The festival Much More May (M + M) dedicates this year a space to the Mar Menor, through the training laboratory that has two proposals for free activities with prior registration.
These will be about the history of the salt lake and the different activities that take place in its environment.
The Second Collaborative Mapping Workshop will be held on June 2 at the Youth Resource Center.
The other of the workshops, Draw the capitaloceno, will visit different points of the Mar Menor on June 3.
The ninth edition of M + M, the Emerging Art Festival will be held this year between May 25 and June 3, 2018, organized by the City of Cartagena through the Department of Culture and Youth.
The training laboratory is intended for people interested in artistic processes, art and ecology, these training will be taught by the transdisciplinary working group of the University of Murcia, composed of researchers in the arts, communication and science.
This group is also responsible for the Reset: Mar Menor project.
Imaginary laboratory for a landscape in crisis, funded by the Carasso Foundation within its Arte Ciudadano 2017 program.
- II Collaborative Mapping Workshop: Cartographies of the Mar Menor, which will be held on June 2, at the Youth Resource Center, will analyze and visualize the cartography of both life and personal histories, as well as the different researches, knowledge, knowledge and controversies that go through the environmental crisis of the lagoon.
Through a series of dynamics, and through work with groups and invited groups, we will continue with the mapping work started in the 1st Collaborative Mapping Workshop of the Mar Menor held at the University of Murcia in April 2018.
- Draw the capitalocene: Explorations to the Mar Menor through Art and Science II will analyze the spaces and agents of Capital that operate on the Mar Menor by means of an excursion that will set out a tour of the different extractive systems that converge in the coastal lagoon: the intensive agriculture, tourism, real estate, etc.
and how they affect the state of this natural landscape.
Using drawing as a means of observation and analysis, a series of activities will be proposed that help to experience and understand the context and its projection.
The activity is carried out by bus, which will leave Cartagena and visit different points of the Mar Menor throughout the day.
This workshop will be held on June 3 from 10:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m.
For more information and registration can be contacted by email firstname.lastname@example.org
Source: Ayuntamiento de Cartagena