Noemí, the initiator of the Now You See Me Moria collective, has been working with students from the Master in Ephemeral Architecture and Temporary Spaces (MEATS) at the ELISAVA Barcelona School of Design and Engineering. Starting from the Now You See Me Moria Action Kit, an Educational Kit was developed which allows students to deepen their knowledge about migration.

La Casa Encendida, a social and cultural centre in Madrid, was the first organisation to start using the Action Kit in combination with the Educational Kit, developing an educational programme for twenty schools across the Spanish capital. The Educational Kit is currently being translated into English, Dutch, German, Portuguese and Italian. A number of schools have already expressed their interest in making the educational programme a part of their curriculum. Drop us a note, should you or your institution be interested in the educational programme as well.

Now You See Me Moria: viewings, exhibitions, publication
In November, the Now You See Me Moria collective was invited to contribute to the first-ever printed publication of CIRCA, a fold-out roadmap to the future created for the UN climate conference COP26. Departing from the question
‘Where do we go from here?’, the publication will feature original work from leading artists, activists and thinkers.

A Now You See Me Moria exhibition, featuring a video-installation created in collaboration with Dutch sound artist Nick Lapien, opened at Leerstand als Freiraum, a contemporary art space in Pforzheim, Germany, on October 31. The project will travel to the London Migration Film Festival (UK), the Cine Luso Film Festival in Brussels (BE) and the Human Rights Film Festival in Zurich (CH). Further exhibitions will open shortly in Guadalajara (ES) and the Social Service Club in Copenhagen (DK).

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