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Seeds are a vital part of the food sovereignty movement around the world. As well as securing healthy nourishment, seed keeping helps to sustain indigenous culture, language and stories. Over several years, Elizabeth Hoover has visited Native American farm communities and seed saving projects, documenting efforts to rebuild and maintain traditional food systems. She has […]

This film is the product of exchanges among students and the Kaingang people from Konhun Mág retaking in Canela, a tourist city in southern Brazil. It was filmed amongst the Araucária Forest, an endemic species of pine, which is both sacred for the Kaingang and also endangered by economic exploitation. The Kaingang are fighting for […]

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A conversation and artistic intervention on the effects of global warming that threaten the livelihood of Indigenous peoples in the arctic region. For this panel the Goethe-Institut invites experts to discuss ‘Green Colonialism’ and Indigenous self-determination in the North. The hybrid event is part of the cross-border, interdisciplinary project focusing on the Arctic and Boreal […]

two women with dark hair sitting on a porch, the women on the right is drinking through a straw
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[Click here for live English language version]   Part One – Periferia Segue Sangrando (Periphery Keeps Bleeding) and Carni – Coletivo de Arte Negra e Indígena (Black and Indigenous Art Collective) Vancouver 10:00 – 13:00 / São Paulo 14:00 – 17:00 / Glasgow 17:00 – 20:00 Two days of online discussions and artists presentations exploring the cosmological, decolonial, sensorial practises […]

A gathering of people in a dark room, dancing and socialising, everyone forms a rough circle around the edges of the room, in the centre of the room on the floor, spot-lit is a colourful circular art work by Angelo Fabio.

[Click here for live English language version]   Part Two – Turmalina and Chama Vancouver 10:00 – 13:00 / São Paulo 14:00 – 17:00 / Glasgow 18:00 – 21:00 Two days of online discussions and artists presentations exploring the cosmological, decolonial, sensorial practises of Black and Indigenous grass roots art, dance and music collectives in Brazil. […]

A composite black and white photograph showing three figures. The person on the left is looking away from the camera with their eyes closed, lips pursed and hand held up to their ear as if to demonstrate listening. The person in the middle gazes off to one side, mouth slightly open, perhaps speaking, the person on the left looks directly and intensely into the camera, there is a dark liquid dripping across one eye and down their face.

Indigenous peoples experience and react to change in diverse ways. Climate change is no exception, as it requires local communities to be more resilient, and not just simply adapt to the changing environmental circumstances. Experts and people from communities living and working in Brazil, Iceland, Berlin, Indonesia and Chile are asked to respond to the […]

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