Six European partners work together on the central question: How can a sensory approach and an artistic attitude contribute to an education that leads to a more connected and sustainable world?

Through artistic interventions, workshops, tools and publications, SenseSquared wants to demonstrate that this approach can and should become the heart of all education.


Training workshop for project participants and other people interested in the SenseSquared approach

A Sensory Ethnography Training

Mon 23 May – Tue 24 May, 16:00-17:30
Online course by Anna Harris

A conference where all partners present and discuss their projects with the participants.

1st SenseSquared Conference

Sat 26 Nov (Conference)
Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation, Lisbon & online

An online series of animated cartoons for an audience of children, parents and teachers. Each video contains playful ideas on sound and music that invite subtle sensory interaction.


6 publications/school year
Online on Youtube