On Friday, June 2nd, the workshop “2084: Constellation of Alternative Futures” was held, offered by Martín Gromez and Marcelo Sapoznik as part of the 8th DiSUR Congress held at the Faculty of Architecture, Design, and Urbanism of the University of Buenos...
On May 4th, 2023, the Observatory on Latin America hosted a conversation on “Andean Temporalities and Ancestral Futures” which brought together participants from diverse backgrounds to explore Andean understandings of time and its significance in shaping the present...
📣 Join Black Women Policy Lab, Washington Brazil Office, AMNB, CEERT, Instituto Odara, Geledés, and OLA at The New School for the Event in the Margins of the CSW67, “The Black Brazilian Women’s Movements and Their Contributions to the Global Anti-racist...
On October 13, 2022, the Observatory on Latin America and the Schools of Public Engagement hosted the screening of the filmed theater piece titled Iran 3037, which is the address of a clandestine torture center that operated during Pinochet’s “civic-military”...
On September 29th, 2022, OLA hosted the book launch of Lena Simet’s book Cities and Economic Inequality in Latin America, Intra-Urban Inequality in Argentina, published by Routledge in 2022. Lena Simet is a senior researcher and advocate on poverty and inequality at...
The program 2084 Imagined Futures from the South and AURA Visual Poetry invite you to participate in the international call for visual poetry "2084 Imagined Futures".
Topic: 2084 Imagined Futures
About this call
Travel to the year 2084 and send visual poetry to our present.
Occupy the future! This call invites you to seize the future.
Deadline: September 30, 2023
Size: 15 x 15 cm / JPG / 300 dpi.
Quantity: 1 work per person.
Technique: Free (Analog and/or digital). Black and white with grayscale.
A short conceptual text is optional.
Send by email: email@example.com
The jpg files must be identified with the name of the author and nationality/country.