'A Way of Working Together' Collaborative, Participatory and Decolonial Institutional Practices
Pablo Lafuente (MAM Rio), Elvira Espejo Ayca (MUSEF), Andrea Francke (4Cs / Gasworks), Laura Vallés Vílchez (4Cs / RCA)
As part of the research project 4Cs: From Conflict to Conviviality through Creativity and Culture, the School of Arts and Humanities has co-organised an online panel discussion which takes place on 26 November, 5-7 pm in collaboration with Gasworks. Registrations here.
'A Way of Working Together’ Collaborative, Participatory and Decolonial Institutional Practices brings together a series of practitioners working with Latin American communities in different geographies (Brazil, Bolivia, and UK) and looking at collaboration, participation, and decoloniality from a situated managerial and curatorial position.
Exhibition view of "Dja guata porã: Río de Janeiro indígena" at Museu de Arte do Rio (2017-2018)
Building from their experiences of working with indigenous and non-indigenous peoples, this event will further address strategies, positions, and questions that emerge when making art public within the exhibition space.
4Cs: From Conflict to Conviviality through Creativity and Culture (2017-2021) is a transnational project exploring how training and education in art and culture can reflect on, and respond to, conflict through audience participation and co-production. It is co-funded by the Creative Europe Programme of the European Union and the 4Cs Partners.