Muqueca de Siri foi criado em 2006, na Rádio Livre Interferência FM, Rio de Janeiro, pelo escritor Conrad Rose, tendo como principal objetivo propagar a mais autêntica música brasileira ao redor do mundo. Em 7 anos, atingiu mais de 130 países e foi premiado pela APCA (Associação Paulista dos Críticos de Arte) como o melhor programa de rádio via internet de 2007.
Este é um canal que preza pela liberdade de expressão e pelo livre direito ao uso do espectro eletromagnético. Atualmente é retransmitido pelas antenas:
Muqueca de Siri is a podcast of samba, created by the Brazilian writer Conrad Rose and established in Rio de Janeiro since 2006. In 7 years, it had listened in more than 130 countries and it had award...
UPMS holds workshops, preferably involving two days of work and opportunities to socialise, which run on a residential basis. Although the workshops, that may take place at any location in the world, are the central focus of UPMS, the Popular University of Social Movements also has physical premises in the World Social Forum Memorial in Porto Alegre (Rio Grande do Sul - Brazil), where its events are archived and all happenings, so far, stored and processed.
Coordinated by Pablo De Soto (Federal University of Rio de Janeiro) in collaboration with Daphne Dragona and Demitri Delinikolas (University of Athens), Aslihan Senel (Istanbul Technical University) and José Pérez de Lama (University of Seville), the paper presents the hypothesis, method and results of the temporary urban laboratory which invited architects, activists, artists, social scientists and students from different disciplines to join the research on the commons of their cities.
"BCUBICO is dealing with the spread of open platforms and tools for all forms of digital practices associated with media to broadcast in flux. Experimentation by artists and collectives that are characterized by the use of information systems in electronic and digital media."
In Recife (PE), It's an open space for workshops, exhibition, lectures and debates
anarco funk is a rio-based anarchist collective dedicated to local-style funk music (which the american mainstream media rediscovers every 3 or 4 years, most recently in a harmless but factually shaky piece in last week's nyt sunday magazine).
my loose translation of the lyrics is below the video. you can find more of anarco funk's music here. tata zapata, a videomaker from medellín, colombia, has more videos here. i'll post more protest songs later (though probably not with full translations...) --
Fórum Permanente is a platform for the generation of content and documentation specialised in analysing and discussing the relationship between Contemporary Art and its spaces of social reception, as well as its innovation trends and historical deadlocks
The Digital Repository from Centro de Referência Paulo Freire was constituted with the mission to store, preserve, promote, disseminate and share the intellectual production from the educator Paulo Freire. Besides knowledge, reflections, studies and researches on Freirean thought in a digital format along with various social actors. The content published on the Digital Repository from Centro de Referência Paulo Freire are composed of texts, audios, videos and images belonging to Paulo Freire Institute, granted by the owners, enabling free access and download.
This festival will welcome proposals that will help build new answers to the current environmental crisis and decay of the human . We will work towards collectively create and maintain a network of collaboration between projects , national and international , that act towards transformation of practices and thoughts , ways of life and the human condition .
Many of the CAPACETE projects in the past few years ended becoming part of the city, transforming it, remapping it or showing it from a different light. These projects explore the interfaces between city and image (moving or static) and / or word (spoken or written) with the intention of digging into a series of spaces that may reveal the changing metropolis in its counterpoint between narrative and place, language and location, political and collective sensitivity, science and architecture, the social and public space, nature and advancing technology.
Residency hotel with residency programs for curators, artists and thinkers in Rio de Janeiro.
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