Posts Tagged: Museu da Crise

WORKSHOP VI > Precarious labourers

For our last workshop we were joined by yet another group of interesting men and women: all teachers that fall into the precarious labour category. To sum this category up: no security, high income taxes, no rights. More than any

WORKSHOP VI > Precarious labourers

For our last workshop we were joined by yet another group of interesting men and women: all teachers that fall into the precarious labour category. To sum this category up: no security, high income taxes, no rights. More than any

WORKSHOP V > Lawyers

We were absolutely thrilled when we found out that we were given the opportunity to do the workshop with a group of lawyers. During the previous sessions and with some of the responses to our online questionnaire we had run

WORKSHOP V > Lawyers

We were absolutely thrilled when we found out that we were given the opportunity to do the workshop with a group of lawyers. During the previous sessions and with some of the responses to our online questionnaire we had run

WORKSHOP IV > Children

The fourth workshop was with children from a local elementary school. After an introduction about the effects of the non-regulated, neoliberal, market of scarcity dictated by high capitalism the children got busy. Really busy… Most of their drawings dealt with

WORKSHOP IV > Children

The fourth workshop was with children from a local elementary school. After an introduction about the effects of the non-regulated, neoliberal, market of scarcity dictated by high capitalism the children got busy. Really busy… Most of their drawings dealt with

WORKSHOP III > Immigrants

The third workshop was a quite intimate one with four immigrants from the Ukraine and a little baby. We encountered a few linguistic difficulties and obviously a fair dose of scepticism. We more or less know about Ukraine’s history with

WORKSHOP III > Immigrants

The third workshop was a quite intimate one with four immigrants from the Ukraine and a little baby. We encountered a few linguistic difficulties and obviously a fair dose of scepticism. We more or less know about Ukraine’s history with

WORKSHOP II > Students

The second workshop took place at the University of Minho; the participants were students from the department of the architecture. With this group that is being trained to treat the city as a whole body where every function depends on

WORKSHOP II > Students

The second workshop took place at the University of Minho; the participants were students from the department of the architecture. With this group that is being trained to treat the city as a whole body where every function depends on

WORKSHOP I > Migrants

The first workshop in a series of six was with a group of migrants that returned to Portugal after a long stay abroad. It took place at the library and was a bit rusty at the beginning, but soon enough

WORKSHOP I > Migrants

The first workshop in a series of six was with a group of migrants that returned to Portugal after a long stay abroad. It took place at the library and was a bit rusty at the beginning, but soon enough

Museu da Crise in Guimarães

In Guimarães, the Museu da Crise was part of the programming of the Educational Service of Guimarães 2012 European Capital of Culture, under the Love Difference project by Michelangelo Pistoletto, whose programme aims to create a purposeful dialogue and to

Museu da Crise in Guimarães

In Guimarães, the Museu da Crise was part of the programming of the Educational Service of Guimarães 2012 European Capital of Culture, under the Love Difference project by Michelangelo Pistoletto, whose programme aims to create a purposeful dialogue and to