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Periferica Workshop: The Open Museum [Architecture + SelfConstruction]

  • 18:08 - 18 March, 2019
Periferica Workshop: The Open Museum [Architecture + SelfConstruction]
Periferica Workshop: The Open Museum [Architecture + SelfConstruction], Official Poster
Official Poster

Periferica is an international festival of urban regeneration that will take place in Mazara del Vallo, Sicily, from 1 to 10 August 2019. Every year, Periferica brings together associations, universities and businesses to rethink a disused area with students, creative people and inhabitants, through a program of workshops and events. Since 2013, more than 300 students from different parts of Europe have so far participated.

For the sixth edition - the open museum, ancient patrimony for new users - participants will be asked to conceive new solutions for Evocava, the future Mazara cave museum, passing from the analysis phase to the design and self-production phases. The event will take place within the same project area which, for 10 days, will become a micro-village where participants can study, socialize, participate in construction activities and get in touch with the community.

You can apply as a Participant or Tutor to one of the 3 workshops by May 30th (or while seats last). The workshops will last 10 days, alternating training, excursions and events, and will include hospitality, meals, and a certificate of participation (3cfu).

Applicants must first apply via the appropriate form.

application form:
official website:
Application deadline 30 May 2019

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Cite: "Periferica Workshop: The Open Museum [Architecture + SelfConstruction]" 18 Mar 2019. ArchDaily. Accessed . <> ISSN 0719-8884

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