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REHOGAR is a collective exhibition and an annual gathering focussing on open design and reuse as tools for social transformation in which better resource use, respect for people and the environment are key issues
The 0-6 Space is the result of a participative design and construction process. It is a space for children aged 0-6 and their families to be together, play and carry out a variety of activities. It is a mobile space that can be activated in different locations in Tabakalera.
We will make a series of objects that have been designed and are manufactured with the purpose of using the materials and production facilities available at Tabakalera and in the surrounding area.
Science Is Not Fiction is a workgroup for young people to feel and experience science. It's a programme in which we will work on research projects about topics related with biology, chemistry and physics, and carry out experiments that have to do with our daily reality.
Checkmate! is a meeting to play board games at Ubik. You will have the opportunity to try out several different games: some work your tactical or strategic reasoning, others your coordination, manual dexterity or memory and there are even those based on chance. Dice, chips, cards, role play and chess are just some of the things that will be used at the table.
Kamakura, during the immediate postwar period, after the defeat of Japan in 1945. The Mamiya family, made up of three generations who live together in the same house, are getting ready for the visit of Uncle Mokichi who is arriving from distant Yamato, their region of origin.