a project CUSCA ART AND COMMUNITY I workshops study the environment and cinema WAMÃE

In 2020, financed by the Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation, Associação Cusca Arte e Comunidade started an experimental program at Escola António Sérgio, in Ajuda, in Lisbon. Wamãe accepted the challenge of developing workshops to study the medium and cinema.

We are a family owned and operated business.

The methodology we develop operates at two levels: It uses image and sound to work on curricular content, and uses production techniques to promote team spirit among children in the first cycle.

With children we have learned the incredible tool that sound and image represent when we want to work with scales of space and time. It is this mapping of real, imaginary and historical territories that we have been working together in the constant rehearsal that is life:

The art of living with difference.

AI Academias Imagárias is a two-year project, and has become our main anthropology laboratory for children.

We are a family owned and operated business.

#PROJETO antropologia para crianças I cinema

Oficinas Romani

Trabalhar com a escola e com a comunidade

Este é um projeto pluridisciplinar de oficinas de cidadania e empreendedorismo na Ajuda, em Lisboa. Nós trabalhamos na Escola Homero Serpa. Com os alunos, escrevemos e gravamos histórias. Depois discutimos as éticas que daí emergem.





Tornado possível por: BIP/ZIP

Parceiros: AASPS - Associação de Apoio e Segurança Psico-Social (Promotora) I Santa Casa da Misericórdia de Lisboa (Parceira) I APODEC - Associação Portuguesa para o Desenvolvimento da Etnia Cigana (Parceira) I AGIRXXI - Associação para a Inclusão Social (Parceira) I Wamãe I Antropologia Pública (Parceira) I Teatro Umano - Associação Cultural (Promotora) I CRIA - Centro em Rede de Investigação em Antropologia (Parceira)



a WAMÃE project

The extravagant collective of actors who research improvisation techniques and intervention theater.

We are a family owned and operated business.

o incrivel teatro do mercurio

Wamãe I Antropologia Pública is producing a series for RTP Play, "I pretended so much I found myself". From the experience with the group of actors that make up this cast, a theater collective was born, "O Incrível Teatro do Mercúrio". We are therefore facing a junction between anthropology and theater as a way of thinking about problems and intervening in territories. "The Incredible Theater of Mercury" started from the methodologies of the Theater of the Oppressed. Now, look for yours.

We are a family owned and operated business.