Making Europe's businesses future-ready: A new Industrial Strategy for a globally competitive, green and digital Europe

On 10 March 2020, the Commission presented a new Strategy to help Europe's industry lead the twin transitions towards climate neutrality and digital leadership. The Strategy aims to drive Europe's competitiveness and its strategic autonomy at a time of moving geopolitical plates and increasing global competition.

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Partner study and collaboration workshop and Teachers training in Tartu Art School, Estonia

Despite the epidemic coronavirus threat occurred and special measures applied from the different countries, project CODE partners held Partner study and collaboration workshop of 3 full effective working days in Tartu, Estonia during March 09th - 11th . The same week Tartu Art School, together with Tiimiakatemia Global, Finland organized training for CODEproject teachers for five full working days.

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Tessellation and guests from abroad @ Tartu Art School

On Monday students started to learn about a new concept of tessellation. It has been used in art for many centuries and attracts attention because of its beauty and the way how simple geometrical shapes transform into detailed images, so, it was popular before, especially in architecture.

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The students consider their future @ Tartu Art School

Some changes have arrived and the group is getting busier with their own personal projects. This week there was a new teacher who talked with the students about how to reach potential customers. Every person presented to others their ideas and the teacher advised what and how could they change the artworks.

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Students learn about stop-motion @ Tartu Art School

This week for the group was shorter than usual because on Monday people celebrated the Independence Day of Estonia. Nonetheless, students keep improving their skills and now was the time to start making films by using a stop-motion approach. Actually, previously people were asked to decide what would they like to learn and since the stop-motion technique was mentioned, teachers agreed to show students, so, they could themselves get to know this art form.

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