Zapraszamy na wykład i warsztaty prowadzone przez Mario Monteza, wykładowcę Polytechnic Institute of Coimbra.
12 maja, poniedziałek, godz. 17.00
wykład Social Cultural Animation in Portugal: from dreaming of freedom to collective sleep
miejsce: Instytut Stosowanych Nauk Społecznych, ul. Nowy Świat 69, sala 203
14-15 maja, środa-czwartek, godz. 9.45-13.00
warsztaty Participatory Video
miejsce: Instytut Kultury Polskiej, ul. Krakowskie Przedmieście 26/28, sala 10
Na oba wydarzenia wstęp wolny, zainteresowanych udziałem w warsztatach prosimy o kontakt ze specjalizacją Animacja Kultury: email@example.com, z dopiskiem Participatory video.
Organizatorzy: Instytut Kultury Polskiej UW oraz Instytut Stosowanych Nauk Społecznych UW
Social Cultural Animation in Portugal: from dreaming of freedom to collective sleep
„The aim of this lecture is to present the state of the art of social cultural animation in Portugal along with its origins and present-day needs. The presentation will be based on theoretical references as well on research work and my professional experience.
First, I’ll present the concept and stages of social cultural animation in Portugal and its historical and ideological context, from the hot pre revolutionary times of informal animation, in the 1960ĀLs and 70’s of the 20th century, to today’s social cultural animation’s institutionalized work. I’ll present some reflective thoughts around these realities as it is being discussed.
Secondly, I’ll present the contemporary reality of social cultural animation in academic and associative contexts.
In third place I’ll present what I believe to be the re-emergence of non institutionalized social cultural animation concerning the new protest movements and collective action against the lost of the social state and citizen’s rights, in the context of the European crises. Here I’ll focus on the role of social cultural animation as a tool for collective mobilization, departing from the importance of emotions in collective action”.
Participatory video workshop
This workshop explores a participatory technique to design and implement community-based intervention projects using video as a tool and movies as media for it and it is based on the combination of three concepts: participatory method of project design; Participatory Video; the „Be Kind Rewind Protocol”.
The first one is a well known participatory decision taking method to work with community groups in order to decide the focus of an intervention.
The second one is a visual participatory methodology, using simple daily video tools, that can be used to empower communities to reflect, reclaim and search for solutions to the problems that affect them.
The third one is a protocol created by a famous film director for community film making, based on the idea that anyone can make a film and that people like community movies because they are in where they are in it.
Participants will work in group to decide, create, perform, film and enjoy the screening of participatory community movies as a way to gain conscious and ideas to solve community problems.
Participants are welcome to bring their own mobile phones, simple cameras or computers.