Forces of Change
Engaging the Homeless
Explore an initiative that delivers meaningful experiences to people who are homeless. The project offers workshops, guided tours, and assistance, with the aim of increasing inclusion of this often-underserved audience.
Presenter: Tatiana Quevedo, Education Department Coordinator, Museo de Arte Contemporaneo de Bogota, Colombia
Museum and Mental Health
Learn about a community outreach program focused on activities related to mental health, including art workshops for children on the autism spectrum and activities for children and adults with severe mental disorders. Understand how the museum has been transformed and humanized by these practices, offering new possibilities for these types of interactions.
Presenter: German Paley, Community Outreach Coordinator, Museum of Modern Art of Buenos Aires, Argentina
Understanding Gender Hate Crimes
“Femicide 24/7” is a temporary and traveling exhibition created by the Memory and Tolerance Museum in Mexico to bring greater attention to femicides in Mexico, where an average of seven femicides occur daily. Intimate testimonies, contemporary artistic interventions, photographs, videos, and interactive displays depict a harsh reality that continues to fester in a culture that does not want to recognize the problem.
Presenter: Ignacio Vazquez, Curator, Museo Memoria y Tolerancia, Mexico City, Mexico