“Why do animals play? Well, why shouldn’t they? The real question is: Why does the existence of action carried out for the sheer pleasure of acting, the exertion of powers for the sheer pleasure of exerting them, strike us as mysterious? What does it tell us about ourselves that we instinctively assume that it is?” David Graeber
Every last Thursday of the month we gather to discuss the Museum of Care’s projects, hold reading groups, invite guests over or throw a party or Carnival.
Because “What’s the Point If We Can’t Have Fun?“
Join us at 20:00 GTM
Meeting ID: 604 596 7588
All of our events, Assemblies and reading groups are now published on the Calendar page.
You are welcome to join!
27 of May, 2021 – We are happy to announce the first curatorial collective of the Museum of Care for June and July 2021 with the topic: EDUCATION AND (ANTI)INSTITUTIONS. The Museum of Care and Critical Studies Department in collaboration with Andris Brinkmanis, Zasha Colah and Archive Milano invites students and independent collectives, activists and established educational initiatives to participate in the discussion.
Starting from this date, the Museum of Care will only host events that are organized with others or by other groups of people. If you have ideas and proposals, please, contact us.
Here are some archives of the past Assemblies, to be updated: