Konstantinos Karalariotis

Konstantinos Karalariotis

Project Manager @MYARTIST Currently finishing my Bachelor in International & European Affairs (the University of Piraeus), I have a diverse background with interests in EU values, democracy, civic engagement, political violence, and education. Being a volunteer since 2018, I have experience in Event Management (TEDxPanteionUniversity), writing academic articles with a specific interest in LGBTQIA+, psychosocial consequences of war, political violence & terrorism (Student Association For International Affairs), and also as a Junior Streetworker in an organization supporting the homeless, socially vulnerable people and socially excluded seniors at risk of imminent homelessness or in a street situation (Emfasis Foundation). Since 2020, I have been a Proposal Writer & Project Manager in several EU-funded projects (Erasmus+ & European Solidarity Corps). At the same time, I have facilitated discussions and workshops regarding civic engagement, sustainability, and privilege, mainly using the non-formal educational methodology. My interest in arts began very soon in my life when I decided to start music lessons. After that, I completed 12 years of learning classical piano and the first degree in Advanced Music Theory. In any case, if you have an idea for a project or you want to share a thought with me, do not hesitate to DM me. Have a good one!
Website URL: https://myartist.gr/

From October 3-5, the third Learning Teaching Training Activity (LTTA) of the EU-funded project "T4T - Tools4Teaching in Digital Education Settings" took place in Athens, Greece. The host organization for mobility was MYARTIST, an organization with background and expertise in various fields and topics related to arts, culture, accessibility and inclusion.

Monday, 19 September 2022 08:05

Languages bring us closer in a nutshell

We live in a hyperconnected world. A world that brings people closer, that shortens distances, but in which reflection and critical thinking are less and less practiced. We understand that one of the most important spheres of the human being is communication, understood in a broad sense. And that is why we consider it is important to reflect on some components of communication that sometimes go unnoticed, i.e., on the non-conventional languages.

Through our project we aim to re-introduce new or non-popular ways of communication and interaction linked to each partner's expertise. CEPA Gloria Fuertes will describe the power of body and visual language. Istituto dei Sordi di Torino will emphasize on the significance of Sign Language regarding the effective communication between the hearing world and the Deaf Community. MYARTIST will introduce us to the greatness of emotional language and gestures. Accordingly, GLAFKA will point out on the new digitally developed language and terminology and REGENT’S UNIVERSITY LONDON will focus on language that is derived from music and sound.


CEPA Gloria Fuertes, Spain
Istituto dei Sordi di Torino, Italy
Regent’s University London, UK
GLAFKA, Czech Republic