4Cs - From Conflict to Conviviality through Creativity and Culture

Ana Fabíola Maurício

Considering Monoculture

M HKA (Museum of Contemporary Art Antwerp), Van Abbemuseum (Eindhoven) and deBuren (the Dutch-Flemish house for culture and debate) are co-convenors of the two-day conference “Considering Monoculture". This two-day interdisciplinary programme will consider current and historical manifestations of monoculture as well as its implications for art, culture and its institutions.

Interfaces Conference - ONASSIS STEGI

The INTERFACES Conference “Cultural synergies, creativity & innovation” is a two-day international event that explores how cultural synergies could contribute to innovation and creativity in the field of CULTURE. Ana Fabíola Maurício, 4Cs Project Manager will be part of Panel 1: Inclusion, DIVERSITY, Access, and Equity in the Arts and Culture Sector, Friday 6th of March at 11 am.

Everyday is a struggle day

4Cs welcomes and encourages suggestions for a collective broadening of the understanding of anti-racism and for getting involved to combat racism. Please share your suggested lists of references as well as PDFs of relevant books and resources, particularly on the role or via the lenses of visual arts and culture studies, we will upload them in our digital library. Please share your references with us on info@4cs-conflict-conviviality.eu and maria.duarte@4cs-conflict-conviviality.eu

Politics of Silence | anthology-book-exhibition

Politics of Silence is a anthology-book-exhibition about silence, published by the Centro de Estudos de Comunicação e Cultura (CECC), Faculdade de Ciências Humanas da Universidade Católica Portuguesa, edited by Luísa Santos with the editorial assistance of Ana Fabíola Maurício, both as a concept and as a practice which is essential to contemporary visual culture in its relationship with the political.

Politics of Silence | talk with Michelle Eistrup, Luísa Santos, and Ana Fabíola Maurício at the HANGAR, Lisbon

Politics of Silence is an anthology-book-exhibition in book format about silence as resistance. Silence is often associated with something passive – that nothing happens. But silence can also be used as a poetic protest and as a resistance against ruling regimes. Get to know more about the book when Luisa Santos and Ana Fabíola Maurício present the book in conversation with Michelle Eistrup at the HANGAR, in Lisbon, on November 17th.

Politics of Silence | talk with Jane Jin Kaisen, Michelle Eistrup, Luísa Santos, and Ana Fabíola Maurício at the SMK, Copenhagen

Politics of Silence is a anthology-book-exhibition about silence, published by the Centro de Estudos de Comunicação e Cultura (CECC), Faculdade de Ciências Humanas da Universidade Católica Portuguesa, edited by Luísa Santos with the editorial assistance of Ana Fabíola Maurício, both as a concept and as a practice which is essential to contemporary visual culture in its relationship with the political.