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Art 4 Inclusion

Welcome to – Where Creativity Unites Us All!

In Art4Inclusion, we believe in the transformative power of art and culture, fostering an environment where every child, regardless of ability, can not only participate in enriching artistic experiences but also become an integral part of their local and regional communities. Our mission goes beyond hosting art and cultural events; we strive to bridge gaps, build friendships, and raise awareness about the rights of children with disabilities.

Our Story


Art4Inclusion was born out of the need of the members of Imagine Heritage Non-Profit, to highlight the actions of children with special educational needs, the development of their abilities, and social inclusion, for an inclusive education. These children are the cultural protagonists through their example of a life of equality.


The Active citizens fund program allowed us to implement the project "Music Therapy Project for Children with Special Educational Needs". Therefore, we created the online platform of to host the project and our actions. The goal of Imagine Heritage is to maintain the idea and vision of Art4Inclusion to empower, educate, and inspire children. Supporters of this project are also the Norwegian Non-Profit, Culture Break Borders, and Cerebral Palsy Greece/Open Door.

Music Therapy Project for Children with Special Educational Needs

The project "Music Therapy Project for children with Special Educational Needs" is implemented within the framework of the Active citizens fund program, with Imagine Heritage as the implementing body and Culture Break Borders and Cerebral Palsy Greece/Open Door as partners.


The Active citizens fund program, amounting to €15 million, is financed by Iceland, Liechtenstein, and Norway and is part of the financial mechanism of the European Economic Area (EEA) for the period 2014 – 2021, known as EEA Grants. The program aims to strengthen the sustainability of civil society and to highlight its role in promoting democratic processes, strengthening citizens' participation in society and defending human rights.


The management of the grant of the Active citizens fund program for Greece has been jointly undertaken by the Bodosaki Foundation and SolidarityNow.


Read more here:

EEA Grants: It is the name of the Financial Mechanism of the EEA in Greece and 14 other countries in central and Eastern Europe.


Active citizens fund: It is the name of the EEA Grants program that finances projects to strengthen Civil Society, in Greece and 14 still countries in central and Eastern Europe.

Contact Person: Ms. Katerina Maistrali



Phone: 210-8646718

Pink Dust

Our Purpose is an open project for inclusive art and cultural initiative events designed specifically for kids with disabilities. We understand that every child is unique, and art provides a universal language that transcends barriers.

Through our initiatives, we aim to create a platform where these children can not only express themselves but also develop essential life skills, boost their confidence, and showcase their talents.


Meet our Team

Our team is made up of organizations and educators who are dedicated to promoting inclusion and diversity through the arts. Meet our team members below:


Initiative Implementer

The Imagine Heritage Non-Profit, with the aim of Culture and Cultural Heritage, aims not only to bridge, highlight and preserve Cultural Heritage in Europe, but also to ensure the active participation of all citizens of society.

It is a great opportunity given to us by the Active citizens fund program to implement this initiative dedicated to exploiting the therapeutic potential of music to improve the lives of children with disabilities and to encourage a community for meaningful inclusion and support of children in society, in their actions and empowerment.



The Culture Break Borders Non-Profit, focuses on cultural projects across borders involving artists of all genres. "We believe that the power of the arts produces positive results concerning challenges related to human rights, democracy, and civil society."



The Cerebral Palsy Greece/Open Door is a Specially Recognized Charity, founded in 1972 to develop welfare for people with cerebral palsy in Greece. At the "Open Door" Standard Education and Rehabilitation Center, in Argyroupoli, a wide range of education and rehabilitation services and programs are offered daily and free to 240 children, teenagers, and adults with cerebral palsy.

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