Сhildren came up with an ideal school in an ideal state
New project of Anthropology4all is a series of workshops, research and exhibition with Russian Germans immigrants.
Anthropology for kids and teenagers from Berlin high school together thought about how a fair city of the Future could be arranged.
Probably for each person it is essential to compare her or his personal stories with public perceptions about important issues, such as "What is wealth?", " What is poverty?" and "Where do they come from?"
We started drawing portraits of each other. Gradually, more and more appear ...
The first workshops in Koruna based on the book "What is wealth."
What will the map of your country look like? We can use the map of Iceland to draw on it.
A few years ago in Moscow, Media Udar curator Tanya Volkova did an exhibition in which she included a book of Anthropology for Kids - What is Family.
"In/Justice", the first edition in her series "Anthropology For Kids", produced by Neue Auftraggeber, is now out in its Russian version.
On line A4kids Lab in S-Petersburg.
These sessions are a game and an experiment.
Participants in the workshop, based on the book "The City of the Future," will be divided into two groups. Each group will receive a large piece of paper, a giant tablecloth.
Our first on-line workshop with Children of St. Petersburg is reading and discussion of the book A4kids.org City of the Future.
The exhibition 'Back from CCCP. Where does home start? ' originated at the intersection of art, social work and historical research.
Preparation of the exhibition with Anastasia Khoroshilova, Yana Smetanina and Nika Dubrovsky on the materials of classes with Russian Germans in Berlin.
What awaits us: Utopia or Dystopia?
Portraits of members of the community of Russian Germans resettled by photographer Anastasia Khoroshilova as part of the project "Anthropology for All" and the exhibition "Where the Motherland begins?"
Pages of the book "School" describing different types of schools that exist around the world.
The methodology for workshops for A4k
What is Visual Assembly? In times when monuments are demolished, it's would be great to offer a new version of the monuments for the people by the people!
Children's contributions from the workshops of "What is Nation" were amazing! We are starting to work on the postproduction of the book.
Kids from England and Germany were talking to each other via skype in a frame work of the HKW project The schools of the Future
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Open discussion about climate change and economic inequality.
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Sara Oldudottir took the kids - participants of the workshop Nation outside to draw with the chalk on the sideboard
Children discuss the famous dialogue of the Nobel Laureate poet and translator Joseph Brodsky with a judge of the district Leningrad court, who condemned him to five years of forced labor and expulsion from the city.
Together we did 5 workshops based on the book "What is Nation"!
What did the ancient Greeks think about debt and freedom?
We are working on how to organized a new exhibition. Please, share your opinion with us.
...portal through which we can be transported into other worlds
At the beginning of work on the A4kid book, we organise workshops for kids, in which they draw, comment and make notes in a first version of the book. An essential part of the A4Kids project is kid's works, that will became part of the next version of the book for future readers'
New pages of the book "What is school" and the preface: a special book for school and at the same time a book about the school. How could it look like?
Exhibition organized by publishing house Samokat at the Krasnoyarsk book fair
School of "Maple syrup cult" by Nelson Mandela students Berlin.
Johannesburg's school kids
Anthropology for all started to work with older people. Our first group is Russian Germans immigrants.
How will people of your nationality look?
Discussion and exhibition with participation of David Graber, Ilona Otto, Frank Engster, Nika Dubrovsky and the kids from Karuna at ACUD MACHT NEU
Why We Founded the Yes Women, an Art Group Demanding Justice for Divorcées in the Former East Germany. The long, hard road to the birth of a new slogan: "Never Mind Us!"
Parents, children, librarians and class leaders gathered at the opening of the exhibition of children's books "My Nationality"
The opening of the exhibition/talk "What is wealth?" - the result of the work of A4 Kids Lab Karuna Berlin
We participated in an initial trial of what we’re hoping might become a new tool for unleashing collective imagination in public assemblies.
Meeting with the librarians from Iceland
Children have created incredibly beautiful and complexity of work, pages after pages full of comments and drawings.
Continued from “Another Art World, Part 1: Art Communism and Artificial Scarcity”.
The heroes of Working Class
In/Juctice, that could be changed by the participants.
The Russian revolutionary avant-garde was rooted squarely in the tradition we have just described.
Workshops in HKW
The workshops in a framework of exhibition by WHW collective
Come check out the exhibition that showcases the results of a workshop for kids 9-12 years old held earlier this summer. The kids looked at the term nation and used their own imagination and critical thinking to express their thoughts and create their own utopian society.
What is it? Who we are and how to join us?
Protest book now in Finish with the future workshops and web page.
Let’s think together about imaginary schools.
I continue to work on a new version of the book "What is a Nation", which will include stories told by children, their opinions and their drawings.
Workshop with kids based on In/Justice book
We are working on a series of postcards that could be sent to people to convince them to change their choices.
In your book what would be the flag and coat of arms of your country?
28th May 4pm: Workshop by Nika Dubrovsky "Anthropology for kids: an introduction of the book series, a workshop and a conversation full of pictures and stories about what does it mean to be human"
I asked Keith Hart to talk to me about nationalism and the changing idea of citizenship.
Someone writes quickly, and someone writes slow. Someone melancholic, and someone rigorous. But all the opinions turned out to be remarkably sharp and unexpected.