Welcome to Green Tales project

Where the arts meet nature!

Tales have been an integral part of human cultural heritage since ancient times, passed down through generations for their educational value and ability to kindle the imagination. They allow us to journey into realms where possibilities are limitless, enriching both our souls and our lives.

In a world where humanity’s impact on the environment is more profound than ever, primary school children with the support of professional artists will embark on a creative journey and explore artistic processes using the four elemental forces of Earth, Air, Water, and Fire that sustain life on our planet for creating new tales. Using their creativity children will rediscover their connection to the natural world and treat it with the utmost respect.

Join us

on the Journey

We invite you to join us on this transformative journey of exploration and discovery. Explore our website and social media to learn more about our Green Tale project, meet our team of dedicated artists and educators, and discover the captivating tales created by children in Iceland, Germany, Spain and Turkey.

Together, let’s embark on a journey of creativity, imagination, and environmental awareness to lay the base for a brighter future for generations to come.


Our mission is a creative journey to foster green awareness and social inclusion using artistic and digital tools!



The four primary schools joining the Green Tales project are: GERMANY The Carl-Kraemer-Grundschule values cultural diversity and animal protection, inspired by its namesake Carl Kraemer.  It is an arts-focused all-day school that prioritises children’s unique characteristics and needs by encouraging them to explore their realities through art, fostering self-expression, inclusivity and perception. 80% of the 500 […]

In the enchanting setting of the Ayurvedic Center of Tapovan the Green Tales Artistic Residency will take place from July 1 to 5, 2024. Here, artists and experts will engage in a rich exchange of experiences, practices, and pedagogical approaches, all aimed at creating guidelines for artists and a comprehensive toolkit for primary school teachers. Stay tuned […]

On April 16 and 17, the International Yehudi Menuhin Foundation (IYMF) warmly welcomed in Brussels the members of the consortium of the Green Tales project for the first transnational meeting. Funded by the Erasmus+ programme, the project involves primary school children in creating nature-themed stories with the help of artists, musicians, and visual artists, promoting environmental […]

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