Temporary Pleasure Workshop in Barcelona: What Makes a Club?

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Taking place in Barcelona, Spain, from the 8th of November till the 12th of November, Temporary Pleasure together with FUTCH host a week of lectures, design labs, and building workshops enabling local scenes to co-create community-based club spaces.

Temporary Pleasure is a collective of architects, event producers, and club creatives generating new ways to imagine, build, and use the club – together. In alliance with FUTCH club™, they aim to facilitate the platforming and realisation of local needs. They also hope that by making space for people to work together like this, They can cross-pollinate skills and perspectives, creating opportunities for community-building beyond the club.

FUTCH emerged during COVID-19 lockdowns as an open alliance between bodies that wanted and needed a space in which not only be ‘included’, but decide everything. They are a collective experiment sharing connections, support and resources through not only parties and performances but exhibitions, coffees, talks, workshops, books, debates and more.

They are community-owned, transparent and consent-based, and strive to maintain a spot where queerness from any age and background can hang safely anytime of the day. As a non-profit they support trans, les(bi)an, migrant and local artists and activists via mutual aid, not charity.

The workshop is now fully booked however it is possible to attend the wrap-up event where you can hear the results and see the installations created during the week on the 13th of November. You can pay what you can with 3 ticket options: €5, €10, €15 so the event can be available to a wider audience.
Your contribution will help them pay their artists fairly, cover production costs, and help cover for people who otherwise could not come.
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More information at https://www.temporary-pleasure.com/