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GRAMMATICAL BODIES

Publicado el 17 octubre, 2017 Por admin

GRAMMATICAL BODIES We would like to present the programme “Grammatical bodies” of the group Agroarte with Gernika’s bombing 80th anniversary and within the framework of the 7th Meeting of Art and Peace. “Grammatical bodies” is a participatory process which aims at creating a space of action art and memory meant to contribute to the peace […]

VII INTERNATIONAL GATHERING ON ART AND PEACE: MEMORY AND SPACE IN THE URBAN ART

Publicado el 17 octubre, 2017 Por admin

VII INTERNATIONAL GATHERING ON ART AND PEACE: MEMORY AND SPACE IN THE URBAN ART The meeting, through means of plastic and oral means of intervention, marks the layout and sets the pace which enables us to share our own experience with graffiti artists, rap singers, researchers and gallerists to become acquainted with the urban art […]

“FORM-ARCHITECTURE-MEMORY” IC-MEMO CONFERENCE, MUNICH

Publicado el 26 octubre, 2015 Por admin

The International Committee of Memorial Museums in Remembrance of the Victims of Public Crimes (IC MEMO) organises the 2015 Conference “Form-Architecture-Memory” to take place in Munich and Flossenbuerg, Germany, November 8-11, 2015. International speakers from countries including Mexico, Russia, Ukraine, Japan, Israel, the Netherlands, Belgium, France, Austria, Germany, Spain, the United States, Armenia, Romania and […]

MEMORIALAB PROJECT PRESENTED BY THE GERNIKA PEACE MUSEUM AT THE EUROPEAN SEMINAR ABOUT MEMORY TRANSMISSION OF CONTEMPORARY ISSUES

Publicado el 20 mayo, 2015 Por admin

The Director of the Gernika Peace Museum presented  the MemoriaLAB project done by the Museum, Gernika Gogoratuz Peace research center and Bakeola the 18th and 19th May 2015 in Brussels (Belgium). The international seminar organised by RCN Justice&Democratie,  provides an opportunity to reflect upon the challenges we face in our remembrance and memory transmission work on contenporary […]

FORM-ARCHITECTURE-MEMORY

Publicado el 12 mayo, 2015 Por admin

Call for Papers IC MEMO Annual Conference 2015.  Munich Germany. November 8-11, 2015 “Form-Architecture-Memory” IC MEMO is the “International Committee of Memorials and Museums for the Remembrance of the Victims of Public Crimes” within the “International Council of Museums” (ICOM). We – the individual and institutional members of IC MEMO – are a worldwide network of […]

ART AND SOCIAL JUSTICE: ARTS, CRISIS & SOCIAL TRANSFORMATION

Publicado el 23 agosto, 2012 Por admin

The Art & Social Justice Conference has been held in Durban, South Africa at Durban University of Technology (2010) and Nicosia, Cyprus at The University of Nicosia (2011). This year’s conference (organized by the Gernika Peace Museum, Gernika Gogoratuz Peace research Center and the Culture House of Gernika) is important for its choice of a […]

THE TERRORISM OF E.T.A HAS NOW A PLACE IN OUR MUSEUM IN OUR MEMORIES

Publicado el 21 octubre, 2011 Por admin

After several months of inactivity  in our blog (How hard is finding time for daily activities, blogging  about the Museum, and have something interesting to say) we write a  new post. Today, it has not been necessary to squeeze the head to know what to write about, today we feel LUCKY. Today (after the announcement […]

NETWORKING ALWAYS WIN

Publicado el 31 marzo, 2011 Por admin

The Gernika Peace Museum has been,  for many years, working actively and collaborating with many networks (national and international) that address the issues discussed by us, such as Memory (Network of Museums and memory ICOM: IC-MEMO www.ic-memo.org  ; Sites of Conscience www.sitesofconscience.org ) Museums and Peace (International Network of Museums for Peace INMP www.museumsforpeace.org ), […]

UNSPOKEN MAP REFERENCES

Publicado el 27 febrero, 2011 Por admin

These days we have in the Gernika Peace Museum a fascinating exhibition that can make us reflect on so many places we have in our own surroundings, on which we think we know everything and those who we don’t really  know the dark past they had during the Spanish Civil War. Nice places, at first […]

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