The “ART I PART” program of community artistic creation in the neighborhoods is an initiative of the Barcelona City Council, managed through
of the Institute of Culture, which invites the residents of the city to participate in a community proposal in which they act as creators and creators.
ART i PART IN DIALOGUE WITH GRANER:
- ATLAS, a performance by Anna Borralho and João Galante that, as its name implies, aims to represent the human diversity of the city, creating a landscape of the complexity of the society. The show brings together 100 people from different origins, languages, ages, sexes, capacities, professions and professional situations. A silent revolution.
ATLAS was the inaugural show of the 6th edition of the SÃLMON< Festival, organized by Graner and Mercat de les Flors
- VIDA LABORAL, a workoshop and a performance created after two weeks of collective work at Graner with the creator Claudia Faci and a group of 25 neighbors around the concept of “work life”. “In many cases, the job is not only what gives us food but also determines the identity of the person who exercises it.
With Arlin Sagués, Arnau Balagué, Bárbara de haro, Conchi Mezcua, Cristina Alarcón, Diana Pop, Elena Sánchez de Toledo, Encarna Satorre, Enrique G. Bermejo, Francisco Luque, Georgina Nicolás, Isidre Rosich, Javier Pérez, Joan Ramos, Laura González, Loli Caleya, Maite Garcia, Marc Garrido, Mónica Quesada, Nina Mercè, Noemí Martínez, Rosina Pereta, Sònia Baena, Chelo Castelló, Ventura Lázaro and Isaac Torres, Sara Caeiro, Marcos Stefanelli and Carla Orellana.
With the support of: Barcelona Activa – Treball als barris, Vulnus, PDC La Marina, A partir del Carrer – Centre de Serveis Socials La Marina, Espai Jove La Bàscula, Consulta Jove Sant Pere Claver, IES Montjuic, PIJ Sants-Montjuic and Radio Nikosia.
VIDA LABORAL was presented in the BooMBeta program with the complicity of the Grec Festival of Barcelona.