E.ON encourages creativity and, with the help of the Electric Castle participants, will donate up to 200,000 kWh of energy to the “Romulus Ladea” High School of Visual Arts in Cluj-Napoca, one of the best profile high schools in the country.
“Thus, the Give Light project, started by E.ON eight years ago, also reaches Electric Castle. For five days, we offer festival attenders to have fun with us at various activities at the E.ON Home Stage stand. In this way, each participant will contribute a quantity of energy that E.ON will donate to the Cluj high school,” say company officials.
The activities proposed to those who participate in the festival bear the mark of young artists and teachers from the high school of arts in Cluj Napoca, who once again demonstrated their originality and creativity. Thus, those eager for unforgettable experiences can make their own ceramic objects, decorate nets from ecological materials, visit a mini-art gallery or admire the mural that will be created by students during the festival itself. In addition, all the energy produced by the photovoltaic panel system that powers the E.ON Home Stage stand will also be donated to the Cluj high school.
“Each activity is converted into energy and we want to donate the entire amount of 200,000 kWh at the end of the festival and offer both the festival participants and the young people from the Visual Arts High School a pleasant experience.”
The “Romulus Ladea” Visual Arts High School in Cluj-Napoca is a creative and learning space for almost 500 students, guided by 71 teaching staff, in specializations such as painting, drawing, modeling and art history, computer image processing, graphics , easel painting, mural painting, fashion design, ceramics and architecture.