ArtsEverywhere is aligned with several experimental pedagogies and related projects. Methodologies, practices, and documentation of these projects are collected here. To read additional writing on pedagogies, have a look at the Inquiries.

Ballroom Freedom School

Ballroom: The Trans Sounds of Black Freedom

Michael Roberson, New York City, United States 

In order for us as poor and oppressed people to become a part of a society that is meaningful, the system under which we now exist has to be radically changed. This means that we are going to have to...

Free Home University

We ALL Hurt

Crystal Smith, Salish Territory 

In the Autumn of 2016, Musagetes collaborated with Alessandra Pomarico and a number of community partners in Vancouver to host Italian actor, director, and teacher Ippolito Chiarello at Simon Fraser University’s theatre school. Ippolito’s experience with what he calls “homeless theatre” — an intimate street performance that actively engages passersby...

Radical Pedagogy is NOT

Alessandra Pomarico, New York City, United States / Lecce, Italy 
N.O. aka Aliosha Pantalone, Saint Petersburg, Russia 

Part one: To no list Foreword by Alessandra Pomarico (inspired by many). It was a real struggle to define, in a 10 minute text, “the partisan No” that originates and informs the experience of Free Home University—an ongoing, experimental, open-ended pedagogical process—while being immersed in one of our sessions: 25...

Really Useful Knowledge

What, How & for Whom, Zagreb, Croatia 

The following text originally appeared in the catalogue published on the occasion of the exhibition Really Useful Knowledge, curated by What, How & for Whom/WHW and organized and produced by the Museo Nacional Centro De Arte Contemporanea Reina SofĂ­a. The catalogue offers a further occasion to the contributing artists to...

Insurgent Learning and Convivial Research: Universidad de la Tierra, Califas

Manuel Callahan, San JosĂ©, United States 

Insurgent Learning and Convivial Research: Universidad de la Tierra, Califas[1] Knowledge production has increasingly become central to emancipatory projects. More and more people in struggle recognize the importance of learning and research as an essential part of movement and also an essential part of those moments of the future in...