PARTY will host Kalahari Highway- exhibition in Gallery Valo,
Arktikum, Rovaniemi, Finland from 16th of August until 16th of September
The project has executed workshops based on artbased methods in
Namibia and South Africa with the San youth, developing different
methods for empowerment. The exhibition presents works made by the youth
in these workshops and works by the projects researchers.
More information on Kalahari Highway Art exhibition
PARTY project is in part of organizing PAD Participatory Development
trough Art Conference to be held on 15–17th August, 2018, at the
University of Lapland, in Rovaniemi, Finland.
Participatory Development through Art (PAD) is a unique conference where
academics, practitioners, artists and Indigenous actors gather to
exchange their knowledge, experiences and ideas on participatory
development through art, as well as the questions of indigenous rights,
art and culture.
More information in www.ulapland.fi/pad
Practical guide to service design in development process
Welcome to the digital platform of PARTY handbook, a collection of the tools tested during the workshops made by PARTY researchers and designers in the first two years and a half of the project. The workshops have been made with different actors and in different locations (Namibia and South Africa). The tools have been collected, selected and edited into one book. This toolbook has been designed to be a practical manual to be used to organize and run workshops with marginalized communities and more specific with the San Community.
Visit in https://partyprojecthandbook.wixsite.com/pacohandbook
United Nations Permanent Forum of Indigenous Issues !7th Session was held in New York in 16th of April until 27th of April in 2018.
PARTY was co-organizing a Poster Intervention in Side Event at "No access without consent – Arctic Railway and Future of Saami Youth Side Event"
Side Event was organized with Youth Council of the Sámi Parliament in Finland, Sámi Youth in Finland Organisation and Suohpanterror Saami Artivist Collective.
More about the Side Event in UNPFII
During the Kalahari
Desert Festival (KDF) 2018 PARTY project organized a small exhibition
showcasing impressive outcomes of project work done in Platfontein. KDF
is a yearly festival organized by SASI to celebrate the culture of
desert people. It was held between 21. - 23. March 2018 in Askham, South
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Art Exhibition "Recollection: Voices of San Youth" took place in Design Garage, corner of De Villiers & Roeland St,
Capetown. Exhibition was open 6th of March until 8th of March 2018.
The proposed theme of ‘Recollection’ speaks to one’s ability to remember
an experience, story, thought and feeling. Storytelling is an important
part of many indigenous cultures, and this is true of the San as well.
Inspiration was taken by the extensive collection of San art at the Kalk
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This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under the Marie Skłodowska-Curie grant agreement No 645743