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Open call for participation in the PSJM-LPGC 'Workshop' 2023 "Critical creation and the market: bringing meaning and value".
  • The initiative will take place at the Pepe Dámaso Cultural Centre from 11 September to 5 October.

  • Those interested in taking part must register before 12:00 noon on 7 September by emailing

Download the rules, in Spanish, here

The City Council of Las Palmas de Gran Canaria opens the call to participate in the PSJM-LPGC Workshop 2023: "Critical creation and market: contribution of meaning and value". This initiative aims to "encourage and promote the training of people from different areas who are interested in learning about and developing processes of creation, dissemination, reflection and criticism within the framework of contemporary art and teamwork". This is what is stated in the rules, which are available for consultation and download in the 'Documents' section of the website

Promoted by PSJM, the workshop will be held at the Pepe Dámaso Cultural Centre (Calle Benecharo, 51) from 11 September to 5 October, from Monday to Thursday, from 10:00 to 14:00. The training will address issues such as "the institutional theory of art, the practice of institutional criticism, the professional procedures of artists (creation, production, management, promotion and installation), collective creation and critical analysis". The activity will culminate with a public exhibition of the projects. In addition, the collective works will receive production support.

The initiative is aimed at art and design students, artists, curators, cultural managers, designers, architects, historians and sociologists, among other professionals.

Those interested in the workshop must register by emailing before 12:00 noon on 7 September. One day later, participants will be informed and will be selected by Cynthia Viera and Pablo San José, members of PSJM, who will also be in charge of the workshop in which the chosen students will work in multidisciplinary creative teams.

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