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During the art week in Palma, Mallorca, the Food of War collective didn't just showcase their art; they also delved into education.

Omar Castaneda offered a captivating lecture on the origins and evolution of the Food of War concept.

Meanwhile, Andreina Fuentes, Rafael Arias, and Omar Castaneda led an engaging workshop attended by over 200 students. Their goal was to shed light on the complex issue of immigration—its causes, impacts, and associated policies.

In the workshops, children were encouraged to unleash their creativity. They drew on makeshift rafts, pondered migration through questionnaires, explored family expression through textiles, left their mark on small boat sculptures, and more. These activities served to forge a meaningful connection with the profound topic of migration.


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