Indigenous Exchange and Climate Action

The heart of this work is in the Indigenous Territories of the Brazilian Amazon region. We support cultural exchange between Indigenous and non-Indigenous artists, activists and academics.

Our collaborations have taken us to Venice Biennale 2021, Glasgow Science Centre, Tate Modern, Horniman Museum and Museum of Tomorrow. And renowned Indigenous Research Methods seminars, led by PPP, have connected academics across the globe.

Kamukuwaká VR: Visiting a Sacred Cave

Giving the Wauja Indigenous people the experience of visiting their most sacred Xingu through virtual reality.

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Xingu Encounter

Promoting a cultural exchange programme between Indigenous and non-Indigenous artists through residencies in the Xingu Indigenous Territory in Brazil and the UK.

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The 1st Brazil Indigenous Film Festival UK

Raising voices for Indigenous rights through the UK’s first Indigenous Brazilian film festival held at the ICA and available online.

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Indigenous Research Methods

Between 2019 and 2021 , People’s Palace Projects has hosted a programme of events on Indigenous engagement in research partnerships and knowledge mobilisation, on behalf of the Arts and Humanities Research Council (AHRC) and the Economic and Social Research Council (ESRC).

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