A significant part of the PAIC project is dedicated to creating a framework/curriculum as an implementation programme outcome. This curriculum will serve as a model for research and art-based social action practices and will be one of the key intellectual outcomes of the project.
Documenting the experience derived from collective research mapping existing practices and methodologies in the different territories across the Europe, creative workshop program and case studies, data gathering and capturing best practices will serve as a rich source of knowledge and information, which aims to development of new tools to create a new creative energy, spread creative atmosphere and
inform policy and decision
making, and thus have a significant impact on expanding the role of art and culture in the development of deprived areas.
This curriculum / framework will be used as a guide for artists and creative practitioners in order to increase their efficiency in work and expand possibilities for their application in other deprived areas / invisible communities.