"The creativity of man is the true capital". This quote from the social sculpture artist Joseph Beuys marks the charity activities of Pulszeit Association for applied arts, education and science.
Art is diverse. Knowledge can be transferred into art, then transported through art and made tangible. This makes art useful and educational for educational purposes. The association deals with education in the sense of the educational concept of the UNESCO Decade and the UN World Action Program "Education for Sustainable Development". Cultural Education and Education for Sustainable Development use the same pedagogical patterns for the development of skills, especially for young people: for the creative and imaginative shaping of their own future, the development of society and the recognition of barriers and obstacles.
Partnering with the German federal Association for Sustainability, the Pulszeit Association works on the implementation of SDGs which is essential to the success of the "transformation of our world" as the goals are headlined. That is why this form of cultural education - the combination of cultural education and education for sustainable development - is a crucial contribution to the understanding of sustainable development goals, their dimension and own scope for action.