Creativity and reflection on the sahara inside a haima tent

The hub of this project is the installation Tuiza, created in collaboration with the Reina Sofia Museum by the artist Federico Guzmán. A haima tent made  from melhfas (typical attire of women in the Sahara) dyed at the Sahrawi camps in Bojador, will represent connection, solidarity and empathy. Different  activities will be programmed in the haima, including workshops, conferences, events, debates...

From April to June 2016, Between sands will serve as an  educational gathering point for discussion on subjects such as human rights, the part played by women in constructing peace, colonialism, international cooperation and childhood.