Decolonizing participatory methods
4 November 2022
Article "Decolonising Participatory Methods with Children and Young People in International Research Collaborations: Reflections from a Participatory Arts-Based Project with Afro-Colombian and Indigenous Young People in Colombia", written by Marlies Kustatscher, Edwar Calderón, E. Kay M. Tisdall, William A. Evanko and Juan Manuel Gómez Serna, es book chapter in which we reflect on our experiences of working in a collaborative project involving young Afro-Colombians and indigenous people from Chocó, and a team of artists, educators, and researchers located in different cities in Colombia and the United Kingdom. Here we address issues around the place occupied by participatory methodologies in this type of project.
February 11, 2019
What is the truth?
Article "Participatory digital methodologies with marginalized youth in contexts of vulnerability A case study in Colombia during the COVID-19 pandemic", is a text product of the research projectWhat is the truth?, which focused on Quibdó, the capital of Chocó in the Colombian Pacific, with the aim of promoting association and research workshops and thus responding to the priorities identified by the youth of the territory, from of the virtual interaction with the participants. Click on the image to read the article.
February 11 2019
Transition Zone Article ”was published in collaboration with Open Space, an interdisciplinary art and culture platform of the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, as part of We the People, the eleventh issue of Open Space magazine. Click on the image to read the article.
Pedagogical residence at CasaTresPatios
Video essay "Where they don't call me" by Marta Rosell Chust and Claudia Cano Betancur. This product is the result of a process of experimentation, within the framework of an interdisciplinary residency between Casa Tres Patios and the Sala d'Art Jove Internacional of Spain. click on the image to see the video.