After the success of the exhibition "For the right to Childhood”, held at the Cine Brasilia between 19 June and 4 July, the collective of the city and the Institute for socioeconomic studies (Inesc), in partnership with the artist Délcio Battle, extending the shows by more 15 days in new location. This time the partnership was made with the newly-opened Gallery living world and gastronomy, located on 413 North.
With very good taste and style and in prime location, in Olhos D ' Água, the new cultural space in the city, opened just over 2 months, already attracts the public brasiliense interested in art and culture. In addition to a gallery which houses exhibitions of Arts – Visual and plastic, It has a refined gastronomic music programming in space.
The new stage of the exhibition "for the right to childhood" is also part of the collective funding project to raise funds for the city's Collective, an institution that has been operating for more than five years on Structural City. The works will be exhibited in the Gallery World Alive and gastronomy 12 to 20 July and can be purchased through the site www.benfeitoria.com/coletivodacidade.
On 12 July, next Wednesday, There will be a class action lawsuit on site that will feature a happy hour from 7:00 pm to 8:00 pm and Djs in town sensitized with the work and the collective campaign of the city.
Happy Hour of the exhibition "for the right to childhood"
- Showcase "for the right to childhood"
- Presentation of the project
– Nankassa – Living World
– Chicco Agrawal – Makossa/Mistura Fina
– Edgar Banks – Megaton Dub
– LM – Makossa
– Ball – Sound Of A Drum
Happy Hour of the exhibition "for the right to childhood" – 12/07 from 19 at 12:00 am
Visitation: 12 to 20 July Tuesday to Sunday of the 12:00 am 5:00 pm
About the collective in town
The collective is an organization located in Structural City (DF) who plays in the care of children and adolescents in school contraturno, offering artistic and educational alternatives as a means of social transformation. Also acts as an important area of community living and professional qualification for Structural residents, articulating a network with other groups and institutions.
About the Shows
The show is part of an effort to ensure that the collective of the city continue promoting the integral development of 200 children and teenagers 6 to 17 years of Structural City, covering and articulating the various dimensions of their lives as individuals and citizens.
The artist and professor Allen Battle, heartened by the Collective work of the city and of the Inesc, released 12 authoring your works to assist in fundraising for the project. The works depict the challenge of childhood in the deep social inequalities scenario with sensitivity and look committed to the cause of human rights of children and adolescents.
How to donate to the collective of the city?
To capture the required resource and continue the Collective actions of the city, is being used the collective financing system (crowndfounding) through the platform Improvement.
Are being offered targets for fundraising and rewards for those interested in donating. The platform works with the system all or nothing, that is, If the goals are not affected, all money is returned to donors. In addition to the works of the artist, the children served by the collective produced its own readings, putting your look under the context of paintings and under your own social context. These readings also will be part of the rewards, in the form of postcards and posters.
Finally, two very special also rewards: a children's book, told the story of the collective of the city and the territory where they inhabit, with the design of the text and drawings of children; and the games our city (I and II), on right to the city, public budget and protection of children and adolescents.
As the project is reaching its goals, will be offered other rewards surprises.
Participate and help the collective and Inesc to continue developing this project so important!
To learn how to donate, visit:
Service: Exhibition "for the right to childhood" by Allen Battle
|Local: Living World Gallery- 413 North|
|Visitation 12 to 20 July. Tuesday to Sunday, of the 12:00 am 5:00 pm.|
|Contacts: (61) 98616 4395|
|Partners: Kinder Not Hilfe, European Union, Zuleika de Souza
Photography, MICA, OCA, Living World Gallery, Department of culture and the Federal District Government.
Realization: Collective of Town and INESC