Kachina dolls

The Kachina or Katsina dolls (in the local designation) are wooden figures created by the Hopi people, a Native American community that inhabits northeastern Arizona. But Kachina are also supernatural beings, and the dolls are precisely their incorporation. The dolls are offered to the girls and brides and serve to teach them about the different

The Community Museum

The Community Museum was a project whose aim was to build a temporary museum exhibiting only objects borrowed by the inhabitants of the neighbourhood where the project was taking place: the Vila Chã square, in the city of Porto. The purpose was to stimulate a debate around the concepts of heritage, identity and representation on