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¡Nae Pasaran! the film, at The Showroom, Sheffield

 

In 1974, factory workers in Scotland refused to repair jet engines from the Chilean Air Force in protest against Pinochet’s brutal dictatorship. The workers never found out the scale of their impact. Until now.

The Showroom, Tuesday 18th September at 18.30.
Q&A after the film.


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Detention centres in Chile under Pinochet: free arpillera workshop and exhibition.

 

The exhibition of patchwork “arpilleras” and the  Arpillera  Workshop (Free)*, facilitated by Maria Alicia Salinas Farfan, will take place on Wednesday 5th September from 1.00-3.30pm at The Millennium Gallery (Please, register for the workshop) The arpilleras will be on display throughout the day.

Arpilleras are a traditional form of textile art using “burlap” (disused flour sacks made from cheap cotton) and embroidery techniques to tell a story. Arpilleras were made throughout the dictatorship to record events during the height of the repression. They were smuggled out of Chile and sold to support the families of the disappeared prisoners or those who were detained.

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Chile 45 Years On: Images of the Military Coup, Dictatorship and Exile. Exhibition

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and Exile

 

4th – 11th September 2018

10.30 – 3.30pm

The Millennium Gallery

Sheffield S1 2PP

   

Chilean Exiles and the World University Service (WUS) research project.

Chilean Exiles and the World University Service is a project run by Professor Alison Ribeiro de Menezes and Professor John King to explore the role of UK groups and activists in assisting refugees and exiles after the fall of Allende in 1973. The project will run until spring 2019 in collaboration with the Museum of Memory and Human Rights in Santiago, Chile, and the Modern Records Centre at Warwick.

Through oral interviews, the project aims to compile a record of Chilean exile experiences that will offer insights into the benefits of the WUS program in supporting exiles to continue with their studies, rebuild their lives, settle in the UK or elsewhere, or return to Chile.

“We would like to hear from anyone who benefitted from a WUS scholarship and who would like to contribute their story to our project. We are happy to travel to meet anyone in their hometown, where feasible, of course,” says Professor Ribeiro de Menezes.

If you are interested in contributing to the project, please get in touch with Alison:  [email protected] or  [email protected].

Grenada Revolution: what really happened? Sheffield 19th March

 Public meeting 19th March 2018, Central United Reformed Church, 60 Norfolk St. S1 2JB

Introduction from Chris Searle -Chris worked as an Educational Adviser to Maurice Bishop. 

In the early morning hours of October 25, 1983, the United States invaded the small Caribbean nation of Grenada.

President Maurice Bishop had been assassinated days earlier.

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Un nuevo y certero atentado contra la democracia

Juan Pablo Cárdenas S.18.02.2018 “Explicaciones hay muchas ante la pérdida de una revista tan importante y solvente como Punto Final. Sin embargo, lo que más desalienta es que no exista entre aquellos “chilenos que les ha ido bien”, y siguen profesando (según dicen) las causas del progresismo, un esfuerzo por salvar a esta revista, pero también proponerse entregar recursos que alimenten la diversidad informativa”.

El director de la Revista Punto Final ha anunciado el inminente cierre de su publicación. Problemas financieros serían la causa de que se apague una publicación de más de 50 años de existencia y que ha representado con lucidez la visión del progresismo o de la izquierda en nuestro país.

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Symposium: Contextualising the Chilean Mural at Leeds University Union

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Y Habrá Trabajo Para Todos… And there will be work for all

Pyramid Theatre, Leeds University Union

Friday 16 February 2018

13.00 to 18.00

FREE

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In 1976, a group of Chileans in exile painted a mural on a student common room wall in the Leeds University Union building. Later hidden behind a temporary ceiling and kitchen wall, the mural was finally uncovered in 2017.

To mark the restoration and interpretation of the mural, this symposium will examine the different visual and political contexts within which we can situate the LUU Chilean mural. Invited academics and arts professionals will present a series of examples which explore the politics and poetics of public art, politics and murals in Chilean, South American and other global contexts.

Booking is essential as places are limited. To book your place [email protected]

For more information, visit: www.fine-art.leeds.ac.uk/events/Chilean-mural-symposium

ProgrammeChilean Mural Symposium Booklet

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