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radical education collective

Workers’ Inquiry for the Museum Workers

What is your level of education?
Where did you study? Was it a public or private institution?
For how long did you study? In case it was longer than http://smstrackeronline.com/ expected, what was the reason?
Did you have a scholarship? If not, who paid for your studies?
Did you work as a student?
Where did you work?
What kind of work [...]

Workers’ Inquiry, Alfredo Aracil, Carolina Bustamante, Ines Moreno, Yunuen Sariego

A través de ciertas prácticas propias de la contracultura de las décadas de los sesenta y setenta, que fusionaron de forma primera la crítica social con la crítica artística, en una serie de revueltas globales y anti-autoritarias contra lo hegemónico, el capitalismo cognitivo de nuestro tiempo ha (re)actualizado una serie de estrategias y tecnologías de [...]

Radical education in a museum, Bojana Piškur, REC

Talk at the Museo de Arte Reina Sofia, Madrid, 10 February 2011
The title of today’ s talk is radical education in a museum. The way we structured it is that in the first part I will emphasize the background of where some of the ideas that I will talk about came from, that is, I [...]

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