Youth, Culture, Participation
maat, BoCA, Casa da Cerca, Galerias Municipais, LU.CA
The call for Listening Lab – Youth, Culture, Participation is open.
This is an opportunity to:
- Get to know the backstage of maat – Museum of Art, Architecture and Technology, BoCA – Biennial of Contemporary Art, Casa da Cerca – Centro de Arte Contemporânea, Galerias Municipais and LU.CA – Teatro Luís de Camões, and talk to professionals who are responsible for the artistic direction, programming and cultural mediation in these venues.
- To be part of the YouthInMuseums research project, which aims to study the relationship between young people and cultural institutions, giving them a voice and visibility in the programmes designed for them.
- To meet other young people between the ages of 15 and 25 who share an interest in arts and culture and want to play an active role in the cultural dynamism of their cities, namely Lisbon and Almada.
Listening Lab – Youth, Culture, Participation is developed within the scope of the research project YouthInMuseums, coordinated by Carolina Silva, researcher of the Institute of Social Sciences of the University of Lisbon. @youthinmuseums
Social networks, school newspaper, newsletters or word-of-mouth: how do you find out what's going on in museums, theatres and other cultural venues in the city and the country? What makes you decide where to go and what to see?
A talk on communication and culture with professionals in the field who work at LU.CA and maat.
With Frederico Batista (LU.CA) and Maria Leonor Carrilho (maat)
Young people and seniors - what are these categories and how do they influence the museums' programming? A space for dialogue that invites participants from maaturidades - an ongoing programme for seniors at maat, and young people to talk about generation, voice and community. What would motivate you to participate in an intergenerational project?
With Fabrícia Valente.
BoCA Sub21 is a project of educational and experimental nature that was born in the first edition of the contemporary arts biennale BoCA, in 2017. What led you to participate in this youth collective, what were the most significant takeaways and how do they intersect with your artistic and personal journey?
With Sara Franqueira.
Programme developed in partnership with the Institute of Social Sciences of the University of Lisbon within the scope of the YouthInMuseums project. Co-financed by the Connecting Europe Facility – European Union.