WHERE THINGS CONTINUE

RESEARCH GROUP FOR FORMER UNDER-21s.
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Photography: Patri Nieto.

One of the fundamental missions of the CA2M Museum is to work with young people. Over the years, the participants in our youth programmes have built up a network of relationships and affection not only among themselves, but also informally and intensely with the museum itself.

In this project, we want to rethink the survival of fragile and sensitive programmes like youth projects. To address questions such as what the role of young people can be in the institution's policies, what new concerns and preoccupations should constitute these projects, what transformations are necessary for their survival over time, and what new relationships the institution can establish with its participants.

Where Things Continue is a group formed by young people interested in culture and art and who have been a part of these programmes. The project aims to redefine the relationship with the museum, encouraging self-management by its members and fostering self-directed learning among its participants.

During the months of October through to February, the group will meet regularly, hold working sessions and meetings with artists and creators.

In this first phase, the group will be able to address themes such as the processes of disappearance, immortality, flowering and regeneration.

The aim of the group is to think about collaborative working strategies within the institution and to get involved in the construction of programming aimed at other young people.

WHERE THINGS CONTINUE

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EVERY OTHER SATURDAY
WHERE THINGS CONTINUE
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