cities Network highlights Music in Amarante, Crafts and Folk Art in Barcelos and Media Arts in Braga.




I am very proud of the to see three Portuguese cities included into UNESCO Creative Cities Network 2017.
    And now, it's time to the review of the most popular posts of October:


    Here are the most popular posts of the last month:







Hope you enjoyed my pedagocical proposals published in October. I know you loved because there is a wonderful number of readers. Not only in October. All along the years. How nice of you!

Thanks all the educators from around the world that kindly read my blog every day. 

Have a nice time wherever you are! Here, Autumn is wonderful!

G-Souto

05.11.2017
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