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School in residence

Education and culture in the Raval


The CCCB’s permanent program that opens a space for experimentation and learning on how to break down the boundaries between education and culture.

The CCCB and the high complexity institute of the Raval district Miquel Tarradell, work together throughout the school year to offer 50 students of 14-15 years old a multidisciplinary program around different axis of content key to understand our contemporary world, from climate emergency to the form of the city, gender and race discrimination or the relationship between art, memory and politics. Young people move to the CCCB three days a week, get to know the institution from the inside and take part in talks, workshops, creative and thought projects with their teachers, the centre's teams and the network of cultural creators, researchers and producers associated with the CCCB. 

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What is “School in residence”?

We speak with the organisers and students taking part in the “School in residence” project, a joint educational programme run by the CCCB and the Miquel Tarradell high complexity institute of the Raval district (Barcelona). Due to the pandemic and the need to expand the space available at primary and secondary schools, 50 year-10 students come to the CCCB three days a week.

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