An interview with professor and popular educator Deborah Barndt about the book ¡VIVA! Community Arts and Popular Education in the Americas (edited by Barndt).
¡VIVA! presents examples from community arts projects in five countries, and is the product of a five-year transnational research project that integrates place, politics, passion, and praxis.
Matthew Adams from Between the Lines books interviews Deb about the history of the project, the challenges they faced working across culture, privilege and place and the offer of critical hope that emerged from the VIVA project.
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