25 March, 2017 - 18:00

On 25 March a meeting will be held in Trinitat Vella to discuss employment, unemployment and basic income at a time when Iniciativa Cultural Baja a la Plaza (Take to the Streets Cultural Initiative) is taking shape. In this new “take” the job insecurity of Las Kellys is on the agenda with a proposal to create a campaign map to renounce the abuse and job pressure that this group is subjected to. If cartography has always connected power and territory, the adoption and subversion of this practice allows us to create counter-propaganda elements for the purpose of transforming socially unfair realities. 

The activity is linked to Sunday Every Day, a project by Julia Montilla, which is part of the In-Transition-Work exhibition, on display on the second floor of the Art Centre. 

When: 25 March 2017 
Type of activity: mapping followed by drinks and snacks
Time: 18:00 to 20:00
Place: plaça de la Trinitat
How to get there:
BUS 11, 40, 126, 127
METRO L1 (Trinitat Vella)

With the participation of Las Kellys, Iniciativa Cultural Baja a la Plaza, Trinitat Vella Library Reading Group. 

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